Sweet hymns of joy in grateful chorus raise we With all our hearts we praise His holy name Christ is the Lord, then ever, ever praise we. Please click here if you are not redirected within a few seconds. Sweet hymns of joy in grateful chorus raise we. With all our hearts, we praise His holy name. More from Tasha Cobbs. Break Every Chain Tasha Cobbs. Fill Me Up Tasha Cobbs. Your Spirit Tasha Cobbs. Gracefully Broken Matt Redman. Gracefully Broken Tasha Cobbs. No Longer Slaves Tasha Cobbs.
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Hebrews There are a trillion ways that Jesus is not like us. The Nicene Creed, the old Christian confession from the fourth century, is only a sketch of what this looks like. There are vast, glorious truths of Jesus that make him so unique. We can hardly put them in words. From everlasting to everlasting, he is God, very God of very God. He is the second person of the holy Trinity, whose person is never blended into the Godhead and whose essence is never divided from it.
He is irrevocably sovereign, utterly independent, forever sourceless and satisfied. We'll never know what that's like for ourselves. Jesus has eternally existed; he was not made. He dwelled eyes wide open in the Father's unapproachable light before time. Through him came everything that exists.
He is the uncreated Creator, and we are what he spoke into reality. He said it, and it came to be. Only he can do that. And more, Jesus came down from heaven for our salvation. He is the definitive showcase of God's eternal purpose in the universe, and of God's love for this people. All of God's intentions to glorify his name by creating humans, saving them, and living in fellowship with them forever, is all centered on Jesus.
From the very beginning, before there was a beginning, Jesus has been the one. Still more, Jesus is the King of the nations, the king who owns the ends of the earth, whose dominion explodes our best metrics.In , the French city of Roquemaure had their church organ completely renovated. To celebrate the newly finished organ, the parish priest made the local poet, Placide Cappeau, write a poem that.