“But God, being rich in mercy, because of the great love with which he loved us, even when we were dead in our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ—by grace you have been saved— and raised us up with him and seated us with him in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus” (Eph 2:4-6).
Do you still remember the commonly told Parable of the Lost Sheep? Isn’t that an uplifting Bible story? Let’s say you were the lost sheep. You wander alone in the dark and wilderness feeling cold and frightened. What else can be more touching than knowing that your dear father has left all your siblings at home to look for you? And the moment he found you, he became the happiest person in the world. And you, being rescued from the edge of nothingness, would soon realize how lucky you are to have the chance to experience the fullness of life.
The burning hope that the story brings us is so strong that it moves us each time we listen to it. It somehow reminds us to let our life’s story reflect the Parable of the Lost Sheep. In addition to the story, here’s another source of inspiration to keep us spiritually uplifted. It’s a beautiful song about being lost and found at last by no other than the Savior. Let’s listen to it wholeheartedly. Believe me dear readers, there’s a feeling of being so much blessed found in this song. Moreover, it will leave you being grateful and say, “Indeed, He came looking for me.”
Jason, Adam, Aaron, Kelly and Terah Crabb consist the southern gospel group The Crabb Family. They originated from Beaver Dam, Kentucky. Formed by their parents Gerald and Kathy Crabb, the group started recording songs in 1996. During their active years between 1996-2007 as a group, sixteen of their songs became No. 1 on the national radio charts. That made them hold the record of having the second most No.1 songs on the Singing News Top 80 Radio Airplay Charts next to The McKameys. One of their chart-topper releases is the song “He Came Looking for Me.” In 2005, the song received the GMA Dove Award for Southern Gospel Recorded Song of the Year. George Beverly Shea and Rhea Miller penned the tune.
Photo credit: The Crabb Family Official Website
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George Beverly Shea, Gerald & Kathy Crabb, Rhea Miller, The Crabb Family
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