Take Me Deeper

So, I opened the link and read this (http://www.imperfectlyperfectlives.com/there-is-more/) today. Amazing. I was so sober at some parts. The Lord is calling us to a deeper relationship with himself. A closer one. Will you listen? Will you draw closer to him?
These are the lyrics to one of my favorite gospel songs. You’re welcome.

Deeper in Love – Don Moen

Album: Let Your Glory Fall

Verse 1
There is a longing
only You can fill
A raging tempest
only You can still
My soul is thirsty Lord
to know You as I’m known
Drink from the river
that flows before Your throne

Chorus
Take me deeper
Deeper in love with You
Jesus hold me close in Your embrace
Take me deeper
Deeper than I’ve ever been before
I just want to love You more and more
How I long to be deeper in love

Verse 2
Sunrise to sunrise
I will seek Your face
Drawn by the Spirit
to the promise of Your grace
My heart has found in You
a hope that will abide
Here in Your presence
forever satisfied

(Repeat Chorus 2 times)

How I long to be deeper in love

Culled from http://allthelyrics.com. Submitted by a guest. Cheers for them.
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Meanwhile, this taught me a very important lesson while making me shriek with laughter- http://thei535project.wordpress.com/2016/04/06/an-important-lesson-on-what-to-wear-to-church/
(Extraordinarily important, this lesson)

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7 thoughts on “Take Me Deeper

  1. Lol, that last link gets me everytime. It’s sad how bothered we are about representing the ‘perfect’ church instead of being accepting and growing. I really long for a community like that.

    1. There is no perfect church. Throw that idea out. The church is every human being who believes in Jesus. We are human beings and we’re definitely not perfect..
      Thanks for the comment Adaku!

  2. I know, I meant the desire of the perfect presentation of churches is sad.
    One who is broken or different may not feel at home in a place that’s supposed to be accepting of each person in his/her unique ways.
    To me, that’s why some say most Nigerians are religious but not spiritual. We wear that extra layer of presentation that prevents true healing.

  3. The post in that link was hilarious, thank you for sharing. 😀

    We concern ourselves with the packaging more than the content, when God sees deep into the heart, best to leave judgement to him.

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