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Mark Schultz Love Has Come Lyrics

Last updated: 05/09/2012 11:00:00 AM

Well, I know this life is filled with sorrow
And there are days when the pain just lasts and lasts
But I know there will come a day
When all our tears are washed away with a break in the clouds
His glory coming down and in that moment

Every knee shall bow, every tongue confess
That God is love and love has come for us all
Every heart set free, every one will see
That God is love and love has come for us all

For anybody who has ever lost a loved one
And you feel like you had to let go too soon
I know it hurts to say goodbye
But don't you know it's just a matter of time till the tears are gonna end
You'll see them once again and in that moment

Every knee shall bow, every tongue confess
That God is love and love has come for us all
Every heart set free, every one will see
That God is love and love has come for us all

Oh, and on that day we will stand amazed
At our Savior, God and King
Just to see the face of amazing grace
As our hearts rise up and sing

Glory, glory, hallelujah
Thank You for the cross
Singing glory, glory, hallelujah
Christ has paid the cost

Glory, glory, hallelujah
Thank You for the cross
Singing glory, glory
Christ has paid the cost

And every knee shall bow, every tongue confess
That God is love and love has come for us all
Every heart set free, every one will see
That God is love and love has come for us all

Love has come for us all

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encouragement | Reviewer: Max White Tiger | 5/9/12

when I was seating upset in home, in God tv I heard this song, and its encourage me a lot, the Love of God is always there when everyone left us, Jesus come to earth for all of us, to save us,

SIMPLE EXPLANATION | Reviewer: capz | 2/2/12

As we've been enlightened to the Love of God to us(Born Again Christian), it is our responsibility to share the gospel and to win souls.. As a servant of God, we should also share the Love of God to unbelievers or those who are not in Christ, by preaching and teaching them the gospel.. Remember that Jesus came to look for the lost sheep, as what we are before..So that when the rupture(judgement) comes, only satan will be cast to the lake of fire..besides the lake of fire was created by God supposedly for satan only..

We should not also accusing or thinking negative to our fellow men.. Besides the singer is glorifying our Lord, he pleases Him not us.. and don't try also to please people, we should be pleasing God..

Weak biblically | Reviewer: Anonymous | 12/23/11

Yes it is a nice sounding song but as a christian I couldn't help noticing the weakness spiritually in the chorus....Every knee will bow and every tongue will confess that Jesus is Lord and for most if not all of those people (post rapture - Christ 2nd coming) they will be witnessing Gods wrath not his Love and Mercy because it will be too late at this point after rejecting Jesus for so long. This piece of scripture basically indicates that even if someone doesn't want to admit it they will admit it because of their horror of impending damnation. God is a god of love but he is also a just God and cannot allow those who aren't in Christ to not pay for their sin. It will be an I told you so moment to those who didn't or wouldn't believe eventhough somewhere in their past someone or something witnesses to them...
This song definitely has universalism undertones or maybe its written biblically inaccurate because it sounds nice that way. Singing God ia wrath God is wrath probably wouldnt sound very pleasing

In reply to the first comment... | Reviewer: Anonymous | 9/12/11

In reply to the first comment and those who agree...

You said 'The Bible says every knee shall bow and tongues confess that Jesus is Lord, not that "God is love."'

1 John 4:16
And so we know and rely on the love God has for us. GOD IS LOVE. Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in them.

This is a beautiful song, and it's still all about worshiping and loving Jesus, it isn't right to get caught up in petty arguments about small areas that people disagree in, but more importantly that you're worshiping Jesus!! :]

Love Has Come doesn't teach Universalism | Reviewer: DJ | 9/7/11

This song has touched me because it tells the truth that Jesus, who is love, came for us all. Also, every knee will bow some day but for those who did not bow their knee on earth it will be too late. There is another song that we sing in the church and no one seems to think it promotes universalism. The song is "When We All Get to Heaven" by Eliza E. Hewitt. It is a song written to the church just as Mark Schultz song is. Great song!

Christ Triumphant | Reviewer: SteveW | 9/6/11

This song clearly teaches universalism. However, don't be so quick to condemn it unless you want to condemn the early (Greek) church fathers. It wasn't until the Latin fathers and Roman Catholic church that eternal, inhuman torment for the vast majority of mankind became the normative belief. A bit of church history that most evangelicals seem to be unaware of.

I agree with the first comment | Reviewer: Nestor | 5/31/11

Christians shouldn't read what we believe, we should believe what we read. This song sounds great seems great until you read the lyrics. Schultz is preaching the Gospel of Inclusion. Every knee will bow and tongue confess that Jesus is Lord. (Phil 2) The Church should not even have a hint of inclusion or other false doctrine. Satan is the master musician, and he twists scripture whenever he can, especially in Christian music and music that Christians will generally find acceptable because he already has the world, his sights are set on making God's people stray from the true faith.

misunderstanding | Reviewer: Anonymous | 4/1/11

I think there is a misunderstanding. God DID come for us all. He came for men, women, rich, poor, tall, short, EVERYONE. He didn't JUST come for the rich or powerful, etc. He chose us ALL, He loves us ALL. WE have the choice to choose Him. Because of free will, not all will choose Him, and those will be lost. We, the church, the body of Christ, has the responsibility to enlighten the lost and bring them to Christ.

Don't like what i got to say(sry) my opinion, not yours! | Reviewer: Anonymous | 1/23/11

This is literally one of the best song i love..i don't care what anyone says! It speaks the truth and that what i like:)

Every knee shall bow, and every tongue will confess...Every heart will be set free and everyone will see that God is love..but that dose not mean everyone will be saved and go to heaven:)

Any way...this is a very good song and i love it!

Thoughts and Points | Reviewer: Anonymous | 1/19/11

First, I would like to say my personal opinnion of the song:
1. I went through a really rough time in my life, when I lost my best friend a couple months ago, and I listened to this song. It speaks the truth. I am so grateful that God somehow made me listen to this when I needed it the most.

2. When it says "Love has come for us all", it doesn't mean universally. It can mean love has come for all Christians, or it can even mean that love is here for us all, if we should accept Jesus. In fact, Jesus did come to save all people, so technically He has come for us all, but we have to choose whether or not to follow Him and accept that love.

3. I know that is what the Bible says. The writer of the song may have seen that verse and wrote the song, but "Every knee shall bow, and every tongue confess" is something that a lot of people use in songs adding whatever their main point in the song is after it. Some say "Jesus is Lord" some say "You are God" and other things, this writer just happened to say "Love has come for us all". I don't think that it was meant to copy scripture.

Great Song | Reviewer: Anonymous | 1/16/11

1) Your arguement against the "God is Love" line is rather weak. Songs aren't meant for verbatim quotes of the bible. The point of the song is to glorify God for all he has done, not criticize the artist for not using the right words.

2)There is no way one individual, especially one who considers themselves a follower of Christ to admonish the entire Christian community on the basis of one song. The Bible teaches us not to judge others but to love others as we love ourselves. Not to belittle you, but you should not be denouncing the body of Christ because of a small word change.

3) I think you are interpretting the line "Love has come for us all" incorrectly. That may be where you are seeing universalism. I'm pretty sure he was referring to those that followed Christ...I doubt anyone is mistaken enough to believe something that inaccurate.

Re: Sad Commentary | Reviewer: Anonymous | 11/20/10

The song is written under the assumption that the listener is already a born-again Christian. I see nothing in this song showing universalism...perhaps you should look at it from the angle the writer takes.

Sad Commentary | Reviewer: Anonymous | 11/10/10

The fact that this song has found acceptance in the Christian community is a sad commentary on the lack of Bible knowledge in the church today. The song teaches universalism... implying that every person will be saved, regardless of his or her decision to exercise faith in Christ... Additionally, it abuses the Scripture. The Bible says every knee shall bow and tongues confess that Jesus is Lord, not that "God is love." This is the product of the refusal of the church to teach the Bible properly...