I Surrender All. Really?

Many times we sing songs such as “I Surrender All” but do we really? Are our hearts really open to allow the Lord our God to have His way in us? When He asks us to do the hard things do we do them without question, complaint, or understanding why? What percentage of our heart do we hold back, or do we?


“He answered, “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind’; and, ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.'”

Luke 10:27




Blessings to you.

14 thoughts on “I Surrender All. Really?

  1. It is always easier said than done. There must be some people who are blessed enough not to question or complain. Being able to surrender is a blessing in itself.


  2. so true Sue – I was pondering (you’ll see it tomorrow, I expect) about how this actually worked for Jesus.


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  4. Surrender……such a big word. A word that carries tremendous weight. I know I have things that I have not surrendered and I guess it’s a lifelong journey. Everyday us an opportunity to surrender, to give God my all.
    Thanks for sharing this Sue…..



  5. I came across this song a couple of weeks ago and I have used it continually as a prayer to Jesus….. As I surrender breakthroughs are beginning to happen with my fears. I know I have to continually surrender. Thank you for sharing x


    • Hi Jacque: Yes, it is a continual process of surrendering unto Him. Praise God for the breakthroughs He is giving you. Thank you for your input and blessings to you.


  6. Thank you, Sue, for helping us ask ourselves the harder questions . . .do we really surrender all? It seems like when I finally get one thing surrendered, then He shows me something else. :).


    • You are not alone in this flesh vs. Spirit battle. We are all needing to surrender things almost daily if not daily. I appreciate your input. Blessings to you.


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