Boldly I approach Your throne

On Sunday, we learned a great new song that sings of the freedom won for us by our Saviour, Jesus Christ. Boldly I approachbeautifully captures the heart of Martin’s sermon from Romans 6:1-14: a freedom centred on the reality that “the Great I Am” is now our Father, who fights for us and shields our souls eternally.
Because of His grace and the atoning blood of His Son, we can run boldly into the very throne room of God – and that is the heart of the greatest reason to celebrate in the whole of human history: “Knowing we’re free from condemnation”!
“Oh praise the One, praise the One, Who made an end to all my sin.”
By grace alone somehow I stand
Where even angels fear to tread
Invited by redeeming love
Before the throne of God above
He pulls me close with nail-scarred hands
Into His everlasting arms
When condemnation grips my heart
And Satan tempts me to despair
I hear the voice that scatters fear
The Great I Am the Lord is here
Oh praise the One who fights for me
And shields my soul eternally
Boldly I approach Your throne
Blameless now I’m running home
By Your blood I come
Welcomed as Your own
Into the arms of majesty
Behold the bright and risen Son
More beauty than this world has known
I’m face to face with Love Himself
His perfect spotless righteousness
A thousand years, a thousand tongues
Are not enough to sing His praise
This is the art of celebration
Knowing we’re free from condemnation
Oh praise the One, praise the One
Who made an end to all my sin
© 2014 Thankyou Music, Rend Collective