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Are you past the point of weary
Is your burden weighing heavy
Is it all too much to carry
Let me tell you ‘bout my Jesus

Do you feel that empty feeling
‘Cause shame’s done all its stealing
And you’re desperate for some healing
Let me tell you ‘bout my Jesus

He makes a way where there ain’t no way
Rises up from an empty grave
Ain’t no sinner that He can’t save
Let me tell you ‘bout my Jesus
His love is strong and His grace is free
And the good news is I know that He
Can do for you what He’s done for me
Let me tell you ‘bout my Jesus

And let my Jesus change your life
Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah, amen, amen

Who can wipe away the tears
From broken dreams and wasted years
And tell the past to disappear
Let me tell you ‘bout my Jesus
And all the wrong turns that you would
Go and undo if you could
Who can work it all for your good
Let me tell you about my Jesus

Who would take my cross to Calvary
Pay the price for all my guilty
Who would care that much about me
Let me tell you ‘bout my Jesus

Song: My Jesus
Artist: Anne Wilson
Licensed to YouTube by: UMG (on behalf of Sparrow (SPR)); Capitol CMG Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc.

About This Song

In 2017, Wilson lost her brother, Jacob to a horrific car accident. After hearing the news from her father, the artist got a sign from God to be the family anchor.

“I heard God say to me, clear as day, ‘Anne, are you going to trust Me?’ I turned around right in that room, and I spoke to Jesus, and I said ‘Jesus, I trust you.’ All of a sudden, the weight of death was lifted fully off my shoulders, and I felt like I could breathe. I had this assurance that God was going to pull me through this tragedy to the other side.”

Jesus did not just provide strength to navigate the difficult time, but he gave her the courage to stand in front of an audience for the very first time at her brother’s funeral and perform.

“I sat down to play, and God said, ‘this is what I’m calling you to do. I’m calling you to praise and worship my name. Up until that point, I have never dreamed of being a singer or singing for God.” - Anne Wilson

Find out more about Anne Wilson with her interview with Celeb Country Secrets here