WHO WILL SING A LULLABY

DAY BREAKS, HEARTACHES 
IF THE WORLD COULD SEE IT, IN MY EYES 
HELPLESS, SO RESTLESS 
AS THE LONELY DAYS GIVE WAY TO NIGHT 

WHO WILL SING TO ME 
WHO WILL LOVE ME 
WHO WILL HOLD ME WHEN I CRY 
WHO WILL LOVE ME, TELL ME WHO WILL HOLD ME 
WHO WILL SING A LULLABY? 


SOULFUL, HOPEFUL 
WITH SO VERY MUCH TO SHARE INSIDE 
NEEDING, I AM PLEADING 
TAKE THIS TINY HAND OF MINE 

CHORUS 

CARING, SHARING 
DON’T LOSE THIS CHANCE TO SAVE MY LIFE 
LOVE IS SELFLESS, IT’S SO PRICELESS 
AND I HAVE SO MUCH LOVE TO GIVE 

CHORUS 2X

 Who will sing a lullaby to the orphans Isa 59:15,16? Only their Creator, God Isa 60:20. He wants everyone to know Him through His interactions with His people.

‘I am the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob’.  Mk 12:26

If we want to know God intimately, we must study the passages of the Bible, in which God has had interactions with mankind. God told Abraham, ‘Leave your country and your people, and go to the land I will show you’ (Ac 7:3). We learn from this passage that the God of Abraham intervenes in human lives to call individuals to complete His plan that He has prepared for them.

With Isaac, his father had bound him to an altar on Mount Moriah to be sacrificed. However, God intervened to save Isaac by providing a substitute, a ram (Gen 22:12,13). We learn from this story that the God of Isaac intervenes in human lives to save them.

With Jacob, God shows us that He never gives up on His people. Jacob lived a life of lies and deceit and ran from both his family and God. Then God appeared to Jacob and the wrestled with him all night. After Jacob’s hip was wrenched out of its socket, Jacob wanted to know God’s name and to receive a blessing (Gen 32:22-29). We learn from this meeting that the God of Jacob is intimately involved in our lives and intervenes to change things.  

In summary, it does not matter if you are an orphan or the richest and most famous person in the world, we all need God and fortunately He wants a relationship with each one of us.  As the God of Abraham, He calls us to Himself, as the God of Isaac, He will save us, and  as the God of Jacob, He will change our character.