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Jason Gray With Every Act of Love Lyrics

Last updated: 08/25/2014 07:01:35 AM

Sitting at the stoplight
He can't be bothered by the heart cry
Written on the cardboard in her hands
Oh, but when she looks him in the eye
His heart is broken, open wide
And he feels the hand of God reach out through him
As heaven touches earth

Oh, we bring the kingdom come
Oh, with every act of love
Jesus, help us carry You
Alive in us, Your light shines through
With every act of love
We bring the kingdom come

There's silence at the table
He wants to talk but he's not able
For all the shame that's locked him deep inside
Oh, but her words are the medicine
When she says they can begin again
And forgiveness will set him free tonight
As heaven touches earth

Oh, we bring the kingdom come
Oh, with every act of love
Jesus, help us carry You
Alive in us, Your light shines through
With every act of love
We bring the kingdom come

God put a million, million doors in the world
For His love to walk through
One of those doors is you
I said, God put a million, million doors in the world
For His love to walk through
One of those doors is you

Oh, we bring the kingdom come
Oh, with every act of love
Jesus, help us carry You
Alive in us, Your light shines through
With every act of love
We bring the kingdom

Oh, we bring the kingdom come
Oh, with every act of love
Jesus, help us carry You
Alive in us, Your light shines through
With every act of love
We bring the kingdom come

With every act of love
We bring the kingdom come
With every act of love
We bring the kingdom come





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Asleep in the Light | Reviewer: Dennis Trimble | 8/25/14

There was another Christian song from the 1970's that spoke of our (Christians) tendency to keep our salvation to ourselves, rather than sharing it with unbelievers. That song was filled with righteous condemnation; Jason Gray has managed to put a much more positive spin on Christian outreach, really encouraging us to "put legs to our faith." The first verse, especially, illustrates so beautifully the phrase "I'd rather SEE a sermon than HEAR one!"