A new start

A new start

SONG: This moving song is a testimony of a young person’s decision to serve God with their whole heart.

“I turned to God and made a new start” – this moving song is a testimony of a young person’s decision to serve God with their whole heart. It shows the peace and joy that comes from living completely for God. It is sung here by Rebecca Balazs.

In my heart, I’ve made a firm decision,
I have chosen now which way I’ll go.
I will listen to His good instruction.
So, one day I reach my heavenly home.

God has given me a chance and called me,
He has chosen me and made a plan.
I am safe, for God is right beside me,
He has said He’ll guide me with His hand.

Worldly things that always seems inviting;
Things that pulled and tugged at my young heart,
I soon found them empty, disappointing.
So, I turned to God and made a new start.

Love that radiates now fills my being.
I am rich, no guile is in my heart.
The bad things I did, He has forgotten,
For I prayed to Him and made a new start.

God has given me a chance and called me,
He has chosen me and made a plan.
I am safe, for God is right beside me,
He has said He’ll guide me with His hand.

Nevermore I’ll walk upon the broad way,
Nevermore to sin and misery.
When at school or in my home I’m certain,
With this power I can truly be free.

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Scripture taken from the New King James Version®, unless otherwise specified. Copyright © 1982 by Thomas Nelson. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

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