Love is here

“Love is Here” by Tenth Avenue North

Come to the waters, you who thirst and you’ll thirst no more.
Come to the father, you who work and you’ll work no more.
And all you who labor in vain, and to the broken and shamed.

Love is here. Love is now.
Love is pouring from His hands, from his brows.
Love is near, it satisfies.
Streams of mercy flowing from his side.
Love is here.

Come to the treasure, you who search and you’ll search no more.
Come to the lover, you who want and you’ll want no more.
And all you who labor in vain, and to the broken and shamed.

Love is here. Love is now.
Love is pouring from his hands, from his brows.
Love is near, it satisfies.
Streams of mercy flowing from his side.

And to the bruised and fallen,
Captives, bound, and broken hearted.
He is the Lord.
He is the Lord.
By his stripes he’s paid our ransom
From his wounds we drink salvation
He is the Lord.
He is the Lord.

Love is here.
Love is now.
Love is pouring from his hands, from his brows.
Love is near, it satisfies.
Streams of mercy flowing from his side.
Streams of mercy flowing from his side.
Love is here.

This is a song I’ve recently found thanks to a friend of mine, and I’ve held it close to my heart ever since. The greatest feeling in the world is knowing that I have hope in Christ and in times of need or anytime actually, I can run to him. “Come to the waters, you who thirst and you’ll thirst no more.” That verse just reminds me of how hard I push myself to live this life that I have planned out for myself, and every single time, my plan fails because I didn’t rely on God. I thirst for answers, and they are right in front of me but I am too blind to see them. I can have these answers with peace and comfort if I would just go to Jesus first. I need to learn to go to the water, to go to Jesus. It seems like so many looking for what’s right in front of them. Christ is satisfying. Love is here.

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