Word & Worship NEW YEARS- Heart Abandoned

Today we take time to reflect on a precious verse and a beautiful song.   We call it Word & Worship.


A heart fully committed to God is a heart abandoned of self and worldly desires.

“The eyes of the Lord search the whole earth in order to strengthen those whose hearts are fully committed to him.”  ‭‭2 Chronicles‬ ‭16:9‬ ‭NLT‬‬

Tomorrow begins a brand new year; a chance for new beginnings, do-overs and fresh starts.  Many will make resolutions, some small and silly, some huge and serious.  Either way, the goal is to be committed to change life as we’ve known it for something better and more fulfilling.  But there is only one commitment in which life fulfilled can be found, and that’s a life completely committed to the Lord.  In this one commitment can be found the answers and strength to follow through on every other resolution we could make.  Because God gives us the ability to overcome any obstacle if we first invite Him to do life with us in every area.  

So what if tomorrow, you start the year off with the one resolution that will literally change your life? The resolution to give God all you have, so He can give you all He has for you?

OUR WORSHIP for TODAY:  Heart Abandoned – Kristian Stanfill

As we step into 2018, let us do so with intionality and relentless pursuit of our Father; giving Him the best of ourselves and worshipping with a heart abandoned.  Whether you’ve never committed your life to Him and you want to now, or perhaps you know you need to recommit, there’s never been a better time to do so, than this moment.  What better way to start the new year, but by giving God all of you on the first day of a new beginning?  We pray blessings on you and declare in the name of Jesus that 2018 will be your best year ever!

God give me a heart abandoned
Ever after You alone
Gold and silver, You can take it
All I want is You my Lord
You can have my soul
Just like Jericho
Come and tear down my walls
I am in Your hands
You are the Promised Land
You are the King of my heart
To You, my eyes are lifting
To You, my prayer is rising up
You captured my attention
Consume me

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