Someone sent this to me a few months ago. Isaac Watts it aint!
Isn't it ironic that this song was sung after a song entitled, "Jehovah Reigns"?
Definitely ironic. Jehovah Reigns except over His creatures. He will get His will done so long as it doesn't conflict with man's will.
I've always wondered who wrote the music for the whippoorwills! "Only willing love is worth the price?" Do people really believe that their willing love is worth the price of the shed blood of Jesus Christ, the Son of the Living God? Todd, if you're interested I've worked up a few hymns and am prepared to lead them Sunday morning...I learned them from listening to this quartet's Myspace...I know you're excited...settle down...here are the titles:--Amazing Choice--Pillow of Ages, Fluffed for Me--I Surrender Some--Take My Life and Let Me Be--Where He Leads Me, I Will Consider Following--Blest Be the Tie That Doesn't Cramp My StyleWhat do you think? Do I have the green light?
I wonder what people think heaven will be like. There will be no sin. There will be no opposition to God. There will be no sinful inclination. God will drive that from our broken and fallen will once and for all. Does that mean we won't be free in heaven? Since there will be no power to rebell against God does that mean we won't really love Him? Personally, I long for the day when God will finally drive from my sinful will all that is contrary to Him.
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