Let Me Sing by Andrew Peterson

I wanna open up my eyes 
And see a more beautiful world
Let the hand of God Almighty
Sweep his colors through my life
I wanna hold tight to the laughter
And ride it like a child 
On the winds that billow joyful 
Through the sky

 

  

I wanna open up my heart
But you know, sometimes it’s hard to find
Because I’ve buried it beneath the selfishness
That I’ve hidden behind
I wanna stand my ground unshaken
But I wanna tremble when I kneel
And let my song remain unbroken 
Through the tears

So let me sing for the love
Let me love for the lost
Let me lose all I have 
For what I found on the cross
Let me trust you with my life
Let me live to give you praise
Lord, let me praise you 
For the grace by which I’m saved
Lord, let me sing

I wanna open up Your word
And let the thirsty enter in
So they can drink deep of the water 
You have given to them
I want to run the race with vigor
I want to fight the fight with strength
And let my song rise from a whisper
To a scream

I wanna open up my arms 
And embrace that old rugged cross
I wanna take pride in the reason
And be humbled by the cause
And when this lisping, stamm’ring tongue
Lies silent in the grave 
Then in a nobler, sweeter song,
I’ll sing your praise
I’ll sing your praise

So let me sing for the love
Let me love for the lost
Let me lose all I have 
For what I found on the cross
Let me trust you with my life
Let me live to give you praise
Lord, let me praise you 
For the grace by which I’m saved
Lord, let me sing

 

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Categories: Music Reviews, The Gospel, Worship

Author:David Parkerson

As founder of HomeLife Academy and Families in Christ Ministries I'm a very blessed man. I can honestly say I've seen God do amazing things. Why? Because he loves you and your family and wants the very best for you. This is why we can trust the Lord with all our hearts!

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