The Father’s Heart Meaning

The Father’s Heart is a song by Hillsong, appeared on their album “A Beautiful Exchange” and released in 2010.

The song means that the Father’s Heart is the only place where we’re ever safe, the place where we can lock all our trust. The heart that always longs and want to hug us tight, the heart that’s willing to forgive us although we committed thousands of sins. This is the only door that always open and waits for us and take us back when we messed up again. The heart that’s ready to takes pride that possessing us. The heart that can enlighten the world from the storm. All sins was broken because of our Father’s Heart.

Lyrics:

Verse 1
When the walls close in around me
Let Your glory light the darkness of my night
When the suffering’s all that I see
May I walk with You by faith and not by sight

Verse 2
On the throne of sweet surrender
I have nothing but to offer You my life
Greater love I have not found it
Oh by mercy You have eased this troubled mind
Open hearted I will search and I will find

Chorus
Whoa
Sin is broken
The lost now chosen
The Father’s heart

Verse 3
Humble king You go before me
By Your grace I stand for everything that’s true
Through Your Son I am made worthy
There’s no other who can love me like You do
And forever I keep running back to You

Sin is broken
The lost now chosen
The father’s heart

Outro
You reign
You reign in all the earth
Whoa

1 John 3:1 – “See what great love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God! And that is what we are! The reason the world does not know us is that it did not know him.”

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