"The Guilt-less Tongue Sings"
March 29, 2003Email to a FriendPrint
Psalm 51:14 "Save me from bloodguilt, O God, the God who saves me, and my tongue will sing of Your righteousness."
The crowd turned at the sound of the approaching airplane. A cheer went up as it touched down on American soil. The first of the released prisoners poked his head out and the crowd cheered again. Tears of joy were flowing down his face. As he kissed the ground, the crowd cheered yet again. As the newly released prisoners gathered, the crowd joyfully sang, "God Bless America! Land that I love!"
So close your eyes with me
And hear the Father saying, "Welcome home."
Let us find the strength
In all His promises to carry on--
He said, "I go prepare a place for you."
So let us not forget,
We are not home yet.
(Steven Curtis Chapman Not Home Yet ©1997 Sparrow Song/Peach Hill Songs/BMI)
Until our heavenly Father welcomes us home, let us remember that God has removed our sin through Jesus Christ.