Friday, August 10, 2012

Mercies Anew: A Song for the Intellect and the Spirit


Wade Burleson said...

I personally don't like the tag "sovereign" grace because of the cultural junk that comes with the nomenclature. I would much prefer His Grace. :)

Johnny D. said...

Very nice, Wade. I'll be adding that to my youtube faves. Thank you for bringing it to my attention.

Ramesh said...

Mercies Anew

Every morning that breaks there are mercies anew.
Every breath that I take is Your faithfulness proved,
And at the end of each day, when my labors are through,
I will sing of Your mercies anew

When I've fallen and strayed, there were mercies anew.
For you sought me in love and my heart you pursued.
In the face of my sin, Lord, You never withdrew.
So I sing of Your mercies anew.

And Your mercies they will never end;
For ten thousand years they remain.
And when this world's beauty has passed away,
Your mercies will be unchanged.

And when the storms swirl and rage, there are mercies anew.
In affliction and pain, You will carry me through.
And at the end of my days, when your throne fills my view,
I will sing of Your mercies anew.
I will sing of Your mercies anew.

Rex Ray said...

Thy Peace,
Thanks for the wonderful words.

When I heard the song, “mercies” is about the only word I understood.