I Am Worn

Friday, February 8, 2013





Sometimes we are just too worn, too torn and we need a little hope. We are broken.  We are overwhelmed.  We can't see clearly because of the struggle.  It is my prayer this year  to see Him redeem all circumstances in my life...for Him to reveal that in the end it was worth the battle, the pain, the work.  This Sunday I will go and teach in my church...the lesson will merely be a question, "Can anything good come out of________?" (Fill in the blank with whatever the circumstance is.)  I believe that God's answer is always yes! We can take comfort in the fact that He is the "Great Twister of Trials" and will take the bad and shape it into something beautiful.

Tenth Avenue North - Worn
From the album The Struggle


I'm tired
I'm worn
My heart is heavy
From the work it takes to keep on breathing

I've made mistakes
I've let my hope fail
My soul feels crushed
By the weight of this world
And I know that you can give me rest
So I cry out with all that I have left

Let me see redemption win
Let me know the struggle ends
That you can mend a heart that's frail and torn

I want to know a song can rise
From the ashes of a broken life
And all that's dead inside can be reborn

Cause I'm worn

I know I need
To lift my eyes up
But I'm too week
Life just won't let up
And I know that You can give me rest
So I cry out with all that I have left

Let me see redemption win
Let me know the struggle ends
That you can mend a heart that's frail and torn

I want to know a song can rise
From the ashes of a broken life
And all that's dead inside can be reborn

Cause I'm worn

And my prayers are wearing thin
I'm worn even before the day begins
I'm worn I've lost my will to fight
I'm worn so heaven so come and fluid my eyes

Let me see redemption win
Let me know the struggle ends
That you can mend a heart that's frail and torn

I want to know a song can rise
From the ashes of a broken life
And all that's dead inside can be reborn

Yes all that's dead inside will be reborn
Though I'm worn
Yeah I'm worn

1 comment:

Candace Crabtree said...

LOVE this song. Would love to hear your Sunday School lesson too. :) I'm sure it was great.