A Sunday Song – Hold Me Jesus

Well sometimes my life just don’t make sense at all
When the mountains look so big
And my faith just seems so small

So hold me Jesus ’cause I’m shaking like a leaf
You have been King of my glory
Won’t You be my Prince of Peace

And I wake up in the night and feel the dark
It’s so hot inside my soul
I swear there must be blisters on my heart

So hold me Jesus ’cause I’m shaking like a leaf
You have been King of my glory
Won’t You be my Prince of Peace

Surrender don’t come natural to me
I’d rather fight You for something I don’t really want
Than to take what You give that I need
And I’ve beat my head against so many walls
Now I’m falling down I’m falling on my knees

And this Salvation Army band is playing this hymn
And Your grace rings out so deep
It makes my resistance seem so thin

I’m singing hold me Jesus ’cause I’m shaking like a leaf
You have been King of my glory
Won’t You be my Prince of Peace

You have been King of my glory
Won’t You be my Prince of Peace

~ Rich Mullins

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I had chosen a different Sunday Song, but changed to Hold Me Jesus because so many that I love are in the eye of the storm. Some are in the path of Hurricane Irene, some are dealing with the heartbreaking storms of Alzheimer’s, broken hips, broken promises and broken hearts. He is your King of glory – you evidence that every day. May He also be your Prince of Peace. This song is dedicated to my dear friends who need holding right now. I love you.

Author: Debbie

A former counselor and public speaker, I'm grateful for many, many things - God's grace most of all!

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