I Thank God

I Thank God

I Thank God

Be not content to remain ever groaning,

But say: I, a wretched man, thank God, through Jesus Christ. Even though I do not see it all, I am going to praise God.

There is deliverance, there is liberty of the Holy Spirit.

The Kingdom of God is joy in the Holy Spirit.

I Thank God

I Thank God

But when once every sin gives new intensity to the sense of wretchedness,

And we feel our whole state as one of not only helplessness, but actually exceeding sinfulness,

We shall be pressed not only to ask: Who shall delivery us? but to cry: I thank God through Jesus Christ my Lord.

I Thank God

I Thank God

I thank God for giving me rest in Him and for enabling me to take up work responsibility again.

I Thank God

I Thank God

O wretched man that I am!

A man who has come to the end of himself.

I thank God through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Deliverance!

I Thank God

I am still resting on the one hand and working on the other.

In spite of the many things I am yet unable to do, I thank God for what I can do.