Read: Psalm 100
Gratitude is never invisible or silent; it must be expressed.
“Jesus I Come” is an anthem of gratitude. Thankfulness should be the foundation of our worship, and praise opens our eyes to become more aware of His presence in our lives:
Thank You Jesus
Just as I am I come.
Oh what amazing love.
When we come to Him, we come to Him unashamed. Though our sin separates us from God, Jesus accepts us just as we are. We don’t have to clean ourselves up to come to Him; He awaits us with anticipation.
When we enter the presence of Jesus, we do not leave unchanged.
I will rise and stand redeemed
Heaven open over me
To Your name, eternally
Endless glory I will bring.
By entering His presence with a posture of surrender—bowing down before Jesus—we can stand redeemed, unashamed of the new hope we have in Him. As Heaven opens over us, God smiles down upon us and calls us His children, sending us into the world to glorify Him.