With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart: Outdoor Wednesday and The One I Hold On To

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Outdoor Wednesday and The One I Hold On To

It is not under the sharpest, but the longest trials, that we are
most in danger of fainting.
~Andrew Fuller~

After hearing a touching song sung by someone in church this past Sunday I searched the web so I could hear it again.

It is called

I'd Need A Savior
by: Among The Thirsty
From the album Wonder

How many names can I use to explain the love of my Jesus,
the life that he gave and so many times will I praise you today.
I lift up my life ‘cause you’re always the same
And my offering to you I bring

Chorus:
Your name is Jesus. Your name is Jesus.
You’re the Wonderful, Counselor, my Friend.
You’re what I hold on to; I know that you brought me through
All the days of loss, to the cross you knew
I’d need a Savior.

How many songs can I sing to proclaim your wondrous love and beauty so great?
What would I say if you brought down the rain and everyday
I walk through the pain my heart would still say…

Chorus:

You’re what I hold on to; I know that you brought me through
All the days of loss, to the cross you knew
I’d need a Savior.
I’d need a Savior
I need you, Savior

10 comments:

Walking on Sunshine... said...

What a beautiful song. Thank you for posting it. I needed to hear something uplifting tonight! Enjoy your Wednesday!

grey like snuffie said...

Oh so good....

Abounding Treasures said...

What a beautiful song -- can't say I've ever heard it before or I'd remember ...

Blessings --

Carolyn Ford said...

That is a beautiful song...thank you for posting it.

Cassie said...

Good song.Love the words!

marie said...

That's a wonderful song - new to me too!
I love that quote you shared...I know I, for one, am very grateful for the smelling salts offered to me by the Lord!

Joops said...

Very nice song, I love the photo too.

Snow no More for Outdoor Wednesday.

Laurie said...

The photo and the words to the song are reaasuring and a blessing to me today. Our Savior is the same, yesterday, today and tomorrow.
May you be blessed today.
Laurie

Mary said...

What a lovely photo and wonderful song. Thanks for sharing both with us. Have a wonderful Outdoor Wednesday.

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful song and photo!

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