I’m up early this morning in full out crafting/wedding prep mode and this song came up randomly on an automated playlist.
If you’ve been connected to me via social media, you’ve probably observed my love for music. All types, genres and from all periods. I live my life in lyrics and those closest to me are familiar with my daily references to song lyrics in most of my conversations. 😊
Thinking back on many of my most difficult periods, it was my WORSHIP– the “simple songs”– that helped me get through.
My heart remembered one of THE MOST difficult days, when I called my mom to vent and get some encouragement and her response was to start singing, “I Won’t Complain.” A simple song.
Those lyrics were really all I needed to hear. I thank God for a relationship like that. Where one knows the song that can minister to someone else.
But what if we didn’t have and continue to sing those SIMPLE SONGS?
Needless to say, this song really blessed my soul this morning. Sometimes those reminders come just when we need them and I know it’s not by coincidence.
I shared it on my Instagram page and wanted to also include it here along with a link to the video.
I pray it is a blessing and encouragement for you this morning.
🎶 🎶….The simple song of life simply says, “You SO LOVED the WORLD, That you gave your life for EVERY man, little boy, and girl.”
In this quest of life when tempests rage,I fall on my knees and say,
“Lord don’t take my simple song away”.💗💖💗💖💗💖
….In this quest of life when tempests rage, I fall on my knees and say, 🙏💖🙏💖
“Lord don’t take my simple song away”…… Songs like
🎶…”AMAZING GRACE, how SWEET the sound, that SAVED a WRETCH like me”…🎶 🙌😭
Songs like, 🎶”Oooh we, ooh wee child, things are gonna get easier”….🎶 🙏
Songs like, 🎶”We got to find a way, to bring some LOVIN’ here today”….🎶💖💗💖💗
“Lord don’t take my simple song away”….
It may be simple to you, but it’s mine. All mine. All mine!….
I write about marriage and family, because those are often topics that are on my heart. When people ask me for advice on being a wife and being married, I always tell them, “Marriage is a lot of work. It can bring you your greatest joys and your deepest sorrows. It’s a ministry. It’s challenging, but it is one of THE MOST rewarding things that you can partner with another person (who was once a complete stranger if you really think about it) to do during the course of your life.”