Oooh…That’s My Song!

Posted: September 25, 2013 in Christianity, faith, God, Jesus Christ, Uncategorized
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You ever notice how funny it is to watch someone when their favorite song comes on?  All of a sudden they shift from regular conversation to American idol performance mode.They may jump up, snap their fingers, shake, shimmy or hit a two-step to the beat. We all know that one person who  tries to hit the note they have no business reaching for—all the while  completely lost in absolute bliss.   It is something truly amusing to watch. The right song can shift your mood instantly.  Weighed down with the heaviness and disappointments of life, the beauty of the right song transports  you to a light and carefree space.  A powerful  song can really speak to your spirit or your particular situation. Many a song have made some difficult life lessons and concepts easier to grasp. We can all attest that certain melodies have brought us through some rough seasons, memorialized beautiful memories and has been the balm that helped bring healing to some deeply painful wounds.

Witnessing firsthand the awesome display of God’s power, the children of Israel passionately proclaimed:  “The Lord is my strength and song, And He has become my salvation”(Exodus 15:2, NKJV).

If regular songs can do so much for us, imagine how much better off we would be if we allowed the Lord to be our song? If we allow Him to be the central melody in our lives? If we keep Him as the key rhythmn in our heart and march to the beat of His ways, His will and His plan for us? Our lives would flow so much more harmoniously. Not necessarily easier, but certainly more fulfilling, complete and melodically entwined with God to display all of the goodness and beauty that He is.

Let the Lord be your song and I guarantee you will make beautiful music together. Marching to the beat of His drum …and yet still I rise.

With peace and blessings may you continue to rise always,

Stillirise323

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