Saturday, November 17, 2012

Singing of the Son

This is my second attempt at this post. I had it all written, live on my website, then was trying to edit in additional resources. Somehow I ended up, with a single slip of the hand (surprisingly, this hasn't happened often, regardless of my single-handedness in typing) and managed to wipe the entire post out, new edits, along with what was already here.

So I apologize that this post is several hours late and that is shorter than I would like. It's this or nothing at this point!

Today's  #NHBPM post is intended as, "a playlist for [my] health community."

I'm not going to recreate a list of ever song that has been comforting to me in the past 20+ years, through so many different experiences, but one song that has been very meaningful to me this past year is Your Hands.
Today I'm jumping off the challenge theme suggestion and instead sharing several songs that are connected to the Heaven experience I shared yesterday.

This is the song I first used to explain what I felt when I told my mom.

Some of these specific videos aren't selected for the musical (or voice) quality or style, but for the lyrics and photography or artwork.
Heaven Came Down

Shine Jesus Shine
If the Son sets you Free...

I have more to add, but want to get these posted before I loose them again!

Another video and more thoughts on When I Die.

Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)


Hell to Pay


Today I am thankful for freedom of (not from) religion we enjoy in this country. I am thankful to be able to make a post like this without fear of government censorship. I am glad to be able to search for, easily access, and share such things. I'm thankful for the men, women and families of our military who sacrifice to keep such freedom at my disposal!

First Published Book: Hannah's Hope : Seeking God's Heart in the Midst of Infertility, Miscarriage, and Adoption Loss

Book-in-progress on drawing on the fruit of the Spirit in times of trial: Harvesting Hope from Heartache

Next book-in-progress: 6 strokes at age 39, Stroke of Grace

Future manuscript in the plans: Given Me a Thorn, the apostle Paul's story as applicable to living with chronic illness

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I told scott that being able to sing and make any kind of music really gets to me. I really miss it.