Saturday, April 12, 2014

K is for King



There is a praise song I love to think on and I sing it all the time:

Amazing love, how can it be?
That you, my king. would die for me
Amazing love, I know it's true
Its my joy to honor you
Amazing love how can it be?
That my king would die for me
Amazing love I know it's true
Its my joy to honor you
In all I do
I honor you


It's so unbelievable - all authority in heaven and earth has been given to Him and yet He knows all about each of us.  He even knows the number of hairs on our head.

This is the season in which we honor the sacrifice of Jesus who laid His life for each one willing to accept His incredible gift.  Let us not forget that He died, but even more amazing, He raised Himself by His own power resurrecting Himself to walk in an indestructible immortal body.

If you want to change your ways and live for Him, you can be guaranteed an immortal body also.

Would you like to know more?  Study 1 Corinthians 15 - read it all the way to the end.  You'll be blessed!



I've embedded a youtube video of Chris Tomlin singing Amazing Love; You Are My King.



Enjoy!







This post was written in community with the April A-Z blogging challenge.  To read others' work, go here.

6 comments:

betty said...

I too am amazed that Jesus would die for me. That is him, amazing!

I like this song; as well as a lot of others by Chris Tomlin; God has given him an incredible talent at writing praise music :)

enjoy your Sunday tomorrow!

betty

The Brown Recluse said...

When I think about that love I can't explain nor understand, it's a little overwhelming. Great post...beautiful reminder.

Faith said...

amen...that song always brings me to a place of true adoration!! thanks for posting the video, too!

RETA said...

Beautiful! Thank you for writing. RETA@ http://evenhaazer.blogspot.com

Chuck Allen said...

I love that song too. A few years back my wife bought me a shadow box for my office that includes some words close to that. Every time I look at it, that song comes to mind. And, it truly is amazing.

Stephanie Faris said...

I wonder how many people remember the true reason for Easter--not Cadbury, that's for sure!