Nothing significant to say, so I’ll just reflect, Thank you for Loving Me

Yesterday was Palm Sunday and it’s significant for those who go to church. I’ve backslidden from church attendance, I’m worse than those twice a year Christians. (Y’know, the ones who go on Easter and Christmas). I didn’t attend Christmas services whatsoever, and Easter celebrations are way too crowded for me.

I get irritated by crowds in pastel colored clothing and hugs of strangers. It’s creepy.  (yes, I have issues).

But it is significant enough for me to still acknowledge the importance of Jesus Christ in my life, and I am grateful to have him be my Lord and Savior.

Once particular song that I love is by Tommy Walker, “Thank you for Loving Me.” And it simply states how I feel about my God, each and everyday, whether I go to church or not.

What love the Father has lavished on us
That we should be called His sons and daughters
Precious in His sight
Greater love this world had never seen
When He hung on that tree
O why would He do such a thing
For dirty sinners like you and me?

Chorus:
O God thank You for loving me
When on the cross You made history
Lord You died for me
Forever my praise will go to Thee
O God thank You for choosing me
To be Your child and bear Your name
O Jesus I will never cease to sing Your praise

Verse 2:
Your love is patient and humble and kind
It’s greater than all my sin
It always protects and trusts and hopes
And will have no end
It’s Your love that lifted me up from the depths
Set my feet on a solid rock
With a firm place to stand
Lord I always will trust in Your loving hand

Bridge:
How wide how long
How high how deep
How endless is Your love for me
How wide how long
How high how deep
How endless is Your love for me

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