Worship Resource: I Love You Lord

GOD is love, i john 4 7 8ALL SINGING
I Love You Lord by Laurie Klein (twice)
The Faith We Sing, #2068
CCLI #25266

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God is love
Those who abide in love abide in God
And God abides in them.
– 1 John 4:16b NRSV

Love is my light and my salvation
Whom shall I fear?
Love is the strength of my life
Of whom shall I be afraid?

When fears assail me,
Rising up to accuse me,
Each one in turn shall be seen in Love’s light
Though a multitude of demons rise up within me
My heart shall not fear
Though doubts and guilt do battle
Yet shall I remain confident

One thing have I asked of Love,
That I shall ever seek
That I might dwell in the Heart of Love all the days of my life
To behold the Beauty of my Beloved
And to know Love’s Plan

For I shall hide in Love’s heart in the day of trouble
As in a tent in the desert
Away from the noise of my fears
And I shall rise above my struggles, my pain
Shouting blessings of gratitude in Love’s Heart
And singing melodies of praise to my Beloved
– Psalm 27:1-6, from Psalms for Praying by Nan C. Merrill

God is love,
Those who abide in love abide in God
And God abides in them

Jesus, fill me with Your love
So I may be with You always

Chose one of the following songs or another of like theme
I Am Thine, O Lord
United Methodist Hymnal #419

More Love to Thee, O Christ
United Methodist Hymnal #453

Love Divine, All Loves Excelling
United Methodist Hymnal #384

I Love You Lord compilation © 2014 Lisa Ann Moss Degrenia
You are very welcome to use this in a worship setting.

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