I see You kneeling in the garden as tears of love pour down / I hear You calling on the Father “Not my will but Yours be done” / I see You lifting up the broken / I see Your life poured out / I hear You praying on the mountain
/ Father I will follow You / Jesus I will follow You
I will wait, for my trust is in the Lord / I will wait Jesus You are my reward / As I wait You reveal Your majesty / In the silence You are singing over me “You are my beloved”
I will kneel before You Jesus as my heart pours out / I am calling on You Father / Not my will but Yours be done / Not my will but Yours be done
I will take up my cross as I follow You Lord / I will count all as loss as I wait on You Lord
When I survey the wondrous cross on which the Prince of Glory died / My richest gain I count but loss and pour contempt on all my pride / See from His head, His hands, His feet / Sorrow and love flow mingled down / Did e’er such love and sorrow meet or thorns compose so rich a crown / Were the whole realm of nature mine that were an offering far too small / Love so amazing so divine demands my soul, my life, my all
I see Your people in a room / I hear a rushing sound / Every heart is drawn to Jesus as Your Spirit pours out
“Beloved” Written by Darlene Zschech, Leeland Mooring and Casey Moore
“When I Survey” Written by Isaac Watts
Led by Darlene Zschech & Pati Telea
Beloved: © 2016 Integrity Worship Music/ASCAP, EWI, Inc/APRA (both adm worldwide at CapitolCMGPublishing.com, excluding the UK which is adm by Integrity Music, part of the David C Cook family), Bethel Worship Publishing/BMI CCLI # 7066058
When I Survey: Public Domain
Behind the Song:
BEHIND THE SONG:
“Beloved” has been a beautiful song to be a part of.. trying to humbly wrap a melody around that picture of Jesus, laying down His life and saying, “not my will, but Yours Oh Lord” … And Casey and Leeland are a dream to write with - I was so blessed that they were willing to write with me.
It was in rehearsal for this song that our Hope UC team started singing ‘When I survey’… again, being very aware as we worshiped of the sacrifice that Jesus paid for us all.
Isaac Watts wrote and based this hymn on Galatians 6:14. “But God forbid that I should glory, save in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, by whom the world is crucified unto me, and I unto the world.”
The love the Father has for us blows me away continually, the way He calls us His Beloved, and continues to love us no matter what.