Saturday, July 25, 2009

His Name Is Jesus

This is one of my favorite Third Day Songs. I don't think they make bad ones, but this one is GOOD. I dare you to read the words (I wish I could post the song but I don't know how, and it wouldn't load anyway...) and not worship. It's unreal. Joanna was talking about worship on her blog (and maybe at my house?) but it got me thinking. I haven't been doing any studies this week. I haven't been in the Word, I haven't been listening to much music, which ALWAYS changes my mood. ALWAYS. I can't listen to my favorite Christian music and NOT be moved. Just can't.

SO. I am going to listen to music every day. Even if it's one song. My eyes have been really bad, but I'll figure it out. Maybe I'll just have to wear my eye patch while I study. So it takes longer. I need to do it. God needs me to do it. The Prednisone has REALLY thrown me off...

The hardest part (well it's a tie) is the food cravings and bizarre hunger, and the moods. Joanna (what would I do without her?) told me about Evening Primrose Oil, and it does help with the moods. I go to the neuro for a follow-up on Friday the 31st, and can start weaning down then. It will probably be about 4 months before I get back to where I was. BUT WE WILL GET THERE!

Anyway...read these words...if you know the song, sing it in your head or out loud or play it on your stereo. Just let it sink it.

"Who is this King of Glory?
Persues me with His love
And holds with each hearing
of His softly spoken words.
My conscience a reminder
Of forgiveness that I need,
Who is this King of Glory,
Who offers it to me?

Who is this King of Angels
This blessed Prince of Peace?
Revealing things of heaven
And all its mysteries.
My spirit ever longing
For His grace in which to stand,
Who is this King of Glory,
Son of God and Son of Man?

His name is Jesus,
Precious Jesus.
Lord Almighty,
King of my heart,
King of Glory!

Who is this King of Glory
With strength and majesty
And wisdom beyond measure?
Gracious King of Kings,
The Lord of earth and heaven,
The Creator of all things,
He is the King of Glory,
and He's everything to me!

His name is Jesus,
Precious Jesus.
Lord Almighty,
King of my heart,
King of glory!

The Lord of earth and heaven,
The Creator of all things,
He is the King of Glory
He's everything to me!

His name is Jesus,
Precious Jesus.
The Lord Almighty.
King of my heart,
King of Glory!

The King of my heart
King of Glory

2 comments:

Ashley said...

Love the new look. Beautiful words. Thanks for sharing and the reminder to worship.

I took prednisone for two weeks when I had a knee injury. I didn't have cravings, I just felt ravenous all the time. I would even wake up in the middle of the night to eat. It was ridiculous.

Kerri said...

Ashley, it IS ridiculous! Ravenous is a great word!