By Yang Laidi I’m Yang Laidi, sixty-two years old this year. In 1985, because my husband had health problems, our […]
Jesus I Need You – Hillsong Worship
I Need You – Hillsong Worship
Jesus I need You
Every moment I need You
Hear now this grace bought heart sing out
Your praise forever
I need You, the. It is You who show us great grace, mercy and love. You love the world more than Yourself, and You would rather be crucified to redeem all mankind. Only Your love for us is real. I will praise You forever.
“Jesus I Need You”, this song sings out numerous Christians’ praise and eagerness to the Lord Jesus, as well as my heart’s voice. The Lord Jesus is the rock to forever shield us. He has never left but will always stand beside us. Just as David’s Psalms says, “The LORD is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer; my God, my strength, in whom I will trust; my buckler, and the horn of my salvation, and my high tower.” (Psalms 18:2)
It is recorded in thethat at the end of the Age of Law, Jewish people didn’t hold to the laws, while offering improper sacrifices and committing sins were commonplace. If this went on, people would be condemned and executed according to the law. In this case, the incarnate Lord Jesus came to work on earth. He walked among men, preached the kingdom , and brought the way of repentance. God says, “So after the Lord Jesus had experienced and witnessed men’s lives in sin, there was an intense desire that manifested in His heart—to allow humans to rid themselves of their lives of struggling in sin. This desire made Him feel more and more that He must go to the cross and take on humanity’s sins as soon as possible, as quickly as possible. These were the thoughts of the Lord Jesus at that time, after He had lived with people and seen, heard, and felt the misery of their lives in sin”. When the Lord Jesus lived with men, He wouldn’t like to see that the mankind still lived in sin and condemned by the law. Instead, He was eager to dedicate Himself to take on humanity’s sins. Though praying in agony in the Garden of Gethsemane, He still determined to leave for Jerusalem where He would be nailed to the cross as a sin offering without caring about Himself. We can experience God’s supreme love and salvation to us. Thinking about ourselves, the most we consider is the interests of ourselves and our families, the better will consider his relatives’ and friends’. On the contrary, the Lord Jesus, incarnate God, always considered mankind’s survival. He was willing to be nailed to the cross as a forever sin offering so that we can enjoy His abundant grace. This is a part of God’s work of salvation, which represents God’s most sincere and practical love to us.
If you are willing to understand more about God’s will of salvation, please click on:
A Clue Runs Throughout the Bible
Man Can Only Be Saved Amidst the Management of God
You’re welcome to share with us about the Lord Jesus’s love and care to us via the online chat window at the bottom of the website.