Come to Me

Every once in a while I hear a song that resonates deep within my heart, within the very depths of my spirit.  This song did just that – and it stayed with me all day urging me to contemplate, once again, God’s amazing goodness and compassion.  In an interview regarding this song, Jenn Johnson shared that she wrote this song when reflecting upon the many tragedies that plagued our world over the last year.  Where fear abounded within the hearts of people across the globe, she heard God whisper a very different word within her ear.  Not a message of fear, but a love song – from God’s heart to ours.

COME TO ME
I am the Lord your God
I go before you now
I stand beside you
I’m all around you
Though you feel I’m far away
I’m closer than your breath
I am with you
More than you know
I am the Lord your peace
No evil will conquer you
Just steady now your heart and mind
Come into my rest
And oh, let your faith arise
Lift up your weary head
I am with you
Wherever you go.
Come to me
I’m all you need
Come to me
I’m everything
Come to me
I’m all you need
Come to me
I’m your everything
I am your anchor, in the wind and the waves
And I am you’re steadfast, so don’t be afraid
Though your heart and flesh may fail you
I’m your faithful strength
I am with you
Wherever you go
Come to me
I’m all you need
Come to me
I’m your everything
Come to me
I’m all you need
Come to me
I’m your everything
Don’t look to the right or to the left
Keep your eyes on me
You will not be shaken
You will not be moved, ohhh….
I am the hand to hold
I am the truth I am the way
Just come to me… come to me… because I’m all that you need
Link toYouTube Performance:

One Comment on “Come to Me

  1. We have played this song over and over and over today, with tears in our eyes and our hearts longing for His presence. The heart of the Fathr is calling his people to leave religion and performance behind and just love him, become sons instead of servants and play in the freedom of His kingdom on earth.

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