Feel the Music, God

Write This Down

Three months ago, I felt God say, “Write this Down.” I was driving, and George Strait was singing that song on the radio. The Feel the Music series had just started, so I thought He was showing me a song.

I texted it to myself, “Write this down”, and let it go. It wasn’t time yet.

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I was growing weary in my writing. God was working on me, and I was writing it down. You think I beat you up? I’m buying stock in Band-Aid!!!

But there is one thing I knew. (look at what you know)

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Satan was trying to get me to stop writing, so I wrote that down with Hey Satan! Dat You?

It all started with Feel the Music. To be able to do that series, He had to put me through it. I was pondering discouragement, and look what God did!

Here’s something fun. Go to my main page https://letitgocoach.com/. Scroll down, and find “Set Me Free.” on April 6th. Save the date, because it’s now considered an “Older Blog.” What you will be scrolling through is everything God has done!

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In honor of The King of Country Music, and the “One True King”…here’s some music.

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Feel the Music

The video says it all. I am supposed to have childlike faith, and then life happens. I’m going back!

Feel the Music

Feel the Music

I know I have been sharing a lot of Christian music recently, but that is what I have been listening to. Allow me to show you how God is trending in my life.

Music was not a part of my life for a season. Four years ago, I had this phone I absolutely loved, and it had free music on it. You may recall, it’s the phone I used to play my praise and worship music on the pier in Praise Him Anyway

My phone carrier stopped offering the free music feature. I just never took time to reload something else on my phone. Hey Satan! Dat You? When my daughter received this stereo for Christmas, music was back in our home. God wants us to hear, and feel the music.

Psalm 95:1 says, “Come, let us sing for joy to the LORD; let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation.”

Well…This week, I have been singing so much, and so loudly, my throat is sore.

It all started when my daughter hooked up that sub-woofer. It was more than just hearing it like before. The bass made my chair vibrate as I was writing!

This is song number three this week, but every time it comes on the radio, I jump up and start singing along with it. I’ve danced so much, my dog tries to dance along with me. If my 12-year-old dog gets excited, my hope is God does too. I’m Coming Out!

Through this song, God is saying, “If you could only let your guard down. You could learn to trust me somehow. I swear, that I won’t let you go.” God Uses Scraps.

I do trust Him. He used my Cancer Journey to show me I could trust Him with my life. Literally! If you look at my posts from this week, you can see my guard coming down. He gave me the name Letitgocoach, and I want to live up to that name. He hasn’t let me go yet, so why should He start now? I’m finally to the point of not letting Him go either.

Feel the Music

Feel the Music

I am still lovin my house thumpin with dat bass thoooooo. If you are lost here, you can read our last Feel the Music, and catch up. Basically, my daughter figured out how to hook up the sub woofer to her stereo before she left to go visit her Dad.

I now know how to get her out of bed without even walking into her room!

It’s amazing how it feels when something is completely connected. We enjoyed the stereo pre-subwoofer, but now it’s like, Holy Cow! I can feel the vibration of the music. The whole house can, the cows, and probably the one neighbor!

It’s the same way when we are completely connected to God. I am learning to be still again, and just feel His presence. Just like in that Chemo chair. He is the vibration of life and love. This song has really good bass, so if you can, turn it up and feel it.

“I have this hope, in the depth of my soul. In the flood or the fire, you’re with me, and you won’t let go.”

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Feel the Music

Most Sunday mornings, I listen to The Country Top 30, on the radio. Last week, they announced an ‘Almost made it’, song which means, it almost made it into the Top 30.

My daughter and I just looked at one another like, “What the heck?” We have been listening to this song for a couple of months. Good ol’ Florida Georgia Line.

They are about as Redneck as you can get, but people hate on them for not being ‘Country.’ Out of all the people they had access to, they chose The Backstreet Boys to be on this song. God had a purpose long before people had an opinion, and this song is so true. These guys have a huge heart, and that heart is for God. Enjoy!

Feel the Music

Feel the Music

I haven’t driven my truck all week. That is why I haven’t posted a song, because I usually hear the right song while driving. Today? I had to run away from home.

I didn’t go far, and wasn’t gone long, but that little drive refreshed me. The last time I drove my truck was four days ago, and I had a conversation with God. Ever since we had that talk, I’ve had my head down, and focused on what He has called me to do.

It has been an intense week of trying to pull all the little pieces together. Everything He has given me to work with is scattered around, so it’s one step, and then another. Each step I take, and complete, leads to more steps. It’s mesmerizing to watch it unfold.

It felt great when this song came on! I rolled my windows down, turned the volume up where the bass was thumping, and drove straight through the countryside. Enjoy!

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Feel the Music

I hear this song almost every time I get into my truck. This is the Acoustic version, so it will sound a little different than what you hear on the radio.

This has been in my draft folder all week, but I feel led to share it now.

It reminds me when I am too much in my own world, that He is King of the World.

“When did I forget that you’ve always been the King of the world?” And when I pray, and God is not answering fast enough, “I try to take life back right out of the hands of the King of the world.” I can take life too seriously, so it’s good to know, He is still on the throne.

Feel the Music

Feel the Music

When I left my marriage, my daughter and I moved to a little house on 40 acres of land.

It was absolute nothingness, but it had a pond with a pier standing over it. Early in the morning, I would walk to the pier with my coffee, and phone. Pulling up my playlist of Praise and Worship, I would bounce all over that pier praising Him. That was most mornings anyways. There were some mornings all I could do was stand there and whisper the words. Even though I was still praising Him, I am sure it sounded broken.

Feel the Music

Feel the Music

I heard this song on my way home from town. The songs used for this Feel the Music series are usually revealed while driving my truck. I am still, and focused at that time.

People are in a world of pain. I won’t go through the list, but there are many choices available today, to cover up pain. The best way to deal with pain, is to acknowledge, feel it, and let it go. You don’t unpack your bag and stay there. These songs may stir it up, so you can feel it, and every time you do, you can release it a little bit more each time.

Will it be fun? No. Will it be painful? Yes, but the good news is…It’s only temporary.

We are seeing a society that goes from one relationship, to another. Trying to fill a void that can only be filled by a long, hard look in the mirror. A break up is a hard pain to bear, but it must be faced, or it will travel onto the next one. You can be a whole person alone, and then you have a whole person to offer up. Here is today’s Feel the Music song.

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Feel the Music (Overcomer)

I have been waiting all day for an inspiration.

Listening to the radio, and paying attention to every song, but nothing resonated.

I was calling it a day, and stretched out to read some Blogs from my WordPress community. As I was reading a Blog written by simplemesimplelife, I cannot even describe what came over me. She wrote a beautiful Blog, learning about Letting Go, and you can read it here. In the last paragraph, she mentions me, and refers to me as a kindred spirit, and an overcomer.

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I was overcome with emotion that she would mention me, and refer to me as an Overcomer. My darling friend, thank you for inspiring me for tonight’s song.

I have not thought of myself in that way before, but that is what my Blog reveals. The star of my story is God. Whatever it is you may be going through, I know He’s not gonna let it get the best of you! Turn them speakers up, and remind yourself. You’re an Overcomer!