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Lydia Laird - This I Know (Jesus Loves Me) - Radio Version (CCM)

Lydia Laird's radio version of the CCM song, 'This I Know (Jesus Loves Me),' serves as a reminder of the unchanging truth that we are loved by a Savior who is stronger than any challenges we may face. In a world filled with chaos and uncertainty, it is easy to become overwhelmed and forget that God is still in control.

The song acknowledges the overwhelming nature of the world, with lies and chaos threatening to consume us. In those moments, we need to pause and remember the simple yet profound truth that Jesus loves us. The lyrics draw from the timeless children's hymn, emphasizing that Jesus loves us and that we belong to Him, even in our weakness.

Lydia Laird - This I Know (Jesus Loves Me) - Radio VersionDuring times of self-doubt and feeling abandoned, the song encourages us to look beyond our imperfections and remember that we are never alone. Jesus will never leave us because we are His and He is ours. The repetition of the phrase 'Jesus loves me' reinforces this foundational truth.

The song's message culminates with the assurance that, when this life is over, the tears will end, and we will cross over into eternity. We will joyfully sing once again about the everlasting love of Jesus.

'This I Know (Jesus Loves Me)' by Lydia Laird reminds listeners to hold on to the unwavering truth of God's love in the midst of a chaotic world. It encourages us to find comfort and strength in the unchanging love of Jesus, knowing that we belong to Him and that He is always with us.

(Suggested reading while reflecting on the message of this song: Romans 8:38-39, 1 John 4:9-10, Psalm 136:26)


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