Phil Wickham – This Is Amazing Grace

Phil Wickham – This Is Amazing Grace

This is amazing grace
This is unfailing love
That You would take my place
That You would bear my cross
You lay down Your life
That I would be set free
Oh, Jesus, I sing for
All that You’ve done for me

Written by Jeremy Riddle, Josh Farro, Phil Wickham • Copyright © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc, Music Services, Inc

Lord Jesus, You have suffered all humiliations for us. You come down among man, and even give up Your own life to redeem us. Lord Jesus, I thank and praise You.

Many believers have the same feeling as me: Although my sins are forgiven by the Lord, I often live in the cycle of committing sins and confessing them. I feel extremely painful, and want to get rid of this life and the bondage of sin very much. Until one day, I saw an article: Experience of a 19-Year-Old Girl—Finding the Way to Be Free From Sin, I found the way to be free from sin. I would like to share this article with more believers who have the same confusion like me. I hope it is helpful to you.

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Find the Second Coming of Jesus Christ - Let’s discover the mystery of the Lord’s second coming, watch and prepare for it, then welcome the returned Lord Jesus Christ.

Dear brothers and sisters, if you have any understanding or enlightenment from God, welcome to share with us via:1. The online chat window at the bottom of the website. 2. Send an email to [email protected].We sincerely hope we’ll grow spiritually through sharing with each other.

Find the Shepherd
Find the Second Coming of Jesus Christ - Let’s discover the mystery of the Lord’s second coming, watch and prepare for it, then welcome the returned Lord Jesus Christ.

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