by Matt Brown O Word of Life who breathed into dustPronounced me guilty and sentenced to deathYet in love you promised to crush his headOn the cross your justice and mercy metYou drew with love and destroyed my prideYou quickened my spirit, now I am aliveAnd I worship youAs I wait for youI enter your […]
This beautiful hymn by Anne Steele (1717-1778) was originally published as a poem in 1760. Since then, it was been set to music and published in nearly 350 hymnals. Anne Steele was the daughter of a Baptist pastor, and she lived a difficult life (for more, click here). This hymn captures both the reality of […]
John Newton wrote the hymn “I Asked the Lord” in 1779. Its powerful verses remind us that God, indeed, works all things for the good of those who love him. William Cowper once wrote, similarly, “Behind a frowning providence, he hides a smiling face.” And so he does. Consider Newton’s encouraging and challenging lyrics: I […]
“Why Would He Do This For Us?” is a Christmas poem by Dr. Micah Carter. This poem explores the humble conditions of Jesus’s birth, yet his true glory through the cross and resurrection.
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