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Can You Say “The King is Here”?

July 19, 2013

Have you ever considered Jesus might be walking along with you with His hand on your shoulder? Listening to your every care, concern, and complaint He takes each step with you. Patient and loving, He is there to be with you on your journey.

This may seem mystical to some, or unreal to others. After all, why would God come down here for me? He has already been here, and continues to be here with each of us. He is there in our hurts and pains. He celebrates in our victories. He is here!

This makes me wonder how different it would be if we really believed our King is here with us. Listen to this song for a few minutes and absorb the words. Let them sink to your soul until you can cry out “The King is Here!”

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  1. Mandy McLean permalink

    Christa Black co-wrote this song with Kim! She likes to sing it a little faster and in a different key; both are AWESOME!!!!

    • I knew they co-wrote it. Did not know Christa Blacks also sings it.

      Thanks for taking the time to post here!

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