Grace Is My Story, Redemption’s My Song

Grace Is My Story, Redemption’s My Song Paige Givens, copyright 2014 (BMI)

I’ve had a good life, full of sweet things
I’ve been sheltered underneath my Savior’s wings
But sometimes I wonder where the glory lies
In a story that’s without the lows and highs

But the glory’s in the grace that covers me
And in redemption that He gave so completely

Grace is my story, Redemption’s my song
And the Author of my life, He sings along
The good and the bad, each chapter belongs
Grace is my story, Redemption’s my song

I’ve made some choices along my way
That have been the source of grief and caused me pain
And sometimes I wonder if I could go back
Would I change my story where the glory lacks

But the glory’s in the grace that covers me
And in redemption that He gave so completely

It’s not just about how far we’ve come, how fast we ran, or what we’ve done before
It’s about His mercy and His blood that covers like a crashing flood to restor

The good and the bad, each chapter belongs
Grace is my story, Redemption’s my song

We’ve all got a story to share…what’s yours, friend?

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7 Responses to Grace Is My Story, Redemption’s My Song

  1. Tony Casson says:

    Five years ago, when the scars on my neck were still fresh and in the early days of my walk with God, I often found myself wishing I could have my life back and begin all over. It took a little while, but I finally heard God telling me that had already happened. His grace had covered me completely, and those things I thought I wanted to be erased from my memory became critical chapters in my story.
    “The good and the bad, each chapter belongs
    Grace is my story, Redemption’s my song”
    Thanks, Paige, for writing words which helped to remind me

  2. Alicia Baldwin says:

    Thank you, Paige, for doing a blog that uplifts on any day of the year. Giving of yourself, so freely, even with the trials of life, family and motherhood. God asked you to step up and you have. Always do. I’m proud to know you. You are amazing. Never give up on the message. God bless you and yours.

  3. Abigail Martin Neal says:

    Beautiful song! Love the words! Keep singing & writing these inspired Godly songs!

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