Singing with Inspiration – Lesson 11 Freedom in Christ

The first Bible text we open to on commencing our study this week, Gal 5:1 says “It is for freedom that Christ has set us free…” (NIV) which brings us the following hymns:
Hymn 292, “Jesus, I Come”,
Hymn 345, “Christ Is the World’s True Light”,
Hymn 460, “As Water to the Thirsty”,
and
Hymn 191, “Love Divine”.

Gal 5:1 continues on: “Stand firm, then….”
Hymn 610, “Stand Like the Brave” and
Hymn 518, “Standing on the Promises”.

Hymn 110, “God’s Free Mercy Streameth” is shown to us at the conclusion on Sunday’s study.

Well-noted in Monday’s study is the statement: “we do what we do because we already are His children” giving us Hymn 101, “Children of the Heavenly Father”.

One very short sentence in Tuesday’s lesson “It is all or nothing” rang the words of Hymn 309, “I Surrender All” loud and clear in my mind. We ‘acknowledge that we are completely dependent on Christ” then culminates in us singing:
Hymn 163, “At the Cross” or
Hymn 303, “Beneath the Cross of Jesus”. One may add
Hymn 159, “The Old Rugged Cross”.

The last topic to be discussed for this weeks’ lesson is faith. This topic will give a plethora of hymns from which to choose, whether
Hymn 533, “O for a Faith” or
Hymn 602, “O Brother, Be Faithful”  or
Hymn 608, “Faith Is the Victory”.

Blessings to you all for a wonderful week and the Sabbath to come.

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