The lyrics praise the Holy Trinity—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—establishing the foundation of Christian belief. The song emphasizes the idea of God as a loving family, emphasizing the relationship between the divine entities and the human family.
The song’s central message is about healing and reconciliation. The lyrics describe how Jesus, by becoming humanity’s transgressions and being crucified, aimed to mend a broken world and bring people together as one “unbroken family.” The phrase “kiss of peace” refers to Jesus’ sacrifice, which reconciles humanity to God.
The lyrics also address themes of redemption and transformation. Stubborn hearts of sin and stone are humbled by God’s kindness and mercy, allowing the wayward to be reconciled to the Father. The song highlights the transformative power of God’s love in mending hearts and leaving them wild for His glory.
In the chorus, the words “undivided” and “reunited” emphasize the unity and connection achieved through Jesus’ sacrifice. The lyrics assert that nothing can separate the believers from the love of God, reflecting the strength of their bond.
This song is an expression of gratitude and devotion to the Holy Trinity, celebrating the unity, redemption, and love made possible through Jesus’ sacrifice. The ultimate goal is for humanity to come together as an “unbroken family,” reflecting the divine relationship between the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
The verdict was guilty Case closed the end No chance for me to ever leave This prison of my sin Now I know it might sound crazy But one day a key unlocked that cell I heard a small voice say Your debts been paid by somebody else
And now I’m walking, walking Walking free No more darkness Guilt has lost its grip on me When mercy called my name Those chains fell at my feet And now I’m walking, walking Walking free
Now I ain’t nothing perfect I still stumble every single day I still get knocked down But the difference now Is that’s not where I stay ‘Cause I’ve got a Savior Who knows everywhere I’ve been And He’s telling me that I never have to Go back there again
So now I’m walking, walking Walking free No more darkness Guilt has lost its grip on me When mercy called my name Those chains fell at my feet And now I’m walking, walking Walking free
To the one walking wounded And to the one with regret Look up and see your victory is just up ahead ‘Cause there is a Savior Who knows everywhere you’ve been And He’s telling you that you never have to Go back there again So if you know that you never have to Go back there again
Then sing I’m walking, walking Walking free No more darkness Guilt has lost its grip on me When mercy called my name Those chains fell at my feet And now I’m walking walking Walking free
Walking free (ba ba-da ba-da ba-ba-ba) Walking free, yeah (ba ba-da ba-da ba-ba-ba) I know, I know, I know, I know I’m walking free, yeah (ba ba-da ba-da ba-ba-ba) I’m walking free (ba ba-da ba-da ba-ba-ba)
Powerful video from Anne Wilson – you have to watch it youtube.
LYRICS: Are you past the point of weary Is your burden weighing heavy Is it all too much to carry Let me tell you ‘bout my Jesus Do you feel that empty feeling ‘Cause shame’s done all its stealing And you’re desperate for some healing Let me tell you ‘bout my Jesus
He makes a way where there ain’t no way Rises up from an empty grave Ain’t no sinner that He can’t save Let me tell you ‘bout my Jesus His love is strong and His grace is free And the good news is I know that He Can do for you what He’s done for me Let me tell you ‘bout my Jesus And let my Jesus change your life Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah, amen, amen
Who can wipe away the tears From broken dreams and wasted years And tell the past to disappear Let me tell you ‘bout my Jesus And all the wrong turns that you would Go and undo if you could Who can work it all for your good Let me tell you about my Jesus
Who would take my cross to Calvary Pay the price for all my guilty Who would care that much about me Let me tell you ‘bout my Jesus
My everyday carry Bible is the Didache Bible: With Commentaries Based on the Catechism of the Catholic Church. I also use the smaller New Testament and Psalms from Ignatius Press. Both use the RSV:2CE translation, which is my favorite english version.
I also really love the Word on Fire Bible. So far they have only released the first volume which is the Gospels. It is so unique, I use it all the times when I just want to read and not really study.