Into My Life


Sorry to post another one so quickly. This is actually related to my post on Isaiah and is a song that God has had me wake up huming every day for two weeks now. It is a wonderful song, with a beautiful meaning.

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This is the title of a wonderful song on The Imperials “Priority” CD. One of the best CDs that they ever produced in my mind. As it turns out, it was a cover song. This song was originally written by Birtle and Goble “The Last Romance.”

But, read the lyrics. This song is all about how to obtain salvation – both as described in Isaiah and in Hebrews. Salvation is obtained when we repent, choose not to follow our own path, but instead choose to follow the path of God – which is the atoning sacrifice of the Servant – Yeshua of Nazareth (who would be called the everlasting Father).

Into My Life
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I was down Kentucky way chasing my rainbow,
when Jesus surprised me and said,
“hey what do you know,”
I was a long time searching for truth deep in my heart,
I gave it all I had, it only made me sad,
I felt the need to change,
I’m so glad that He came into my life, into my life.

And so I stood at the fork in the road, which way to heaven,
and thought of the stories foretold
since I was seven,
and though my mind may not have understood, I kept on trying,
until I saw the light, he rescued me one night,
I felt the need to change,
I’m so glad that He came into my life, into my life.

Jesus came to me with love,
and he showed me the way to live for each day with each other,
Jesus taught me all I know,
and I live for his name, not playing a game with you brother …

I gave it all I had, it only made me sad,
I felt the need to change,
I’m so glad that He came into my life, into my life.

(Jesus came to me, Jesus came to me)
Jesus came to me with love,
and I live for his name, not playing a game with you brother …

(Found at an anonymous source on the Internet.)

Note: The Imperials version of this song can be purchased at www.theimperialsmusic.com or at iTunes.