Alabaster Jar A Self Offering Song

One of the favorite songs of my wife right now is “Alabaster Jar“.

The song is more like a devotional-worship song. It suppose to have a little bit solemn music. But since the song was sung by various Christian hard musicians, it seems like to fit more for the younger generation.

The music is quite noisy, which is very similar to Hillsong. The oldies might not accept this music well, but for sure, most of our young people will love it.

Anyway, Alabaster Jar is still one of the most well known music as of the moment. Hope you’ll enjoy the music.

Alabaster Jar

Christ For The Nations Institute

Source of Lyrics and Chords:

G  D/F#  Em  C

Verse 1:
This alabaster jar
is all I have of worth
I break it at Your feet, Lord
It’s less than You deserve
You’re far more beautiful
More precious than the oil
The sum of my desires
and the fullness of my joy!

Like You spilled Your blood,
C                    Em7
I spill my heart as an offering
to my King

G        D/F#
Here I am, take me
Em7  C
As an offering
G     D/F#       Em7
Here I am, giving every heartbeat
C          G
For Your glory take me

Verse 2:
The time that I have left
is all I have of worth
I lay it at Your feet, Lord
It’s less than You deserve
And though I’ve little strength
And though my days are few,
You gave Your life for me
So, I will live my life for You

Worthy, Worthy
You are worthy
Em7           C
Worthy is the Lord (repeat as desired) (sing simultaenous with Chorus)

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