I'm listening to the radio today and once again, finding inspiration from the artists voices. They have unique voices that are meant to be heard. Lauren Daigle's "Look Up Child" tells an amazing story. Her voice is so distinguished and powerful in the way she delivers every word in that song. It makes me also think about how others have unique traits that inspire others. For example, I follow wonderoakblog.com and she is a very unique story-teller. She seems so much more advanced in her writing than I am. It is encouraging to hear her words of inspiration.
I listened to Joyce Meyer on 106.5 Spirit FM and today's topic is about Parables. I went to the website to check out some more of her topics. God opened my heart to her sermon, "Don't waste your pain." "Healing takes more than just praying. When we pray, God shows us what we need to do. If we don't commit to Him, things aren't going to happen the way we wanted. If someone treats you wrong, don't think you can treat them wrong. You have to give up bitterness. When you pray without forgiveness in your heart, God will not answer that prayer." "Life is not fair, but God is just."
Live for today. Live for the moment right in front of you. There is a new song from Josh Wilson, "Borrow (One Day at a Time)." Part of the verse says "Seems like everybody else they got it figured out while I'm stuck here, In another breakdown. Life crashes like a panic attack, the fear of the future breaks me in half." "Don't borrow, not trouble from tomorrow, You'll only worry your mind." One day, one day at a time." If you haven't heard it, I highly suggest you look for it.
I love music. It is my escape, my therapy, my peace. Radio, CD's, Youtube, Spotify. However the music comes to me. I enjoy a variety of types of music.
Thank you to each of you that visit my blog. You are blessed. You are important. You are unique. I am grateful for you, friend.
And as usual, I leave you with a scripture speaking to me today. Romans 12:4-5: "For as in one body we have many members, and members do not all have the same function, so we though many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another."