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Thank You for calling me!

SONG: This song is a reflection of the earnest desire of a disciple’s heart.

God calls us in different ways, but it is up to us to respond to that calling. He desires to save us from a life of sin and unhappiness, to a life of true peace and joy. Those who answer that call and follow Jesus’ example can become new creations! This song is an expression of thankfulness, and also a sincere need to answer that call – to be freed from sin and live a life worthy of Him, following in Jesus’ footsteps to be just like Him!

Lyrics: Thank You for calling me!

Come to me, God; I need You so.
Help me see which way to go.
Life that I really long for must be somewhere out there.
Help me find true peace. This is my prayer.

O God, please do a work in me.
Help me understand the truth.
You’ve given me a chance, and now I won’t let it go.
You give me hope so I can reach the goal.

Thank You for calling me!
For the grace You give abundantly.
This brings me joy so great!
You will mold me and new life create!

To keep my conscience pure and good –
This is what I long to do.
So I’ll watch and pray – be freed from all Satan’s might.
Preserve me, God, here on this way so bright.

Thank You for calling me!
For the grace You give abundantly.
This brings me joy so great!
You will mold me and new life create!

Time is running out and I must use it faithfully.
Life I’ve chosen, once for all; no other way for me!

Thank You for calling me!
For the grace You give abundantly.
This brings me joy so great!
You will mold me and new life create!

Title: Thank You for calling me!
Lyrics: Marthe Larsen
Melody:
Vocals: Melissa Pang
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Last modified: 2020-09-23

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