• June 19, 2015

All the Poor and Powerless


Psalm 22 reminds us of the inevitable duality of our walk with Christ. In uncertain times, we may be consumed with fear and doubt of an unknown outcome. David reminds us in this psalm that, even amidst out current troubles and trials, finding joy in the Father is of utmost importance. Relying on God’s goodness and promise of salvation motivated David and carried him through some of life’s powerless moments.

As disciples of Christ, we rest in the fact that in the end, Jesus will be glorified by people from every tribe, every tongue, and every nation. From poor to powerful, all will know that He is King.


All the Poor and Powerless

All the poor and powerless
And all the lost and lonely
All the thieves will come confess
And know that You are holy
Will know that You are holy

And all will sing out
Hallelujah
And we will cry out
Hallelujah

And all the hearts that are content
And all who feel unworthy
And all who hurt with nothing left
Will know that You are holy

And all will sing out
Hallelujah
And we will cry out
Hallelujah
[x2]

Shout it
Go on and scream it from the mountains
Go on and tell it to the masses
That He is God
[x5]

We will sing out
Hallelujah
And we will cry out
Hallelujah
We will sing out
Hallelujah

Shout it
Go on and scream it from the mountains
Go on and tell it to the masses
That He is God

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