Songs that minister the grace and love of the Lord Jesus Christ...
By Richard and Lois Webb
Such A Friend


Songs for restoring the soul
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  Such A Friend ......................
  Apple Of My Eye ...................
  Worth So Much More .............
  What's My Name, Lord?...........
  I Rejoice Over You.................
  No Condemnation...................
  I Will Magnify........................
  What A Savior You Have Been..
  Before You In Love.................
All Songs (P) & (C) Richard and Lois Webb
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When Jesus suffered on the cross, He suffered far more than our eyes could have beheld. Worse than any physical pain that He endured, Jesus bore the very wrath of God for us. What love! Is there anything that can separate us from Him Who took all our condemnation upon Himself? Let us rest in that love. Let us draw near and enter into the very Holy of Holies and find His gentle touch of grace and mercy. The veil of separation has been torn down and He invites us all to enter into His rest, His very rest of love. This is the perfect love that casts out fear, for all who say "yes" to Hi
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It is our prayer that you indeed "rest in His love" and find His grace, mercy and strength in your life. We hope you find this in these songs as well, as we believe His presence and touch is upon them, for His glory...


Songs such as "Apple Of My Eye" share how the Lord views us in His constant care and tender love. "No Condemnation" warmly shares the truth of Romans 8:1 "There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus." And "I Rejoice Over You" lovingly ministers the truth found in Zephaniah 3:17 "The Lord thy God in the midst of thee is mighty...He will rejoice over thee...with singing."
 


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