Christianity 201

September 18, 2012

Worship Moment: To Be Like You

Amplified – Phil 3:10 [For my determined purpose is] that I may know Him [that I may progressively become more deeply and intimately acquainted with Him, perceiving and recognizing and understanding the wonders of His Person more strongly and more clearly], and that I may in that same way come to know the power outflowing from His resurrection [which it exerts over believers], and that I may so share His sufferings as to be continually transformed [in spirit into His likeness even] to His death, [in the hope]

Getting this 1984 worship song added to our YouTube channel has been an obsession. (There’s everything there from metal to worship, but all the songs have personal significance.)  The song has an infectious introduction with keyboards by John Andrew Schreiner which draws you into some beautiful worship lyrics sung by Pam Fadness. The song was written by Dan Marks.  Allow it to help you focus on the goal of being conformed to the image of Jesus Christ.

Jesus, I want to be just like You
I want to do the things You do
And Jesus, I’m sorry that I’ve fallen short
But I won’t give up on the dream I hold

To be like You, that’s my only prayer
To be like You, Jesus won’t you help me
To be like You, I’m down on my knees
‘Cause I want you to know that I’m longing
to be just like you.

There is another version of this song available online for listening or download which credits the song to Pam Fadness and Calvary Chapel Downey at this address: http://worshipsong.com/songs/songdetails/to-be-like-you1/listen

2 Comments »

  1. Glad to be of service Paul…anytime just let me know Blessings Darrell

    Comment by darrellcreswell — September 18, 2012 @ 9:20 pm | Reply

  2. WOW!! A blast from the past!
    Brought back great memories. Pastor Dan Marks (composer) went home to be with The Lord almost 2 years ago. So neat to see how our gifts that are used for God can continue to bless others after we are gone.

    Thanks for posting this song.

    -pam

    Comment by Pam Fadness — June 6, 2013 @ 12:04 am | Reply


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