13 January 2013

Sunday Morning Praise

Jesus Paid It All


  1. What a glorious hymn! Beautifully done by Ortega. Worship truly fitting for the King of Kings.

    Isaiah 1:18
    "Come now, and let us reason together," Says the LORD, "Though your sins are as scarlet, They will be as white as snow..."

    Psalm 51:7
    ...Wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow.

    Erin, PS - a few posts back, during the discussion of that group Jesus Culture, I made mention that the repetitive songs where I worship were driving me nuts. Turns out, (at least) one of those vacuous songs, unbeknownst to me, is from that group JC. I had no idea who they were at the time you wrote that blog post... and now that I know what their music is like, I have no desire to hear any more. Thanks for the heads up, and keeping the saints informed.


    1. Blessed is He who saved us, called us according to His name, will and great mercy. Blessed and joyful are we who name Him Saviour, Master and Lord. All praise and glory to God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. The Lord our God is One.

  2. Oh praise the One who paid my debt and raised this life up from the dead!
    Nothing can I do to earn this grace to salvation. Jesus, paid it all! I was dead in my trespasses and sins and Jesus died, was buried and rose again for my sin, nothing but His blood can atone. The perfect spotless Lamb. He is sufficient, ALL suffcient! His Word is all the revelation we need, His word is suffcient - he "speaks" to me through His written word!
    I so love the lyrics to this hymn. So thankful it is a regular at the church I am a part of - Passion City Church.
    Thank you for sharing.

    1. Hi there, glad to hear you are feasting on the written word of God, and that you believe the Bible is sufficient for you!

      I did notice though that you mentioned you attend "Passion City Church". If this Passion City Church you mention is the one pastored by Louie Giglio, I pray you would be a Berean and carefully examine against Scripture what is going on under the auspices of his Passion Conferences. Erin's previous posts addressed some rather alarming concerns.



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