Music Mondays-I Need Thee/Great Is Thy Faithfulness Featuring Terrian

I love love love this video of Terrian and friends singing such rich hymns-worship songs.

How I need Jesus always and especially during these times of turmoil. Each morning I pray before I go teach knowing that I do so in the midst of a pandemic. I ask Jesus to help me be a blessing to the teachers, staff and students at the school.

God has indeed shown me how great is his faithfulness during the pandemic providing for me through his people.

Truly I need Jesus every hour as the song I need thee proclaims.

I hope this song blesses you and much or more than it has me.

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

Music Mondays- Heaven Come -Brooke Ligertwood and Jenn Johnson

I love being drawn into the presence of Jesus while listening to worship music. With the holidays behind us and a difficult year behind us, Heaven Come’s message of being with Jesus in his presence is a message the lifts me up.

May this worship song bless you as much or more than it has me.

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

Music Mondays-Agnus Dei/King of Kings ft Brooke Ligertwood, Jenn Johnson and Chidima Ubah

As we come to the end of a year of trudging through life during a pandemic with all of the hardships it entailed, this week I have one main goal in mind-REFOCUS with Jesus.

Yes, a new year is coming soon, but as 2020 showed us, nothing in this life is certain.

But Jesus is the King of Kings. I love the lyrics-“in the darkness we were waiting without hope, without light, Til from heaven you came running, There was mercy in your eyes.”

This week while I have downtime my desire is to focus on Jesus. He is eternal. He has mercy in his eyes. He is hope and light.

I love this recent collaboration on Agnus Dei/King of Kings. I hope it blesses you.

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

Merry Christmas

A simple post today to wish a Merry Christmas to all of my followers, readers, and especially to those who interact with me.

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This may be a different Christmas than we normally experience due to COVID, but Jesus is still the Savior we celebrate and as the Hallelujah Chorus extols, He Shall Reign Forever.

Music Mondays- O Come All Ye Faithful(His Name Shall Be) ft Melodie Malone

When Jesus was born, the announcement went to shepherds in the fields with their sheep. Shepherds were the lowest in society and yet God sent a choir of angels to them to announce the birth of Jesus showing that Jesus is for all people.

The invitation to come to Jesus is for all people. The invitation to come and adore him, to know him, to be saved by him.

The King of the universe, the creator, came to us as a baby in a lowly birth to be our Savior. The invitation is for ALL.

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

Music Mondays- The Trumpet Shall Sound Performed by Phil Driscoll

I love Handel’s Messiah. I absolutely LOVE it as it weaves together Old Testament prophecies about Jesus with the birth of Jesus. The trumpet shall sound is a powerful reminder of what the ultimate culmination is for us.

One day the trumpet will sound in heaven and Christ will return for us. The dead will be raised and then those who are still alive will be changed to glorified bodies. God’s redeeming work for us will be completed when we our bodies are resurrecedt into glorified bodies just as Jesus was.

The whole reason Jesus was born as a baby was not so we could have warm fuzzy moments at Christmas time, though they are nice. The reason Jesus was born as a human baby was to become our Savior. Through him we can have forgiveness of our sins. Through him our lives can be transformed. Through him we can have eternal life and through him not only will our souls/spirits enter into heaven when we die, one day in the Father’s timing our physical bodies will be resurrected and changed into incorruptible bodies.

This is the great hope Jesus offers to anyone who will receive Jesus. This is the solid hope we can have in the midst of this crazy life. One day the trumpet will sound. Nothing can stop it.

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

Music Mondays- Noel ft Lauren Daigle

Jesus is love incarnate. He left his throne in heaven out of love to be our Savior.

Come and see what God has done. Come and see what God can and will do in your life because of Jesus.

Come to Jesus and see. See how he has transformed the lives of countless people and how he can and will transform your life. Because of Jesus, there is hope in any situation.

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Music Mondays- Light of the World by We The Kingdom

Jesus is the Light of the World. He came to show us God and shine God’s light in the darkness.

During difficult times with so much uncertainty, we can look to Jesus the Light of the World.

We do not know what Christmas will bring this year, but we can know the person Christmas is all about- Jesus Christ. He sees us. He knows us. He wants us to know him.

Nothing can take his love from us, not COVID, not riots and looting, not political uncertainty, not lockdowns. Nothing can separate us from his love.

Light of the World by We The Kingdom is a beautiful song to kick off Christmas season Music Mondays with.

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

Music Mondays- Touch The Hem of His Garment by William McDowell ft Trinity Anderson

A woman plagued with a health problem for years saw Jesus walking by. She thought to herself if she could just touch the hem of the garment of Jesus, she could be healed. She touched the hem of his garment and was healed.

Jesus walks by us every day. We can reach out to him. If we are feeling isolated, depressed, hopeless, all we need to do is barely reach out to him. He wants us to be with him.

I love this song with the focus on reaching out to touch the hem of his garment. We can do so in prayer. Even the faintest prayer will get his attention. Even if all we can do is say his name. He invites us to do so.

Thank you for reading. God Bless.