Everyone wants to serve God. Some of us serve God by means of spreading the word of God to the helpless people, going to church every Sunday, and attending Sunday services. However, even if we have done those things to serve God, we are not exempted from facing trials in life.
Those trials are the reasons for us to trust in God more. God’s love for us is unconditional and He is the only one who can give us that. Listen to this song from Josh Turner “I Serve a Savior,” and you will surely get inspiration from it.
“I Serve a Savior”
This is a song written by Josh Turner and Mark Narmore. American record producer Kenny Greenberg produced this song. It was released on October 2018 as a single from his album, I Serve a Savior. Moreover, this song album was Turner’s first gospel album released.
I Serve a Savior is a collection of different popular gospel songs. Upon its release, the album peaked number 2 on the U.S. Billboard Christian Albums chart and U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums chart, and number 41 on the U.S. Billboard top 200.
About the Song
According to Turner, he and Narmore had penned this song before Turner’s knew they will be working on a gospel album.
I serve a Savior
It’s what I was made for
His grace and love I don’t deserve
I will be faithful
Humble and grateful
My life is greater ’cause I serve a Savior
The following lyrics of the song shows a strong Christian who has God in his/her life. Looking at the words put into this song shows that serving God has something to do with having a great life. Before serving God, we must first learn to believe and trust in His will.
I Serve A Service, Josh Turner
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