Tag: grief

The Reason Why We Sing

One of the reasons I post so many songs on my blogs, is because when I sing songs of HOPE, I not only discover the reason why I sing–but I also discover fresh courage and strength in the midst of my singing. It was Tolkien who said, “Courage is found in unlikely places.” (And I believe that’s true.) I know from experience, regularly singing … Read More The Reason Why We Sing

The abc’s of Believing: O – Overcomer

The humanly inexplicable firmness of the Christian’s hope is not only the deepest comfort in trials, but a strong testimony to a world filled with weak and rotting roots.  — John Piper Where does real hope and comfort come from in our trials? C.S. Lewis wrote in Mere Christianity, “Comfort is the one thing you cannot get by looking for it. If you look for … Read More The abc’s of Believing: O – Overcomer

In The Shadow of His Wings…

…hide me in the shadow of your wings as you hover over me. Psalm 17:8 TLB Seasons Father—Creation that you’ve made! Spring’s sweet buds, and Summer’s glade; Pumpkin’s orange in Fall’s bright pallet, Forest’s sleep ‘neath Winter’s mallet…   Your seasons teach me lessons stern; Lessons that, I needs, must learn; That all year ’round — these changes show, I must change if I’m to grow!     … Read More In The Shadow of His Wings…

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