Kneel At The Cross!
Kneel at the cross, Christ will meet you there! Come while He waits for you!
List to His voice! leave with Him your care And be made like new
Kneel at the cross, leave your every care! Kneel at the cross, kneel at the cross! Jesus will meet you there!
Kneel at the cross, there is room for all. Who will His glory share?
List there away, you can nary fall Those who are anchored there
Kneel at the cross; leave your every care Kneel at the cross, Jesus will meet you there
Kneel at the cross, give your idols up Look unto realms above!
Turn not away to a sparkling cause Trust only in His love.
Kneel at the cross, kneel at the cross! Kneel at the cross! Jesus will meet you there.
Since we, God’s children, are human beings–made of flesh and blood– He became flesh and blood too by
being born in human form, for only as a human being could He die and in dying break the power of the
devil who had the power of death. Only in that way could He deliver those who through fear of death
have been living all their lives as slaves to constant dread. We all know He did not come as an angel but
as a human being– yes as a Jew. And it was necessary for Jesus to be like us, His brothers, so that He
could be our merciful and faithful High Priest before God, a Priest who could be both merciful to us and
faithful to God in dealing with the sins of the people. For since He Himself has now been through
suffering and temptation, He knows what it is like when we suffer and are tempted, and He is wonderfully
able to help us. Therefore, dear Brothers whom God has set apart for Himself—you who are chosen for
Heaven– I want you to think now about this Jesus who is God’s Messenger and the High Priest of our
faith. For Jesus was faithful to God who appointed Him High Priest Hebrews 2: 14 – 3: 1,2.
Like a river glorious is the perfect peace, Over all Victorious, it is bright and peace.
Perfect yet it floweth, fuller every day, Perfect as it floweth, deeper all the Way/
Stayed upon Jehovah Winding as He promised! Perfect peace and rest.
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