I preached at our Syosset Campus this past Sunday on Philippians 2:9. Here’s the video!
Discussing the song from earlier this week…going through all the lyrics…
Become Us (A Wedding Song)
By Ben Ward
Hold my hand and hold my heart
Hold my gaze till death we part
We are home
Take my love and take my life
Take my hand I’m yours You’re mine
We’re not alone
You and me in this mystery of love
Give your one and I’ll give mine
Give our all and we will find
We’re joined as one
All these solitary moments
Are just a chance for us to see
The beauty of our life together
And oh wonderful it can be
And oh how wonderful it will be
Hear my prayer and hear my dreams
My desires, my wants, my needs
All my love
Brand new #dbfh today about conquering that thing in your life. Completely. Totally. All the way. Here’s the scripture I reference.
Here are some devotions I recorded as a part of our Cover to Cover Series last year. They’re kinda fun…let me know what you think!
Brand new song today!! So excited to share this one about the Prodigal Son…let me know what you think!
Finding My Way Back to You
Written by Ben Ward
You overwhelm me with mercy
You overtake me with grace
Lavishing love, more than enough
Goodness I see and taste
So why do I run away?
Still You love me
Yet You celebrate
As I’m finding my way
In Your time and Your place
Back to the look on Your face
Full of mercy and grace
I’m finding my way back to You
All the riches and glory in Jesus
You willingly gave away
Sacrificing Your Son so I could come
Bask in the light of Your face
Why do I run away?
Did you know there are 11.944 billion Google searches performed every month? Just think about that for a second. In that second that just passed there were 4,545 searches…and each second that passes…it doesn’t stop…and it’s growing!! We ask Google every question you can imagine. And so many more that we can’t imagine. From the good (new and expecting parents’ searches increase by 2.7%!) to the questionable (Ever looked at the auto-complete suggestions…who’s searching for THAT??), people are unafraid of asking an anonymous computer (I know, I know…) the most intimate of questions. Do we bring the same sort of un-guardedness to God? David says in Psalm 139,“I’m an open book to you…You know everything I’m going to say before I start the first sentence.” How about that? Here’s the beautiful thing: He’s not just for searching; He’s for finding.