Kutless “Carry Me to the Cross”: Simple Gift Sunday

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 Kutless Carry Me to the Cross video and devotion - Marty's Musings

Each week in these Simple Gift Sunday posts I try and share a word or inspiration that God has been impressing upon me during the week.

Honestly, this week I’m just tired. Not feeling up to par. Run down.

So I want to ask you, what is going on in your life right now? 

What burdens do you need carried?

Do you feel all alone? 

Kutless Carry Me to the Cross video and devotion - Marty's Musings 

From Kutless “Carry Me to the Cross” comes these words:

I feel You draw me closer 
All these burdens on my shoulder 
I’m not alone, I’m not alone

You are truly not alone! In the midst of the storm, there is One who carries us through.

I pray this encourages you and lifts you up today!

 

For more encouragement and my Simple Gift Sunday posts go here.  

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When the path is daunting 
And every step exhausting 
I’m not alone, I’m not alone, no, no

I feel You draw me closer 
All these burdens on my shoulder 
I’m not alone, I’m not alone 
You pull me from this place 

(Chorus)
Hallelujah!
You carry me every day 
You carry me all the way 
Hallelujah!
You carry me to the 
You carry me to the cross 

How Your love has moved me
To the foot of all Your glory 
I’m not alone, I’m not alone, I’m not alone 

Chorus 

All of these cities you have built 
And every cathedral you have filled 
To all of creation you gave life with your hands 
And with those hands you comfort me 
You lift me up from my knees 
And carry me 
You carry me 

Chorus

The cross 
You carry me to the 
You carry me to the cross

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Comments

  1. Shirley says:

    Thank you!

  2. Cindy says:

    Thank you, Marty! Prayers that God will refresh and renew your spirit. I can certainly relate to being tired physically and mentally. In 2012 I had stage 1 breast cancer and had a lumpectomy. Chemo affected my ejection fraction of the heart. It took a year and half to really get my energy back and what I consider normal for myself! Jesus has taught me to get up in the morning and say, “This is the best day ever!” It really is! He has carried me through sick, lonely days. It is so reassuring knowing Jesus will be with us always. He never changes and His Love is Unconditional! May this be YOUR BEST DAY EVER!

    • Marty Walden says:

      Hi, Cindy. Thanks so much for the encouraging words. I know you were radically changed by your cancer, but what a testimony you know have! Thank you so much for sharing it with me! Have a blessed weekend!

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