I love my freedom, it is my human right Nobody can take it from me – they mutter This attitude to life resonates “It does not matter” Bringing in its wake much piercings and hurt
The human will though a beauty to behold, Allows us to be who we want to be unperturbed And to do what we want to do- undisturbed Left unchecked, wounds multitudes untold
Truly, the world is filled with so many evils Emanating from some freedom gone wild Evils perpetrated by men of consciences-seared Leaves behind so much sorrow and ills
Over 2000 years ago, someone thought of himself less King of kings and Lord of all came visiting, cloaked in humility Left his domain, came to our wicked world proclaiming liberty Freedom from sin, replaced with dominion previously lost
When I placed my faith in Jesus, he gave me power over sin His will now reigns supreme above my freedom- so cherished Now I can say yes to my father’s revealed will – as my savior did Making my world safer, brighter than it had earlier been
What kind of love is this? Can someone please tell me? What kind of love is this? I simply do not know For a man to lay down his life For the sins of every one For a man to suffer so For what he did not do What kind of love is this? Can someone please tell me? What kind of love is this? I simply do not know I will call it divine love… Oh Yes, I will call it divine love!
What kind of love is this? Can someone please tell me? What kind of love is this? I simply do not know For a king to leave his throne To come to this wicked world For a Lord to come down low To save mere mortal men What kind of love is this? Can someone please tell me? What kind of love is this? I simply do not know I will call is Agape love… Oh yes, I will call it agape love!
He came not for the righteous preachers but forsook the glory to save lost sinners from destruction of the night into God’s marvelous light “…they that be whole need not a physician but they that are sick.”
He came not to condemn but here to usher you into a new realm of love that’s more sacrificial than a dove “for when we were still sinners Christ died for us..”
He came for reconciliation of men to their God not for humiliation of men by the Lord “…for I am come not to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance.” then He taught them to live in true obedience.
Don’t be deceived: He offered us liberty to be law-free. He gave us grace to be performers of His holy scene not as a licence to sin. “For sin shall not have dominion over you: for ye are not under the law, but under grace.”
Don’t be decieved! Christ is here calling you to believe inviting you to live. leave fear, “Come“, Love says.