Thank You Jesus For The Blood (Premium) Chords PDF (Charity Gayle / Arr. Cliff Duren)
Thank You Jesus For The Blood (Premium) Chords PDF (Charity Gayle / Arr. Cliff Duren)
Thank You Jesus For The Blood (Premium)Charity Gayle / Arr. Cliff Duren
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Download the PDF Chord Charts for Thank You Jesus For The Blood (Premium) by Charity Gayle / Arr. Cliff Duren, from the album Thank You Jesus For The Blood. This song was arranged by Dan Galbraith / Cliff Duren in the key of Bb.
|Album||Thank You Jesus For The Blood|
|Artists||Charity Gayle, Arr. Cliff Duren|
|Authors||Charity Gayle, David Gentiles, Steven Musso, Ryan Kennedy, Bryan McCleery|
|Arrangers||Dan Galbraith, Cliff Duren|
|Publishers||Watershed Music Group|
|CCLI Song No.||7172456|
|Instruments||Guitar, Ukelele, Piano|
|Available Keys||A, Ab, B, Bb, C, C#, D, Db, E, Eb, F, F#, G, G#, Gb, Numbers, Numerals|
|Themes||Thanksgiving, Modern Hymn, Victory, Blood, Cross, Easter, Thankfulness, Debt, Easter Sunday|
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Do you remember the worst moments of your life? Burning recollections that flare up, taunting you with a sense of failure and shortcoming. Wretched moments. Do you remember feeling a sense of hope after a long winter season? Times when grace and peace brought you to your knees in gratitude. Salvation moments. Moments when you were rescued from the miry clay, and delivered safely to solid ground on the other side of the raging rivers. We are wretched. Standing rigid by someone you love, unwilling to acknowledge your mistake when you betrayed their trust. Seeing the pained expression on your child's face when you lost your cool, holding fast to your right to discipline. Letting that hurtful, harsh criticism fly from your mouth without regard for how it cut through the heart of a friend. We are wretched. Maybe you don't see glimmers of yourself in the scenes above. Maybe you have been the one hurt. Your spouse cheated. Your parents screamed at you. Your friend betrayed your trust. The disappointment and pain held weighed down, pulling you into the darkness of despair. You longed for relief -- but the relief didn't come -- in desperation, you looked for an escape from the pain. We are wretched, but the story does not end there. Charity Gail's, Thank You Jesus For The Blood is a powerful reminder of how Jesus has rescued us. He plucks out of the pit where there is loneliness and heartache. The words of this song put a layer of truth on top of our pain, making us whole again. When I was lost, Jesus "broke my chains, freed my soul. For the first time, I had hope." Sometimes the lyrics of a song reach deep down inside, and we recognize ourselves as the melody moves through each verse. We all have a rescue story. Maybe for you it is addiction, or like me, despair. Perhaps you are still trapped behind a curtain of anxiety or doubt. Maybe you come from a long history of broken relationships or epic failures in life. 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Settle in and take a moment to let the words of worship wash over you. Be encouraged by the tender-hearted truth of Jesus. He is for you. Thank You Jesus, for the blood appliedThank You Jesus, it has washed me whiteThank You Jesus, You have saved my lifeBrought me from the darkness into glorious light We all need rescuing. We all have dark, wretched moments. There is nothing more powerful than the blood of Jesus poured over the stormy seas of our own disasters. Thank you, Jesus, for the "wonder-working power of your blood.” See the full interview behind the song Thank You Jesus For The Blood here. Tracey Dahl, M.A. is a writer and Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) in Langley, BC (Canada). She is married to Ryan Dahl (Founder of PraiseCharts) and the mother of four grown children. Thank You Jesus For The Blood was written by Charity Gayle, David Gentiles, Steven Musso, Ryan Kennedy, and Bryan McCleery.