Hallelujah

We are in some hard but necessary days right now as we pray, love, and release  my husband’s mother to Jesus. The hope of Heaven, the truth of Paul’s teachings in Corinthians, the suffering that we wouldn’t want her to continue to endure…her words to us and our opportunity to offer our words to her…we don’t skip the grieving process just because these blessed things are present. But we do forge through it with peace and purpose.

So I was writing a song before this all began…and now I have my verse two. Verse one was about the difficulty of this world–but having Jesus–and now verse two is about leaving this world–and having Jesus.

Hallelujah

Putting out fires, calling out liars, falling apart, breaking my heart
I’ll come in, I’ll come in

Tired of talking, never resolved, arms not so careful breaking my fall
Come in, I’ll come in

And stay til I can say-

Hallelujah, Your steady love for me, Your all consuming peace
Hallelujah, Your friendship magnified, the Refuge of my life
Hallelujah, this world shows me how differently You love
Hallelujah

So I could question, turn and blame
But I could never separate from You, or You from me

You are my Healing, You are my Hope
When I am broken, where else would I go?
I go Home…

And stay til I can say-

Hallelujah, Your steady love for me, Your all consuming peace
Hallelujah, Your friendship magnified, the Refuge of my life
Hallelujah, this world shows me how differently You love
So Hallelujah

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