When you walk into the room

 Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you (1 Peter 5:7 NIV)

So I started interning somewhere recently and I haven’t figured out how not to sleep when I get back home. That’s the reason for the lack of posts on here this past week. I promise to sort myself out this weekend and make a plan though. Soooooo, song of the week this week is “When you walk into the room” by Bryan & Katie Torwalt. The program I went for last Saturday that I spoke about here, had this song sung a whole lot. Do you guys have favorite parts in songs that you play over and over  again? I do!! My favorite part of this song is the “Come and consume us” part – the bridge. In my opinion, it was not sung enough. Its too sweet a part. Oya these are the lyrics…

When you walk into the room
Everything changes
Darkness starts to tremble
At the light that you bring
And when you walk into the room
Every heart starts burning
And nothing matters more
Than just to sit here at your feet
And worship you
We worship you

Chorus:
We love you
We’ll never stop
We can’t live without you, Jesus
We love you
And we can’t get enough
All this is for you, Jesus

When you walk into the room
Sickness starts to vanish
Every hopeless situation ceases to exist
And when you walk into the room,
The dead begin to rise
‘Cause there is resurrection life
In all You do

Bridge:
Come and consume, God
All we are
We give you permission
Our hearts are Yours
We want You
We want You

You can download the song here.

Have a lovely weekend. I’ll be flooding your inbox this weekend, not too much though.

P.s: The bridge is a prayer guys and this week I realized that God does answer prayers. I’ll talk about it in the next post maybe, or the one after that. You can sing this prayer every morning. The song was stuck in my head all week so I sang it every time I go the opportunity. One day sef, it lulled me to bed. What song topped your playlist? I’d like to hear from you.

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