What does it mean to bear your cross?

To carry your cross, means to fully put your trust in God amid the storms and battles in your life. It means that although you may be in an extremely difficult or painful situation, you always trust that God is with you in the midst of your suffering. As Christians, we try to live our life according to the will of God.

What does it mean to take up your cross and carry it?

It means to lay our “ego strength” aside. Taking up our cross means, instead, picking up those weaknesses that we so often try to run away from in life. Taking up our cross means carrying around those places where we are vulnerable, places where we are maybe even exposed to embarrassment and shame.

What does the song O Come to the altar mean?

Elevation Worship’s song, “O Come to the Altar,” is call to each of our hearts to respond to God’s incredible grace. Though none of us deserve it, He offers us a chance to have a relationship with Him. We no longer have to carry the burden of sin and death!

Who wrote O come to the altar lyrics?

Mack Brock
Chris BrownSteven Furtick
O Come to the Altar/Composers

Does God give us a cross to bear?

The Lord never promised that we could pick our cross, but He promised to be there to help us bear it. The Lord is faithful!

When was oh come to the altar written?

O Come to the Altar

“O Come to the Altar”
Released February 24, 2017
Genre Worship
Label Elevation
Songwriter(s) Chris Brown Mack Brock Steven Furtick Wade Joye

What is the original key of O Come to the altar?

Chords & Lyrics (Editable) Details

SongID 27778
Original Key B
Available Keys A, Ab, B, Bb, C, C#, D, Db, E, Eb, F, F#, G, G#, Gb, Numbers, Numerals
Meter 6/8
Themes Easter Sunday, Cross, Hallelujah, Christ, Jesus, Blood, Father, Altar, Sin, Calling, Forgiveness, Freedom, Invitation, Praise, Savior, Easter, Resurrection

Who is the lead singer of O Come to the altar?

Elevation WorshipO Come to the Altar / Artist

What does a cross mean in the Bible?

cross, the principal symbol of the Christian religion, recalling the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ and the redeeming benefits of his Passion and death. The cross is thus a sign both of Christ himself and of the faith of Christians.