A New Song for a New Day

The Resurrection of the Christ by Carl Heinrich Bloch

April 1, 2018

Resurrection Sunday, the greatest of all feasts!

Today, by God’s grace, I and the youth group (Kabataang Kay Kristo Jesus or K3J) of our church will be handling the P&W and preaching at the worship service. And for this special occasion, God placed in my heart a new song. I’m sharing the lyrics below. Later I hope to find a way to share a recording of it.

Happy Feast of the Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ!


SEEK FIRST THE KINGDOM OF GOD (GOD IS ABLE)
Raymund Sison

Capo 3
G – D – Em – C

Verse:

Seek first the kingdom of God
And all His righteousness
And all these things will be added
Added to you

Rapped Chorus:

God is able to do
Infinitely more than we would dare to
Ask, so ask and it will be given to you
Seek God’s Kingdom—believe, and be blessed

God is willing to heal
Any and every disease and sickness
If we place our hands on sick men and women
In the name of Jesus they will be healed

Sung Chorus:

God is able to do
Infinitely more than we would
Ever dare to ask, so dare to
Seek and be blessed

God is willing to heal
Any disease and sickness
If we place our hands on the sick
They will be healed

Bridge:

For the name of Jesus
Is above all names
So in the name of Jesus
Disciple all the nations

Sequence:
Verse, Rapped Chorus, Rapped Chorus with Sung Chorus,
Verse, Rapped Chorus, Rapped Chorus with Sung Chorus,
Bridge, Verse (higher octave) (2x)


Note:

When I was little, I loved looking at pictures depicting the life of Christ in my grandmother’s Catholic prayer book. Of course, as a child, I didn’t know (or care) who the painter was, until many years later, when I would receive a book titled “Jesus: The Son of Man” containing high quality reproductions of Carl Heinrich Bloch’s Fredericksborg Palace Chapel paintings. Thank you, Ada, for the beautiful gift!

 

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