Why is life so fragile?
Here today, gone tomorrow.
Death seems to target at random
Yesterday present, today a memory
How fragile it can be.
Why do I dwell in the past?
Death teaches that life is fleeting
I'm barely here, in the present.
Time doesn't wait around
And the future so easily draws you in
How death only wants to steal
To destroy and to kill
Yet this I call to mind
You have come to give life
And life to the fullest.
A slave to sin, I am no more
I give up my life, to finally live
Give us today, this very day
As to live is Christ, and to die is gain
I freely walk, no longer bound by chains.
Now, O death where is your sting?
The grave is conquered, Jesus is king
The resurrection has changed the story
Your suddenness exchanged for eternity
O death where is your victory?