“Do you have any jumper cables?” Chances are, if you own a car, you can answer yes to that question. Life needs jumper cables too.
This week’s Music Monday is from a band that I have followed for years now. The song is “Shadow Over Me” by Spoken. This song is a great reminder to set your eyes on Grace. Yes, that’s Grace with a capital “G” on purpose. We must learn to look past the gloom and doom of the day and press on with the faith that He is in control. “Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.” Matthew 6:34 Spoken Shadow Over Me Lyrics I remember falling I remember hurting...
Project 86 is one of my favorite bands. “Fall, Goliath, Fall” is a resounding battle cry to defeat our giants.
The song is a great reflection of how we live our lives.
In honor of Thousand Foot Krutch releasing their new album, here is a link to grab their album or you can listen to it below.
This is another one of my kids favorites. The song is “Let Me Drown” by We As Human. The song is off of their self-titled album. I really love the lyrics for this song. At times we think we’re invincible. At times we think that we can do it all without Him and that’s how we roll. This song gives a great interpretation of our lives and our eternal need for Christ and how he is the only one who can wash us clean. If you want to read another analogy along those lines, check out Boogie Boards for Life. We As...
If you take a quick step back, you can see an incredible life lesson from a simple boogie board.
“Take a bath. Get your pajamas on. Brush your teeth. Okay, let’s sit down. Ariyana, sit in your spot. Maddox… Maddox, c’mon over here and sit in your spot.”
I walked beside her as my six and a half year old baby girl, Ariyana, struggled with all her might to man-handle the green, self-propelled Lawn Boy mower.
This particular song really grabbed my attention and the lyrics really speak for themselves. Because I am human, I am a failure to someone. That someone could be my wife, kids, boss, parent, friend, or most of all myself. But even in the midst of my failure, there is one who will never fail and that is my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. “The Lord himself goes before you and will be with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged.” Deuteronomy 31:8 (emphasis added) The followup video is an explanation of what the song means to writer...