Born to Die That I Might Live

Posted: December 20, 2020 in Acceptance, Music, Passion for God, Randy Butler, Serenity, Terry Butler, Worship

“When God spoke and brought the world into existence, Christmas was on His heart. Christmas is all about Jesus, the Lamb of God slain from the foundation of the world! It’s about Jesus, God’s gift of redemption–born to die in my place and your place, for my sins and your sins, because the wages of sin is death. Write it down; post it on the refrigerator or the bathroom mirror: “Jesus–born to die that I might live!” No matter who you are, what you have done, you were pre-loved by God!”
(Kay Arthur, “Born to Die That I Might Live”, Decision Magazine, December 1, 2008)

At The Cross
I know a place, a wonderful place
Where accused and condemned
Find mercy and grace
Where the wrongs we have done
And the wrongs done to us
Were nailed there with Him
There at the cross

At the cross,
At the cross
He died for our sin
At the cross,
At the cross
He gave us life again

I know a place, a wonderful place
Where accused and condemned
Find mercy and grace
Where the wrongs we have done
And the wrongs done to us
Were nailed there with Him
There at the cross

At the cross,
At the cross
You died for our sin
At the cross,
At the cross
You gave us life again

(Words and Music by Randy and Terry Butler)

Performed by Terry Butler on “Change My Heart Oh God, Volume 2”

(c) 1993 Mercy/Vineyard Publishing

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