Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Wednesday Worship: Angels We Have Heard On High

Not yet in the Christmas spirit? Listen to this version of Angels We Have Heard On High by Pentatonix. This should certainly push you over the Christmas edge.

I'm late to the Pentatonix party, but I just love the a capella renditions from this group.

Peace & Blessings,


Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Wednesday Worship: I Love The Lord

Grammy-award winning artist Natalie Grant singing an all-time favorite, I Love the Lord, at the 50th anniversary commemoration of the March on Washington.

I can't hear this one enough!

Peace & Blessings,


Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Wednesday Worship: It's Already Done

It's done
What I shall be, I already am
It's done.
God has worked it out on my behalf
My eyes may not see it.
By faith, I receive it.
It will manifest,
It's already done.

Thanking Hubby for pointing me to this one.  We're big believers in resting in the Word of God and encouraging ourselves.  For the world will do everything it can to discourage us, to tear us down, to knock us off our divinely determined paths, to contaminate our faith with doubt and disbelief...  You know what I'm saying.  We often use music that affirms the Word in our spirits.

This is a great pick-me-up, affirmation song.

How do you affirm what you know God has already said, already done even when you don't see or haven't received the fruits yet?

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Wednesday Worship: I AM

I AM the ultimate,
Sacrified for sin,
I AM your redeemer,
The beginning and the end.

Peace & Blessings,


Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Wednesday Worship: Forgiveness

My heart remains heavy in light of the Travyon Martin verdict.  Honestly, I'm both saddened and angry.  Very angry.

I want this verdict to be a beginning, not an end.  A beginning of increased voter participation, increased eye on state legislation, increased civic duty by way of sitting on juries, etc.

I want the nation to go through the pain and agony that it will take to come to terms with its albatross of race relations.

I want to know my boys are safe.


I know what God is calling each and everyone of us who wants five minutes with George Zimmerman to do.  It's called forgiveness.

Forgiveness is hard.

It requires us to let go off our anger.

It requires us to accept the same imperfect humanity in ourselves in others.

It requires love.

I'm not there.  Gotta be honest.  That's the truth.

But this song from Matthew West, Forgiveness, reminds me what I'm called to do:

Don't know how long it will take.  Please be patient with me.

Peace & Blessings,


Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Wednesday Worship: Testimony

Can't nobody tell it like me,
Can't nobody say it like me,
You don't know the story like me,
It's my, it's my testimony

Can't praise Him like me, say,
Can't nobody praise Him for me,
He's given me the victory
And now I got a, I got a testimony.

Love, love the words of this song from Anthony Brown & group therAPy (their spelling), not to mention the bouncy groove.

Bouncing and testimony all wrapped up together?  Love it.  Because your testimony should lift you up, like a buoy atop the sea, and thereby lift others.

When I think of the goodness of Jesus and all that He's done for me...

Do you have a testimony?  Are you bouncing with it?

Peace & Blessings,