God still loves me. Those are the only words in the chorus of “Naomi’s Song.” Usually, as I song-write, I try to derive my lyrics straight from scripture. But as I was wrestling with Naomi’s story from the book of Ruth, I couldn’t find clearly spelled out in the narrative what truth she based her … More Whispering Worship Through Our Pain
from Luke 2:19 Verse 1 Joseph kept me though I’m shamed Angel gave us baby’s name Tonight no room in the inn Still He comes to save from sin Pre-Chorus Treasure glitters in my heart Lighting up a world that’s dark Each truth gleams like precious jewels Sparking awe – our worship fueled! Chorus Worship … More Christmas Treasure
Nowadays, I can rarely make it through a worship service without tears. Sometimes it’s the songs, sometimes the sermon, possibly communion or often the quiet meditation time at the end. It has become necessary for me to go to church with Kleenex tissue packets in my bag! Before you all rush me to the psychiatrist … More Why wet worship?
From John 10:2-4, Isaiah 53:4-7 & Luke 7:44-50 Verse 1: Standing sheepish in the pew How far I’ve strayed this week I’ve left God’s path to forge my own Forgiveness now I seek The Shepherd calls His sheep by name I know his voice and come He runs to me, not to blame But to … More Wet Worship
Promises to myself – just don’t get kept. So I rarely give much thought to the whole New Year’s resolution thing. But, in late December of 2012, when mankind seemed bent on resolving things, I got sick. And was in bed. And was bored. And started thinking. (Dangerous, I know.) This was my facebook post: … More Who will I be in heaven?
Reading through the news On this “bless-ed” Christmas morn I wonder is it real That a savior has been born? Firemen, police and teachers Shot while on the job In India an ugly rape Leads to an ugly mob In Syria a bakery bombed Means corpses ‘stead of bread In China a school bus crash … More Christmas Thoughts 2012