Share A Song Monday

It’s Monday and time to swap those songs that have been dancing around in your heart! I love discovering what songs have been encouraging you lately, please share a link in the comments section so we can all take a listen. I have been introduced to so many great songs over the past few months simply because someone took the time to share it.

The song I am sharing this week was found that way too. It’s another song by Rend Collective Experience called Second Chance. A couple of weeks ago someone posted this video on the People of the Second Chance Facebook page. I fell in love with the lyrics. Just beautiful.

My future hangs on this
You make preciousness from dust
Please don’t stop creating me

Your blood offers the chance
To rewind to innocence
Reborn, perfect as a child

CHORUS:
Oh Your cross, it changes everything
There my world begins again with You
Oh Your cross, it’s where my hope restarts
A second chance is Heaven’s heart

When sin and ugliness
Collide with redemption’s kiss
Beauty awakens by romance

Always inside this mess
I have found forgiveness
Mercy as infinite as You

Countless second chances
We’ve been given at the cross
Countless second chances
We’ve been given at the cross

Fragments of brokenness
Salvaged by the art of grace
You craft life from our mistakes

Black skies of my regrets
Outshone by this kindness
New life dawns over my soul

11 thoughts on “Share A Song Monday

  1. arny

    I’ve really just discovered Gungor…love…beautiful things…
    “Could a garden still grow from this ground at all?”….so goood….

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  2. Eileen Post author

    Woohoo! Jenifer, before service started at my church yesterday…it was playing via CD in our church auditorium. I looked at my husband and said…”they’re playing my song! 😉

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  3. kelli

    I love this song! I have been listening alot to Paul Baloche and “To The Cross.” I started crying on the way to school the other day after listening to it:)

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