Truly Amazing, how the chains fell, how the chains broke. Yes, the chains are gone, gone, gone. My soul heard them fall, how sweet the sound. Grace, it was Your love; just Your love, that saved a wretch like me. How Amazing, that You still forgave; whenever I let You down. To this day, Your love never once come close; Your love has never once broken my heart, and that’s simply Amazing. How utterly precious You are, how profound Your love has touched my heart. How truly, how deeply; how Amazing, Your love has been to me. Grace, I once was lost; but never to be again. For now I can be found, wrapped up within Your sweet embrace. I once could see, but now I’m absolutely blind. Never again to see with my eyes, it’s my heart that truly knows; when I’m in Your presence!
Grace, it’s You; it’s You that taught my heart, what it is to truly feel. Within the Quietness, within the stillness of my soul. Where my fears were relieved, where Your love stirs my soul. Oh how, I love You so. Your love truly has my every breath, Breathless; how You always seem to find me. So, how can I truly say it any other way; without You, there is no me! How gracious You are, how beloved You have become. The very moment Grace appeared, was the hour my heart first believe; that Grace would die for me. That was the moment, the moment the chains were no more; a heart forever set free!
My God, my Savoir; King of my heart, how You ransomed me. How Your love blows my mind, oh how it stills my soul; and will forever move my heart. Grace, I don’t have to say it; You already know it. You know how much my heart, is in love with You. Your love, heavenly; a love so Amazing. How, how can my heart ever Thank You; for my Amazing Grace? A love like a flood, a love that gives so much mercy; never ending love. A love that will forever reign, within my heart and soul. Deep within my bones, my dear Grace; Your love will be, the song within my soul. Why my love will forever say; Grace, you’re truly Amazing!
Amazing Grace, is a Christian hymn; published in 1779, with words written by the English poet and Anglican clergyman; John Newton (1725–1807). One of my favorite versions, is by Chris Tomlin.
Good Friday is a week away, you probably have noticed that I’ve been focusing each of the last few post on Easter, and what this time is truly meant to encompass. I hope this post, and upcoming ones will be a blessing!