Who I was, Who I am
We have all sinned and fallen short of the glory of God
And the penalty and wages of that sin is death
So He, who loved the world so much, gave His One and Only Son
That whosoever believes in Him shall not parish but have everlasting life
It is by Grace through faith in Jesus Christ,
That I have been saved from all the bondage that is over me
There is nothing I can do, that can make me good enough
To earn the freedom He gave His life for me to have
Like a prisoner about to be sentenced, there I stood guilty
When in came this Stranger, and paid the fine for my offences
He took the punishment for all the wrong I had ever done
All the commandments I had broken, had now be forgiven
I had broken the Law that God had given for those He loved
I hadn’t made Him first, I never kept the Sabbath
I had made things more important He, and used His name improperly
I have lied, stolen, and disobeyed my parents
I have lusted in my heart, and wanted what I could have,
I have hated in my heart, which is said to be the same as murder
Doing just one of these is enough to condemn me to hell
I chose Jesus, I am forgiven, I now get to spend eternity in Heaven
Life is full of challenges and so many choices, but God only gave us two
I made my choice, I chose life in Jesus, now my friend, how ‘bout you?
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