Oh thy king of majesty!In all thy glory I sing to theepraise praise be to thee I have victory in theeWith fires of love you branded menow my lips sing praise to thee.A wretched heart of stone was meThy grace and love now set me freeIn Christ alone VICTORY!! never I but christ in me.Oh what joy to thy fatherIn thy glory in all thy honor.Love so divine and sweet kiss of favournot in I but Christ in I and only Christ and never I shall bring such honor to thy God.Oh thy king thy king of majesty!!Praise praise be to thee in Christ I gain thy Victory.
AMEN! Did that come right out of your heart? Very true and encouraging! Thanks so much for sharing.
Hello there.I would like to post a very old hymn from the 1860's about our Savior, on His way to Calvary on an April evening, at the time of Passover, 2000 years ago. I think that most Christians of today would find little meaning in this song. However, in the late 19th Century it was very, very popular and provided deep meaning to the body of Christ. All in the April evening April airs were abroad; The sheep with their little lambs Passed me by on the road. The sheep with their little lambs Passed me by on the road; All in the April evening I thought on the Lamb of God. The lambs were weary and crying With a weak, human cry. I thought on the Lamb of God Going meekly to die. Up in the blue, blue mountains Dewy pastures are sweet; Rest for the little bodies, Rest for the little feet. But for the Lamb of God, Up on the hill-top green, Only a cross of shame Two stark crosses between. All in the April evening, April airs were abroad; I saw the sheep with their lambs, And thought on the Lamb of God. Rejoicing in Jesus!QuestforGod