Recently I had the privilege of listening to Shane Idleman online, a Pastor from Westside Christian Fellowship in California. I had been digging around in the wee hours of the morning looking for devotional material, and found several of his sermons, one of which is called “Save Me From Myself”.
This particular sermon reminded me of a song I wrote a long time ago, entitled “I’m the Unfaithful.”This song has never made it onto an album, but remains to be one of my all time favourites.
“I’m the Unfaithful”
When the silence shouts inside I know I’m overdue, for a cup of water and a living word from you. [clickandtweet handle=”” hashtag=”” related=”” layout=”” position=””]Oh but just for once you’d think I could remember who it was to save me from myself.[/clickandtweet]
When the wind blows through my soul I know it’s you I miss. No one else could ever hope to make sense of all of this. Oh but just for once you’d think I’d meet you halfway, but you’re always first in line for me.
I’m the unfaithful, eternally grateful child you died to see. Who seldom remembers how to surrender and give you all of me….