When We Come With Burdened Souls – Hymn Lyric

Discover the power of prayer when we come with burdened souls. Join us in seeking peace

When We Come With Burdened Souls – Hymn Lyric

When We Come With Burdened Souls In “When We Come With Burdened Souls,” we explore the power of prayer and how it can provide solace and guidance in times of trouble. Through prayer, we can lift up the needs and desires of our dear friends, seeking transformation and renewal in their lives. Join us in this inclusive act of faith, as we bow before the Savior and offer ourselves wholly to Jesus.



   

When We Come With Burdened Souls – Hymn Lyric

When we come with burdened souls
And before our Father bow,
Shall we pray for you, dear friend?
Shall we plead for you just now?

Refrain:
Shall we pray for you?
While our heart petitions blend,
Coming in the Saviour’s name,
Shall we pray for you, dear friend?

Shall we ask a living faith,
And a new and better heart?
That the Holy spirit now
May renewing grace impart?

[Refrain]

Are you willing we should know
That you long for peace within?
Do you seek the Lord indeed,
And the power that saves from sin?

[Refrain]

Come and join us in our prayer;
Low before the Saviour bow;
While he waits to hear your voice,
Give yourself to Jesus now.

[Refrain]    

Meaning of When We Come With Burdened Souls

When We Come With Burdened Souls: A Reflection on the Power of Prayer

In times of trouble and distress, we often find solace in turning to our Heavenly Father. We come before Him with burdened souls, seeking peace, comfort, and guidance. And as we bow before Him, we can also extend our prayers to include those dear to us, like you, dear friend.

Prayer is a remarkable and powerful tool that allows us to connect with God and one another. It is a means of pouring out our hearts, sharing our hopes and fears, and seeking divine intervention in our lives. And so, as we gather together in the name of our Lord and Savior, we ask ourselves, “Shall we pray for you, dear friend? Shall we intercede on your behalf, lifting your concerns and desires to the Almighty?”

In this hymn, we are reminded of the importance of prayer and its ability to bring about transformation in our lives. It poses essential questions as we consider the needs and desires of our fellow believers. “Shall we ask a living faith and a new and better heart?” These words invite us to not only pray for surface-level needs but to strive for a deeper understanding of what it means to be a follower of Christ.

As we approach God in prayer, we ask Him to grant us a living faith—a faith that is active, vibrant, and deeply rooted in His word. We seek a faith that compels us to reach out to others, to serve selflessly, and to love unconditionally. And with this living faith, we also ask for a new and better heart. We long for God’s Spirit to renew us, to transform our hearts of stone into hearts of flesh, filled with love, compassion, and forgiveness.

But prayer is not only for our personal transformation, but also for the transformation of others. “Are you willing we should know that you long for peace within? Do you seek the Lord indeed, and the power that saves from sin?” These questions invite us to reflect on our innermost desires and aspirations. They encourage us to not only seek our own well-being but also the well-being of our brothers and sisters.

When we pray for someone, we acknowledge their need for peace within. We recognize their yearning for a sense of belonging, purpose, and contentment. We also inquire about their relationship with the Lord, for it is in Him that we find the power to be saved from sin. Prayer is an opportunity to lift others up, to intercede on their behalf, and to support them as they navigate the challenges and difficulties of life.

And so, dear friend, we extend an invitation to join us in prayer. “Come and join us in our prayer; low before the Savior bow; while He waits to hear your voice, give yourself to Jesus now.” The power of prayer is not limited to a select few but is available to each and every one of us. It is an inclusive act of faith that brings us closer to God and to one another. It is a reminder that we are never alone in our struggles, that there is always a loving and caring community ready and willing to support us.

As we bow before the Savior, we surrender our burdens, knowing that He is patiently waiting to hear our voices. He longs to listen to our prayers, to offer comfort, and to guide us on our journey. And in this sacred space of prayer, we have the opportunity to give ourselves wholly to Jesus, to offer our lives as a living sacrifice for His glory.

In conclusion, dear friend, we cannot help but ask once again, “Shall we pray for you?” Our hearts are filled with compassion and empathy, and we yearn to intercede on your behalf. May the power of prayer bring comfort, healing, and transformation into your life. May you find solace in knowing that you are not alone, that there is a community of believers praying for you and lifting you up. And may you experience the peace and joy that comes from surrendering your burdens to our loving Heavenly Father. Amen.

 

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