Tuesday, March 9

Surely We Can Change

This weekend, I borrowed a bunch of old cd's from my cousins, among them, David Crowder * Band's Remedy.

I was cleaning the house and chasing the girls, until this song came on. Then I stopped. I couldn't remember if I'd heard it before, but it didn't matter, because I was entranced.
David Crowder writes worship music like nobody's business. His way with words, and his honest, raw affection for the Lord makes his music so easy to fall in love with.

The words of Surely We Can Change are simple.
But sometimes what is most simple, is most powerful.


And the problem is this
We were bought with a kiss
But the cheek still turned
Even when it wasn’t hit

And I don’t know
What to do with a love like that
And I don’t know
How to be a love like that

When all the love in the world
Is right here among us
And hatred too
And so we must choose
What our hands will do


Where there is pain
Let there be grace

Where there is suffering
Bring serenity

For those afraid
Help them be brave

Where there is misery
Bring expectancy

And surely we can change
Surely we can change
Something


And the problem it seems
Is with you and me
Not the Love who came
To repair everything

And I don’t know
What to do with a love like that
And I don’t know
How to be a love like that

When all the love in the world
Is right here among us
And hatred too
And so we must choose
What our hands will do

Where there is pain
Let us bring grace
Where there is suffering
Bring serenity
For those afraid
Let us be brave
Where there is misery
Let us bring them relief
And surely we can change
Surely we can change
Oh surely we can change

Something

Oh, the world’s about to change
The whole world’s about to change

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