Christian Music can make all the Difference...

Today's a special day for me. I mean, there's therapy. (which... more hurts and makes me sweaty) And I have lots of chores to do. (which makes me sigh) But, the most important and awesome thing, is that my grandparents are coming to visit. I'm so excited!!! :)

Anyway, we just got some new songs off iTunes, and... we've been listening to them A LOT, which has been really fun. :) I love Christian music. There is a BIG difference between secular music and Christian music. Like when I'm at track meets or there's a fire and we have to listen to the local station to find out what's happening, all of this... well, depressing songs come on. They just hold you down. Almost just make you want to give up.

But Christian music is so uplifting. Whenever I listen to it, it just makes me feel so... alive!! It's so amazing what God can do to you through music. :)

In listening to the music that we got the other day on iTunes, I found my new favorite song. I didn't really think it would become a fave, but it did. I just love it so much. The music, the harmony, the singer's voice... I just love it. And it has a really uplifting message that really speaks to me. And what is this song?


Yeah. Mark Shultz, "You Are a Child of Mine." If you haven't listened to it before, I encourage you to do so. Even if you have, please just listen to it again. I love that song, so so so so so much.

What are songs you love? That encourage you? That build you up?

God bless.

Later gator.

Over and out.

6 comments:

  1. Mark Shultz is amazing, and that song is really great! It's been one of my favorites for a long time! =D

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  2. Haha, that's funny because my grandparents are coming to visit this weekend! ;)

    Hmm...I love "Hold Me" by Jamie Grace, "Glow" by Britt Nicole, "Holiday" by Britt Nicole, "Thankful for You" by TobyMac, and "22" by Taylor Swift. :)

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    1. Really? Awesome!! :)

      I love some of those, too!! :)

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  3. A lot of songs..:) A really encouraging one is Strangely Dim by Francesca Battistelli. :)

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