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    “See to it no one takes you captive through hollow and deceptive philosophy, which depends on human tradition and the basic principles of this world rather than on Christ” (Colossians 2:8).

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    "The Basics of Life" by 4Him (song)

    We’ve Turned the Page, For a New Day Has Dawned 

    We’ve Re-arranged What Is Right and What’s Wrong 
    Somehow We’ve Drifted So Far From the Truth 
    That We Can’t Get Back Home 
    Where Are the Virtues That Once Gave Us Light 
    Where Are the Morals That Governed Our Lives 
    Someday We All Will Awake and Look Back 
    Just to Find What We’ve Lost


    We Need to Get Back 
    To the Basics of Life 
    A Heart That Is Pure 
    And a Love That Is Blind 
    A Faith That Is Fervently 
    Grounded in Christ 
    The Hope That Endures For All Times 
    These Are the Basics, 
    We Need to Get Back 
    To the Basics of Life

    (Verse 2)

    The Newest Rage Is to Reason It Out 
    Just Meditate and You Can Overcome Every Doubt 
    After All Man Is a God, They Say 
    God Is no Longer Alive

    But I Still Believe in the Old Rugged Cross 
    And I Still Believe There Is Hope For the Lost 
    And I Know the Rock of All Ages Will Stand 
    Through Changes of Time

    We’ve Let the Darkness Invade Us Too Long 
    We’ve Got to Turn the Tide 
    Oh and We Need the Passion That Burned Long Ago 
    To Come and Open Our Eyes 
    There’s no Room For Compromise 


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