Your Love Is Enough

HIS LOVE IS ENOUGH

Who can satisfy these longings?

Who could wash these doubts away?

Who can save me from my follies?

Even when the feelings fade

Your love is enough

Your love is enough

Who can find me in the darkness?

Who alone can help me stand?

You could find a way to find me

Even love me as I am

Your love is enough

Your love is enough

You’re my harbor in this lonely storm

Your love

Here in my Maker’s arms

I find my soul

Here in my Maker’s arms

I’m finally home

Here in my Maker’s arms

Come home

I’m coming home

Your love is enough

Your love is enough

You’re my harbor in this lonely storm

Your love

Yes, Your love

Your love is enough


A friend recently told me about a solo project, from a few years back, by Jon Foreman (lead singer of Switchfoot). He explained how these songs had helped him in early recovery. He talked about how listening to this series of EP’s had been a deep spiritual experience for him. The lyrics above are from a more recent solo project by Mr. Foreman, a preacher’s kid from California. The song is called “Your Love Is Enough.” I have caught myself waking up in the morning and singing, “Your love is enough.” Throughout the day, I find myself repeating silently under my breath, “Your love is enough.” At the end of the day, that is all that matters. No matter what I am facing, God’s love is enough.

 

 

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Have You Lost Your Edge?

Have you lost your spiritual edge? If so, there is hope! God is a God of restoration! God specializes in helping us find what we didn’t mean to lose. In this message, we look to God’s word for help in restoring what has been lost in our lives.

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