Jordan For Jesus #034 "You Never Forsake Me (All I Need Is Jesus)" by Jordan Elizabeth on 2014-12-18 10:59:12
This is a song that I wrote a while back. I wrote it during a time of great loneliness. A time where I felt like God was really the only one I had to turn to. Although I knew I should turn to God, I kept going to other things to fill my heart. I quickly found out that these things I kept trying to fill my heart with were not satisfying.
Those things were only a temporary fix for my loneliness. So during that time, I realized that when God is all you have, He is all that you really need. Nothing in this entire world can satisfy the human heart like the one who created it. Nothing compares with God and He will never leave nor forsake you. He satisfies completely! With God, we lack no good thing.
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