I made a note of this song weeks ago.
This came to my attention just now.
So my dahlings, someone out there needs to hear this, and better yet, believe this. We tend to believe what other people say about us too quickly. What does God say about us? Which is more important?
Over all the other voices, sometimes including my own, I choose to believe You God, and what You say.
When we got in the car he hit Bluetooth and said, “Listen to this. Cody Johnson has a new album.”
Cody is a good ‘ol Texas boy, so you’ll need to have ears for country music, otherwise they may bleed. 🙂
When we decide to sign that piece of paper to make what we have legal, this song will play at our wedding.
I’ve had the stereo on everyday since my daughter’s been gone. At first it was for extra sound. Then I began to feel God’s love through the music.
This song says, there’s never been a moment that I was not loved by Him, but it doesn’t always seem that way. My daughter is on a very long and full flight home today, but she made the comment, “I feel so alone.” I know she’s not, and I pray that God will place someone in her path to bring her comfort.
So where could I go that I could wander from your sight
And where could I run and never leave behind
Your all consuming
Never ending love
There’s never been a moment, no
We might lose sight of Him, but He never loses sight of us. I hope you can feel His love in the music.
Enjoy your Sunday beautiful souls.
Much love to you! ~ Barb xx
I tell my daughter to look for windows.
It’s not always a door God will open.
I’ve sang this song in my heart for her since she was small. Today, we sing it for one another.
Mr. Smith and I have different taste in music.
He doesn’t listen to ‘radio’ music. He will sit at his laptop for hours, headphones in place, and dig until he finds what feeds his soul. I believe music is like a therapy session for him, and I’m all for that. Smith knows the true meaning of “Feel the Music.”
“When is the last time you wrote a Feel the Music?”, she asked.
It was one year ago God put this series on my heart. He even gave me the title.
There was a time in my life I stopped feeling the music. Sure, I would listen to the lyrics, but to let the music get inside and move you. That’s what this series is about.
When this song comes on the radio, my daughter grins.
My feet start tapping as I turn up the volume, and yell, “Whip whip!” It’s impossible to sit still during this song! She knows I love it and suggested it for Feel the Music.
My daughter has watched me begin writing less. She wants me to continue writing, but there has been a shift.
Writing isn’t the forefront of my life today. I’m living life and taking time to jot it down.
There have been many changes this year and there will be more. I’m to a point where I just want to be used by God however He sees fit. He has used me a lot in life and I have done and been a lot of things, but He’s not done yet!
I don’t want to step gracefully through the pearly gates.
I want to take a running start and slide through head first.
To live each day and roll with what He lays in front of me.
To make God proud. I’m willing to do whatever it takes.
In the past four years, I’ve had the pleasure of loving two men. I don’t talk about it much, but love has been on my mind this weekend, as you can see from yesterday’s post.
Social media teaches us it’s all about the numbers. Once I realized that, it was a sad day seeing numbers, instead of souls. All of my accounts are now closed except for one.
When I began this Blog it was for a couple of reasons.
One-I wanted my daughter to have a place to go, and read about our life together. Two-I wanted to change somebody’s perspective on life. Not the world, just one.
There is a comment sitting in my comment folder that I will not publish, but this Blog changed her world. There is an email sitting in my Inbox from the son of a dear friend. He found this Blog, and was impacted when I wrote about her.
Hearing this song made me think of those men. It was love that changed their world, and loving them changed mine.
I love to love. That’s what I do. One Blog post at a time.