I can't listen to this song and speak the lyrics without getting what I call Holy Spirit chills. There's no wonder we'll get a new body because sometimes I feel like this one is going to burst open with the joy He gives me!
Y'all, I'm so proud of our church and how they love on and teach Jesus to the kiddos. These littles are only 2, 3 and 4 years old and they're already memorizing Bible verses. Their teacher, Ms. Stephanie (my sweet friend) is teaching them a new verse each week on Wednesday night with each verse beginning with a letter of the alphabet. Yesterday during the morning service they sang a THANKSgiving song then recited their verses from A-M, doing the motions that goes along with the verse. "Don't be a turkey" 😊 and watch these short videos. I believe it'll do your heart good to see how Jesus is being poured into these precious little souls.
"Ash was redeemed, only beauty remains. My orphan heart was given a name. My mourning grew quiet my feet rose to dance, When death was arrested and my life began"
"Our Savior displayed on a criminal's cross, Darkness rejoiced as though heaven had lost. But then Jesus arose with our freedom in hand That's when death was arrested and my life began" HOPE your SONday is awesomely blessed!
I'm sure many of you have seen this before, too, but it's so worth sharing and watching again..... and taking it to heart..... especially, with all the hatred in the world. Out of the mouths of babes.....
This is the song I had planned to share today after hearing it for the first time last Friday. Oh, how appropriate it is in light of what happened yesterday in Charlottesville, VA. Jess and I were having lunch and the TV in the dining area was on a popular news network displaying the violence that was sparked all because of the hatred one race has for another. This is something our own family has experienced because of where our granddaughter was born. My heart breaks for her and her parents and all those across the world who are mistreated just because of the color of their skin, or anything else that someone in their prejudiced mind deems as "different".