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Full Release

Discussion in 'Thoughts for Today' started by SueJLove, Aug 23, 2015.

  1. On the morning of 4/15/12, the pastor of the church fellowship we attended preached a sermon on the subject of moving from our initial commitment to Jesus Christ, in inviting him into our hearts and lives to be our Savior and Lord, to becoming fully committed followers of Jesus Christ, being willing to die for our testimony for Jesus Christ, and for the truth of the gospel. Although I did not see the connection between this song and the sermon when the Lord gave me the lyrics the day before, the more I read or sang through them, the more I saw the connection. Many people come to faith in Jesus Christ, but don’t understand what it means to be fully devoted to Christ, until someone explains to them the cost, the joy, and the blessings of walking daily in fellowship and obedience to Jesus Christ.

    Full Release / An Original Work / April 15, 2012

    Walking daily with my Savior
    brings me joy.
    Loving Father; precious Jesus;
    He’s my Savior and my Lord.
    Gently leads me; follow Him.
    I’ve invited Him within.
    Now abiding in His presence,
    oh, what peace.
    From my self-life
    He has brought me,
    By His mercy, full release.

    Hope and comfort,
    peace and safety Jesus brings
    When I daily bow before Him;
    Obey freely; do His will.
    Follow Him where’er He leads.
    Listen to Him; His words heed.
    Now obeying his words fully,
    oh, what love
    That He gives me
    through salvation,
    By His Spirit, from above.

    Loving Father; precious Jesus,
    He’s my friend.
    With my Savior, by His Spirit,
    I will endure to the end.
    Share the gospel, tell what’s true.
    Witness daily; His will do.
    Tell the world of how their Savior
    bled and died.
    On a cruel cross He suffered
    So that we might be alive.

     

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