East and West ~ Jonathan David Helser

Written by on February 8, 2017

Today I’m excited to share my #1 favorite song with you:
“East and West” by Jonathan Helser from the album Live at Home.

“There’s no mistake I can make that could ever make you change Your love.”

Enjoy this 4-minute video and soak in the vast floorless sea of God’s mercy.

East went lookin’ for West
And never found him
Guilt went lookin’ for my past
But only found love

I heard about a sea where
Sin sinks like stones
There’s no floor
There’s just mercy down below

You can run for all your days
But you’ll never run away
There’s no mistake I can make
That could ever make you change
Your love

I heard about a Man with holes in His hands
He can hide mountains of sin in them
His smile destroys my religion
His love shakes down my prison

You can run for all your days
But you’ll never run away
There’s no mistake I can make
That could ever make you change
Your love

East went lookin’ for West and never found him…

“As far as the east is from the west,
So far has He removed our transgressions from us.”
Psalm 103:12

 

Friend, how do you release sins, mistakes and regrets to the east and west wind?

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Comments
    • Lynn Hare   On   February 9, 2017 at 5:28 pm

      Ben, absolutely! How terrific to share this song and Christ’s as-far-as-the-east-is-from-the-west thing with others. I love that His grace is your passion, too.

      • ben   On   February 10, 2017 at 7:37 am

        I like Susan went right out and bought in on iTunes. I had heard Jonathan David on the last Bethel collection which I picked up last year, but never knew anything about his independent stuff. My wife and I sat in the snow storm yesterday letting his website play through a dozen or more videos and we went right to iTunes and picked it up. Wonderful stuff.

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