All posts tagged: Lyric Theology

This Week: Let them see you in me

With every breath I breathe I sing a simple melody But I pray they’ll hear more than a song Lyric/Prayer Take away the melodies Take away the songs I sing Take away all the lights And all the songs You let me write Does the man I am today Say the words You need to say? Let them see You in me Let them hear You when I speak Let them feel You when I sing Let them see You This is my prayer this week – that I will decrease and Christ will increase in me. That His light may shine through me. So that it is no longer I, but Christ living in me.


There you go again… you did it. You promised God that it will never happen again. But there you go again… dealing, sniffing, lusting, gossiping. You told yourself it was all over. But there you go again… angry, grumpy envious, sensual. You have fallen. Well, it is not okay, but it’s okay. “Failure is not falling down but refusing to get up.” So get up! Commit again… Try again… Quote: Chinese Proverb Video: Trip, born William Lee Barefield III


What a Day that will be I first heard this hymn in 1991, just around the time I gave my heart to the Lord. My spiritual father cranked up his Korg and with veins popping and tears flowing down his cheeks began to sing this song – boy, it was heavenly, it was beautiful, and from that day I was hooked. This is one of my favorite hymns. Written By James Hill/ 20th Century/ Hymns of Glorious Praise/ Page 252 Verse 1 There is coming a day when no heart-aches shall come, No more clouds in the sky, no more tears to dim the eye; All is peace forevermore on that happy golden shore – what a day a glorious day that will be. Chorus: What a day that will be when my Jesus I shall see when I look upon His face the One who saved me by His grace when he takes me by the hand and leads me through the promise land – what a day, a glorious day that will be. Verse 2 …