In the morning when I rise…

Give me Jesus. I discovered this song at our church in Waco.  It was an old school, beautiful version of the song. We just sang it with honesty with the wonderful Kurt Kaiser at the piano. Sometimes I wonder if I can really sing it. This world makes some pretty good offers.

How can I really count them nothing for Christ? Does this include people? What are you called to sacrifice? Is it really a sacrifice? Do I know what is good? I love what God created. It is good. Amen. But what would I see in it or in you without the reflecting love of the Creator?

At the end of the day or at the beginning,  I think I just have to speak it out in the midst of doubt. Isn’t this the definition of faith?

 You may have all this world. But give me Jesus.

More Multitudes:

14.This new version of the song:  http://www.jango.com/music/Jeremy+Camp?l=0

15. Listening to Mom snore while sleeping at the hospital with her

16. Tears raining down

17. Loud conversations with God

18. Blood tranfusions

19. Daughter #3 breaking her fever

20. Science fair projects coming together

21. Chocolate chip cookies and Cokes

22. Phone calls, email, texts, facebook messages of prayer, love, strength

23. No homework for the week!

24. Psalms 46

25. Looking for the “Go” from God in our small group study

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One thought on “In the morning when I rise…

  1. I’m here from Ann’s – and it’s Thursday – but you know how many there were to get through – and I love reading them. It just took me this long to get to yours. And yes, “speak it out in the midst of doubt.” is one of the better definitions of faith I’ve heard.

    My fave from the list by the way – 22. Phone calls, email, texts, facebook messages of prayer, love, strength (because we can’t make it alone – I’ve only recently learned this – finally – Christianity has always been about community){smile}

    Your list was contagious, and I’m more thankful for having read it.

    God Bless and Keep you and yours

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