S is for…

Ordinary Lives. From a 2 z 4 u & me

I love to sing, primarily to and for Jesus. I enjoy lifting my voice up to the Father. My voice is better than some, worse than others. But God doesn’t ask us to sing to him only if we have an exceptional singing voice. He asks us to make a joyful NOISE (Ps. 100:1, KJV). We are also told to offer a sacrifice of praise (Heb. 13:15 NKJV). Neither of these verses specify that it needs to be in key, on the right note, or anything other than offered to Him with our whole heart. Sing to Him and you will be blessed.
2011 ACFW choir

I was privileged to be able to participate in the choir at the ACFW conference. The picture is not wonderful, but you get the idea. Our esteemed director, Rachael Phillips, wrote the music we sang (along with some excerpts by Franny Crosby). Her verses came from Scripture. We were making a joyful noise to the Lord and I pray He was blessed by our song. She did an excellent job – yeah Rachael! And thank you for the privilege of singing with you and for blessing us with your talent.

My favorite song, at least at the moment is:   Chris Tomlin: I Will Follow  I pray that I can follow God wherever he calls me to go.
What is your favorite?
As always – under HIS wing,



12 thoughts on “S is for…

  1. Although I definitely have NO talent for it, I love music and I love to sing. A favorite of mine is, Above All. It touches my heart every time I hear it.

  2. My favorite songs are the ones my daughter sings (she’s our praise leader at church). It’s a double blessing… she has a beautiful voice, and as Scripture says, it’s wonderful to see your children worshiping God.

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