Thursday, March 17th, 2011
A couple of weeks ago, I scratched a note to myself during the weekend service. It was a reminder to download “I Will Not Be Shaken” (by Tommy Walker) into my “Fav Worship” playlist.
I don’t remember now why the song touched me so much when I wrote the note. But today it became a prayer for my brothers and sisters in Japan.
Oh Lord, may your children in Japan be able to say with a strong heart,
So I’ll stand and trust
I’ll stand in faith
I will not be shaken
Our God will not be moved
Our God will never change
Our God will reign forevermore
For a long time to come, I think this song will turn my heart to pray for Japan, where the Gospel is so desperately needed–even before the earthquake and tsunami.
Maybe you too?
Here’s a way to combine our worship with tangible help for Japan.
Like many bloggers, I get a small percentage of every Amazon.com purchase that a reader links to from my website. I promise you that every penny I receive from any purchases of Tommy Walker music will go to Japan for relief.
This opportunity for generosity applies to your purchase of any of his music from Amazon.com that you make when you go to Amazon through any of the links here.
I will send your donations to CRASH (Christian Relief, Assistance, Support and Hope). CRASH aims to equip Christians in Japan to be ready when disaster strikes to show the love of Jesus in practical and effective ways, and is endorsed by JEMA (the Japan Evangelical Missionary Association) and works in cooperation with the Disaster Relief Commission of the Japan Evangelical Association.
So your purchases will help Japanese Christians be the hands and face of Jesus to their fellow countrymen and -women.
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