Over the past ten years, Vicki Yohe has written some of the most popular songs sung in churches. This song describes the singer’s recognition of the holiness of God, and of the preciousness of His love for us.

Soul Cries out

When I think about Your mercy and love
When I think about the great things You’ve done for me
I get this feeling – something I can’t contain
And my soul cries out in worship – my soul cries out in worship
I think of how You’ve been my comfort an strength
My rock, my refuge – shelter in my time of need
I can’t stay quit, there’s a new song in me

 

And my soul cries out in worship – my soul cries in worship to You

Lord I lift up my hands and I just wanna say, worthy
You are worthy of honor and praise
I will open my heart and let the praises flow from me
And fill the very throne-room of God, fill the very throne-room of God

Each day I wake to find new mercy again
Your faithfulness is something I ’ll never understand
And just to know that You are mindful of me
My soul cries out in worship, my soul cries out in worship to You

Lord let this offering be holy and true
From a life of worship I wanna glorify You
More than just words, with a rhyme and melody
I wanna offer something pleasing – father offer something pleasing to You

Reflections to Consider

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Publications

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Music

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Audio & Video

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Favorites

  • The Cleansing of the Temple by RC Sproul +

    http://www.ligonier.org/account/dashboard/sermon/151/download/ In this incident of Jesus cleansing the temple, Dr. Sproul points out that the activities being performed were legitimate, Read More
  • The Prodigals by Kevin DeYoung +

    During the Gospel Coalition conference in 2013, Kevin DeYoung gave a thoughtful, spirit-led sermon on Luke 15. He was able Read More
  • Centered on one or the other by Ray Ortlund +

    ". . . a friend of tax collectors and sinners!" Luke 7:34 What does it mean for a church to be gospel-centered? That's Read More
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Hidden Blessings

  • Book of God, Walter Wangerin +

    I was in a leadership turbogroup during the spring of 2007. At Randy's suggestion, I listened to Walter Wangerin's audio Read More
  • Martin Luther’s Quiet Time, Walter Trobisch +

    Martin Luther had a barber named Peter Beskendorf who asked his world-famous customer and doctor of theology, "Dr. Luther, how Read More
  • Clay Enoch Devotional Sculpture +

    Clay Enoch, a sculptor in Colorado Springs, Colorado, creates powerful bronze sculptures with Biblical themes: Creation, Praise, Contrition, Still Water, Read More
  • Without Faith...Can I Survive? +

    Examine yourselves to see whether you are living in the faith. Test yourselves. Do you not realize that Jesus Christ Read More
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