Worship Song for 2021 The Undivided Heart (below, click here)
Song for our condition: The Kiss of Peace (click here)
Let the gospel resound! 'New Song' News (the Gospel's Harmony) (click here)
All worship songs:
This page will periodically feature new worship songs of praise, thanksgiving, love, delight in God (as Father, Son and Holy Spirit) -- songs to sing from the heart.
Songs for His glory!
Jesus promised not to leave his disciples alone as orphans, and so the Spirit was sent as his relational replacement to be with us forever (Jn 14:16-18). Therefore, the whole of God--Father, Son, and Spirit--is ongoingly present and involved with us as family (v.23). Yet, to experience being family together cannot happen with only God's intimate involvement, as if in a unilateral relationship; God's family requires the compatible relational response of our whole person, vulnerably from inner out, to the whole of God who is vulnerably involved with us for face-to-face, heart-to-heart relationship (Mt 15:8-9; Rom 8:15-16). Worship is our reciprocal relational response with nothing less and no substitutes. We hope all the songs here encourage you to worship the whole of God as the Father's daughters and sons, with Jesus, in the Spirit--intimately involved with God in likeness of how God is with us! And may God be blessed by your whole reciprocal relational response.
The Undivided Heart
Ps 86:11; Jer 17:10; 32:39; Eze 11:19; 2 Cor 3:15-18; Prov 21:2; cf. Isa 60:17b
1. O God, your heart has opened
Praise the Undivided Heart
2. O God, you want our heart open
Praise with undivided heart
our God’s whole presence.
Thank with undivided heart
our God’s whole involvement—
with our undivided heart
in reciprocal response!
3. Let not our heart be divided,
be praised in reciprocal response,
be thanked in relationship together—
of relationship with you.
O, O, O, as One, yes whole! O, O, yes, no veil, not in parts, undivided! (repeat as desired)
O, Undivided Heart
You, Undivided Heart
Our Undivided Heart
My undivided heart
Yes, all whole together!
©2020 T. Dave Matsuo and Kary A. Kambara