My Chains Are Gone!!!

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One of my favorite contemporary Christian musicians is Chris Tomlin. He has a voice that is so pure. When he worships, it takes my spirit to another level. 

My favorite songs by Chris is entitled, “Amazing Grace, My Chains Are Gone.” The scripture to support God’s grace releasing us from our chains can be found in Psalm 107. 

Psalm 107:1-14 

Contemporary English Version (CEV)

The Lord Is Good to His People

107 Shout praises to the Lord!
    He is good to us,
    and his love never fails.
Everyone the Lord has rescued
from trouble
    should praise him,
everyone he has brought
from the east and the west,
    the north and the south.[a]

Some of you were lost
in the scorching desert,
    far from a town.
You were hungry and thirsty
    and about to give up.
You were in serious trouble,
    but you prayed to the Lord,
    and he rescued you.
Right away he brought you
    to a town.
You should praise the Lord
    for his love
    and for the wonderful things
    he does for all of us.
To everyone who is thirsty,
    he gives something to drink;
to everyone who is hungry,
    he gives good things to eat.

10 Some of you were prisoners
    suffering in deepest darkness
    and bound by chains,
11 because you had rebelled
against God Most High
    and refused his advice.
12 You were worn out
from working like slaves,
    and no one came to help.
13 You were in serious trouble,
    but you prayed to the Lord,
    and he rescued you.
14 He brought you out
of the deepest darkness
    and broke your chains.

Enjoy this song this morning, as you read the devotional for today. May it bless you and take you to a higher place. 

I love you with an amazing and everlasting love. 

Rev. Marcia Davis

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