Great Song: “Let Go” by Dewayne Woods :)

I heard a great song this evening while watching a sermon by John Gray. DeWayne Woods, an award winning singer came on stage and played “Let Go.” The lyrics say a great deal, in how we all cling to “things” in this life. We must have the newest gadget, toy, car, or clothes… we are literally tempted and seduced by commercials that we must have “that thing” and rush to amazon or a store to buy it. We spend a great deal of time “sprucing up” the vessel that is our physical bodies, yet spend little, if any time on that which is most important: our souls. As some of you know I faced death once, and it scared the living heck out of me. A friend said “If you know you are saved, why worry about death?” Quite simply, just because I am saved does not mean I am immune to fear, the unknown, or human failings.
 
Romans 6:26 tells us “…the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.” With that knowledge I should be confident and comfortable with what comes next. After all death is the natural cycle of this life, in which “… the dust returns to the ground it came from, and the spirit returns to God who gave it.” (Ecclesiastes 12:7)
 
A few friends said why do you post things about Jesus on Facebook, aren’t you ashamed? Before I felt His spirit, I might have been a little bit because we all suffer from vanity of some form, a desire for approval from others. However, here is the thing. That moment when we all face judgement, God will not care what others think about our actions. He will know our hearts and why we chose to do what we did. If you know that God is real, and that actions you choose to take in your life are against his will (sin), and you consciously choose to take those actions you will have to face the consequences. Forgiveness is available for all who seek it, you simply must humble yourselves, and realize that if you want to live in peace beyond this life you need help to do it. That’s why I liked the song tonight. Here is the chorus:
 
As soon as I stop worrying,
Worrying how the story ends
I let go and I let God
Let God have His way
 
Have you ever thought about why Satan is so mad.. and evil? Pastor John Gray said something funny tonight. In context he said maybe Satan is mad because he made one mistake and got kicked out of heaven. Yet here we are, making mistakes each and every day of our lives, yet He sends His Son down to us, as a sacrifice for our sins, so that we may be forgiven and return home to him. We really are awfully lucky, aren’t we? Could any of us make it without forgiveness? ✝️🤠
 
I couldn’t find an actual music video of the song, but here is a version on youtube. If your heart has not yet hardened (hardening of the heart is when people can not open their hearts to the Truth about Jesus), this song may bring a tear or two to your eyes ❤️
 

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