Sing With Me” is the song that serves as the anthem for the ministry we want to establish. For several years, we have been praying about the purpose for the gift of this music. It seemed that there could be more done with it beyond sharing it with our immediate circle of family and friends.
So much of the saving grace lavished upon us in Christ Jesus is a mystery beyond our comprehension. It is real, it is revealed to us in Holy scripture, it is our experience. Yet the fullness of it is beyond our ability to contain, and only for us to receive, believe, and trust in for eternity.
The Truth says God is the creator of all, knows all, and is all powerful. God is near, is Love, and Loves you. God has revealed Himself to us, in and through all creation and ultimately in His Son. God has reconciled you to Himself in, and through His Son. Seek Him and you will find Him. In Him alone is true being.
This song celebrates Jesus with a thankful heart and a joyful spirit. He who was, and is, and is to come.
He who told us that in this world we will have tribulation, but to be of good cheer, for He has overcome the world.
As Christ walked in obedience to the love of the Father, so in Him are we called to do the same. God’s kingdom come in me, Christ the servant of God formed in me, asking, seeking and entering into the opportunity of this day’s providence.
I believe as Christians we should give most careful thought as to the belief system in which the information/entertainment we consume is crafted and filtered through. Is it one that regards God’s word as true and tenable?
My son was a kindergartner at the time. One day, as I was driving him home from school, he fell asleep curled up in the front seat of our car. It was a wet grey winter day and the sun had just broken the late morning clouds as we drove down the freeway.
With the advance of on-demand technology and accessibility to personal devices, the moral and spiritual pollution that pour into the souls of modern man is a terrible source of hopelessness, playing havoc with our world.
When faced with our complete inability to change a situation or circumstance, we have come to a place where a truth, most certainly “The Truth” (for all truth is His Truth), has lovingly watched over and gently led us.
This song was written with the feelling of one being alone at war.
It is a prayer to the God of The Gospel
I can’t recall the particular burden that was on my heart, but as I raised my hands and heart to Him, this song was the prayer that came forth.
We are not the first, nor will we be the last to strive to keep our eyes on the finished work of the Cross of Christ, the author and finisher of our Faith. This song is meant to be an encouragement to all who walk that path and strive for that end.
I believe that God has put in every man’s heart a place to recieve the love of God in Christ.
This song was written after reading Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s “The Cost Of Discipleship”.
This son is about True Riches. The Life that our Creator has given us, and how we choose to spend it.
Trying to navigate our lives in and of ourselves is what we are inclined by nature to do. In the storms of our lives we are reminded of our inability to understand and respond to the unknown circumstances that surround us.
As faithfull as the sunrise, has been my Father in Heaven’s Love and care for me. Through each and every dark night, His loving Sun has risen on a new and promised day.
Sometimes the dam just breaks. It can no longer hold back the grief and sorrow of a lost innocence.
The World that God loves He calls me to love. I receive this as a calling.
In His Great Mercy, He has given us new birth into a living Hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ!
First things first!
“So, I find this law at work: Although I want to do good, evil is right there with me. For in my inner being I delight in God’s law; but I see another law at work in me –