Jimmy McNeal

 
 

Oct 13, 2014

My Good Is Your Glory

I've had a number of friends going through much hardship and distress the past couple of months. Whether it be death, illness, the NICU, E.R., finances, or sickness, all of their situations have been difficult. There have been many prayers on their behalf, but God has also been doing something I'd prayed that he would do. He's been using the "Adopted" album to minister to a few of these friends. Some of them have reached out to me and shared specific songs that have spoken to them during this season. One song in particular is "My Good Is Your Glory". So I wanted to share this with you today.

I don't know what you're walking through, but I do pray that this video from our CD release party is as much of an encouragement to you as it was/is to them. Below you will find the YouTube video and the lyrics. My hope is that you would be encouraged and led to worship Jesus in the midst of whatever season you may be walking through right now. 

 

My Good Is Your Glory
written by Micah Vasquez, Jacob Riddle, Levi Hanusch, Wes Ardis, and Jimmy McNeal

In the chaos I live and confusion surrounds me
but in peace I remain, for The Lord keeps me safeYou are good, You're the strength of my heart and I am loved.
I am Loved

You oh Lord are a shield for me 
The glory and the lifter of my head
You oh God have a plan for me
You are good and my good is Your glory

And in this I rejoice, even when I am grieving 
That The Lord will complete everything He began

You are good, You're the strength of my heart and I am loved.
I am Loved

You oh Lord are a shield for me 
The glory and the lifter of my head
You oh God have a plan for me
You are good and my good is Your glory

The Lord is the stronghold of my life
of whom shall I be afraid
my life is bought by the blood of Christ
of whom shall I be afraid

You oh Lord are a shield for me 
The glory and the lifter of my head
You oh God have a plan for me
You are good and my good is Your glory

 

I do pray that this has blessed you today. 

Nothin' but love, 

Jimmy

 


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