Sunday, July 23, 2017

At the Table of the Lord


We sang this song in church this morning. It is an older song but this was the first time that I had heard it.



I will feast at the table of the Lord
I will feast at the table of the Lord
I won’t hunger anymore
At His table

I will feast at the table of the Lord
I will feast at the table of the Lord
I won’t hunger anymore
At His table

Come all you weary
Come and find
His yoke is easy
His burden light
He is able, He will restore
At the table of the Lord

There is peace at the table of the Lord
There is peace at the table of the Lord
And I won’t worry anymore
At His table

There is healing at the table of the Lord
There is healing at the table of the Lord
Oh and I won’t suffer anymore
At His table oh at His table

Come all you weary
Come and find
His yoke is easy
His burden light
He is able, He will restore
At the table of the Lord

Oh I know He has a place for me
Oh, what joy will fill my heart
With the saints around the mercy seat of God

Come all you weary
Come and find
His yoke is easy
His burden light
He is able, He will restore
At the table of the Lord

At the table of the Lord
I’m invited to the table of the Lord
I’m invited to the table of the Lord
He says, “Come just as you are”
To His table

~Chris Tomlin

8 comments:

  1. Seems like I have heard this, but been too long to actual remember. So pretty tho.

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    1. I think the song is 8 years old, LV. Strange I hadn't heard it before yesterday though.

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  2. I do not know this one Gina. We sant Tis so Sweet to Trust in Jesus and I really enjoyed it as we sing choruses more than hymns at our church. Every one was singing loud just as it should be sung!!

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    1. Arlene, I do love to sing the old hymns. There is such beautiful truth to the lyrics! xo

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  3. I love the words to this sweet song, Gina. Chris Tomlin has written and sang so many wonderful songs. I love his rendition of Amazing Grace. Have you heard it?

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    1. Kim, I have. Chris Tomlin's songs have ministered to so many people. God has truly blessed him with the gift of music. xo

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  4. I hadn't heard that song either wonderful words!
    Wishing you a great week ahead!

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    1. Love the words, Connie! Thank you. It's a busy week ahead. Hope your week is super too! xo

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