King of Majesty (Hillsong)

VERSE 1
You know that
I love You
You know that
I want to know You so much more
More than I have before

VERSE 2
These words are
From my heart
These words are
Not made up
I will live for You
I am devoted to You

PRE-CHORUS
King of Majesty
I have one desire
Just to be with You my Lord
Just to be with You my Lord

CHORUS
Jesus You are the
Savior of my soul
And forever and ever I’ll give
My praises to You

Words & Music by Marty Sampson © Hillsong Music 2001

No Less Than a Feeling

Isn’t love for Jesus more than doing? John 14:15 says, “If you love me, you will keep my commandments.” So many people say: It says so right there. If you love me, you will keep my commandments. Love is obedience. It is not feeling any particular thing for Jesus. It is just doing what he said.

I would say: But that is not what you just said it said. It says, “If you love me,” then you will do this other thing called keeping my commandments. Loving Jesus is deep and foundational and transformative, because you treasure him above all things. And then, because of that love, that treasuring of him, you do what he commands.

So, what is the nature of the love? Yes, of course, it would include obedience, but it is not less than being transformed by a love for him — treasuring, admiring, delighting in, being satisfied by this most beautiful Treasure of all. The nature of love is: “I count everything as loss because of the surpassing worth of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord” (Philippians 3:8).

Christianity, what Jesus demands from us, is not most deeply and most fundamentally decisions of the will. That comes later. Deeply and most fundamentally Christianity is a new birth — a deep, profound transformation of what we treasure, what we love.

And if that deepest, fullest love isn’t for Jesus, then we are not worthy of Jesus. And being worthy of Jesus doesn’t mean deserving Jesus. It means being suitable, as a redeemed, forgiven person, to be in his presence. When he is your supreme Treasure, you belong with him. . – John Piper

King of Majesty is a lovesong to Jesus done in jubilation style of music. It’s a song of commitment to know the King of Majesty more and more not with outward appearances but with the real love for the Saviour.

And he said to him, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the great and first commandment. Matthew 22:37-38

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