What He's Done (Acoustic) Sheet Music PDF (Passion)
What He's Done (Acoustic) Sheet Music PDF (Passion)
What He's Done (Acoustic)Passion
Piano/Vocal Pack Details
Download the sheet music for What He's Done (Acoustic) by Passion, from the album What He's Done EP. This song was arranged by Grant Wall in the key of D, Db.
|Album||What He's Done EP|
|Authors||Kristian Stanfill, Jacob Sooter, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Anna Golden|
|Publishers||Capitol CMG, Essential Music Publishing|
|CCLI Song No.||7189257|
|Instruments||Piano, Guitar, Vocal|
|Available Keys||D, Db|
|Theme||Calvary, Cross, Crucifixion, Easter, Faith, Forgiveness, Freedom, Jesus, Praise, Sin, Worship, Easter Sunday, Name of Jesus|
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What do you think is one of the most repeated commands in Scripture? There are the famous Ten Commandments, a plethora of additional commands the Israelites were supposed to obey in the Old Testament, and of course the greatest commandment: "'Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind'... And the second is like it: 'Love your neighbor as yourself.'" (Matthew 22:37,39) But the command we are given more often than most throughout Scripture may surprise you. It is not a warning or a "thou shalt not." It is simply this— give thanks! The Hebrew word for "thanks" is used forty-seven times in the Psalms alone. If we look at each occurrence, we notice it is often accompanied by a specific reason for giving thanks. The psalmists learned general thanks is valuable, but there is power in naming what God has done in our lives! Psalm 9:1 says, "I will give thanks to the Lord with my whole heart; I will recount all of your wonderful deeds." Wherever we find ourselves today, there is always room for giving thanks. There is always space to recount the faithfulness of God in our lives. In the harvest— give thanks.In the desert— give thanks.In the pain of heartbreak— give thanks.In the disappointment of dreams lost— give thanks. In the face of uncertainty— give thanks.In the grief of death— give thanks.In the celebration— give thanks! And there, in the middle of our gratitude, is right where we find God! Because His command to give thanks is an invitation to enjoy Him! It is in our rehearsing, retelling, and recounting of what God has done that we see once again His grace, mercy, love, and kindness toward us. When we remember what He's done— that Jesus, for the joy set before Him, endured the cross, emptied Himself, humbled Himself to the point of death so that we who believe in Him could be made alive with Him, that we should not perish but have everlasting life, we realize thankfulness is an act of praise! Our gratitude is worship! And we see once again Jesus is worthy to receive all the worship we can bring! Based on the song What He's Done by Mia Fieldes, Jacob Sooter, Chidima Ubah. Original post by Passion Music available on YouVersion based on the album - Burn Bright by Passion.
I will never forget what He has done. But sometimes, I do. Sometimes, I forget. I get caught up digging in the trash all around me, and I forget. I get lost in the noise, caught up in the busyness, engage in the criticism, and forget. We write grocery lists, keep calendars and have places to keep our keys and our phones. We use tools to remember these little everyday things. So the question is, "How do we remember the little things and forget the magnitude of what He has done?" Sing for the freedom He has wonEven death is dead and done, His life has overcomeSpeak, say the Name above all namesOver every broken place, He is risen from the grave Forgetting what He has done is entirely different. It is not like forgetting to buy cream for my coffee or a friend's birthday. We begin a dangerous, slow, inward roll when we forget what God has done. See on the hill of CalvaryMy Savior bled for me, my Jesus set me freeLook at the wounds that give me lifeGrace flowing from His side, no greater sacrifice We find ourselves at a loss to manage the mountains before us. Fear creeps in and reminds us of all the ways we can fail. Overwhelmed, we self-soothe with distractions. Relationships feel hard, our work exhausting, and our mood plummets. Our goals become cloudy and uncertain. It just begins to feel like too much. Brothers and sisters, I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.Philippians 3: 13-14 NIV Living in the world without remembering what He has done is like trying to run in ski boots. You don't go very fast or very far. Passion's What He's Done featuring Kristian Stanfill, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, and Anna Golden shifts our focus back to the sacrifice Jesus made to secure our heavenly home. Find a moment to sit alone and remember what he has done. Tracey Dahl, M.A. is a writer and Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) in Langley, BC (Canada). She is married to Ryan Dahl (Founder of PraiseCharts) and the mother of four grown children. What He's Done was written by Kristian Stanfill, Jacob Sooter, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Anna Golden and featured on Passion's Burn Bright album.