Marty Miller Song Lyrics and Chord Sheets
All of Marty's songs are also available on background CD or
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individual Marty Miller songs. Just click the links, and your
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This is a song that I wrote for my mother and sang at her funeral back in 2001. It is a fantasy story of what it might be like for her in heaven. She went through a hard life, but always dreamed of having a small cottage by a river, with a white picket fence. She also never had a middle name in life, so God has now given her one through His loving grace…
Every Promise Will Come True
I wrote this song after getting back from Nashville, where I met Steven Curtis Chapman. He shared a number of songs of God’s faithfulness, and it prompted me to write these lyrics.
This is a song about fellowship, and just what that word means. I used to think it met “eating” since our church would always involve food in our fellowship times. But fellowship goes much deeper, to the point of being able to give to one another in order to live a fuller, open life for Jesus.
I wrote this, to help the listener get a better picture of how God tugs at our heart to step out and live for Him as a missionary in the real world, to help us see that is it not just for someone else who is “magically” fit to be a world traveler. It is for every person in Christ. Although this song points specifically to people who are being tugged by God to be a full-time missionary, the fact remains that we ALL are missionaries for Christ, and should treat that as our full-time livelihood.
This is about how to use our open, vulnerable conversations with the Lord to help us get through all of the ups and downs in life. To talk to Christ about everything.