A Loaf Of Bread

 

A Loaf Of Bread, Education, Food, Health, Heart, Inspiration, Lifestyle, Music, News, Risk, Suffering, Trouble, World

This song written by Bryan Jeffery Leech embraces and challenges us to:

– to reject the low plains of selfish living

– to reject the excuse that man-made systems around us are beyond our control

– to reject the notion that employment can only be had by a compromising few

– to reject the urge to do nothing about the suffering all around us

A Loaf Of Bread, Education, Food, Health, Heart, Inspiration, Lifestyle, Music, News, Risk

Here are the lyrics of Bryan Jeffery Leech’s song:

Let Your Heart Be Broken

1

Let your heart be broken for a world in need:

Feed the mouths that hunger, soothe the wounds that bleed,

Give the cup of water and the loaf of bread

Be the hands of Jesus, serving in His stead.

2

Here on earth applying principles of love,

Visible expression God still rules above

Living illustration of the Living Word

To the minds of all whove Never seen or heard.

3

Blest to be a blessing privileged to care,

Challenged by the need apparent everywhere.

Where mankind is wanting, fill the vacant place.

Be the means through which the Lord reveals His grace.

4

Add to your believing deeds that prove it true,

Knowing Christ as Savior, make Him Master, too.

Follow in His footsteps, go where He has trod;

In the worlds great trouble risk yourself for God.

5

Let your heart be tender and your vision clear;

See mankind as God sees, serve Him far and near.

Let your heart be broken by a brothers pain;

Share your rich resources, give and give again.

If each person made it his or her life work to reach out to those around us, our world would be a much better place.

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