Just one word

One word isn’t much is it? Do you think you can truly understand how someone really feels or a message they are trying to convey to you if they only say one word to you?

Maybe those we know best are able to convey their true feelings or emotions to us in just one word, but I’d suggest that for most people it would be hard to fully understand them by saying just one word.

God knows each one of us by our name. That fact on it’s own tells me that God knows us well, who else can possible remember every single person on earth’s name!

Because he holds fast to me in love, I will deliver him; I will protect him, because he knows my name.

Psalm 91:14 (ESV)

God’s words can bring meaning to a life without purpose, future to a life with no hope, healing from a life of pain and despair.

Let God’s words reinvigorate your life today.

When You breathe a spark of light into the void
The shadows ran away from Your voice
In the darkness now, I'm falling to my knees
Will You speak that same voice to me?

From emptiness, You speak life
Defeating fear, everytime

I hear Your voice, it whispers my name
And all at once, You quiet my pain
If Your voice lit the sun, and night was overcome
You can speak and light up my world, with just one word

At Your voice, the blind begin to see
And the lame can walk, the captives are set free
A hardened heart can finally start to feel
Will You speak that same voice to me?

From ashes, Lord, You make beauty
You make me new when You speak to me

I hear Your voice, it whispers my name
And all at once, You quiet my pain
If Your voice lit the sun, and night was overcome
You can speak and light up my world, with just one word

The stone rolled away
With just one word
You conquered the grave
Cause when You speak
The dead are raised
So here I am
On my face

I hear Your voice, it whispers my name
And all at once, You quiet my pain
If Your voice lit the sun, and night was overcome
You can speak and light up my world, with just one word

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