Come and Listen

Collisionentrypage Every time I hear the second song on David Crowder’s "Collision" album I find that love rushes from my heart towards Jesus.  David is a postmodern psalter.  And this particular psalm is a catalyst for me.  The invitative nature of this song calls me to raise my head from my introspection, calls me to respond to the attraction of my Savior, and calls me to bow, to weep, to yearn deeply for God.  Do you experience this too?  Here are the words, but you must be sure to listen:

Come and listen, come to the water’s edge, all you who know and fear the Lord.  Come and listen, come to the water’s edge all you who are thirsty, come.  Let me tell you what He has done for me.  Let me tell you what He has done for me, He has done for you, He has done for us.  Come and listen, come and listen to what He’s done.  Praise our God for He is good.  He has done for me, He has done for you, He has done for us.

3 Comments

  1. i just got this cd also and this song caught me right away, its one to just sit back, close your eyes. listen to and worship, just to enter into his presence and worship

  2. wow ken, you’re a master lyrical interpreter! Whenever I listen to that first line it sounds more like:
    “come and listen,comethewatersallyouwhoknowandfearthelord.”
    way to go!

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