Monthly Archives: November 2013

Thankful.

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Happy Thanksgiving!  So many things to be thankful for today and always.  I will keep this short and to the point.  We can celebrate today because we have a God who loves us, cares for us, and wants us to live in HIS glory…FOREVER.

So today I bring out another favorite from Chris Tomlin.  Taken straight from Psalm 106 (read full text here.)

Praise the Lord! Oh give thanks to the Lord, 
for he is good, for his steadfast love endures forever!
Psalm 106:1

So today I am thankful for God’s love and that personification of love in my life.  Through my husband, kids, dogs, family, friends, and neighbors.  I am thankful for all of you!  God is good and today we get to celebrate that.  May you have a blessed Thanksgiving.  Amen!

This video is especially beautiful as it includes many verses about praising God and celebrating His love.  Enjoy!

And I’ll leave you with the end of Psalm 106 – it ends just as beautifully as it begins:

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And let all the people say, “Amen!” Praise the Lord!
Psalm 106:48

 

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Sing it out, Dance it out, Scream it out!

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Hope everyone is having a fabulous week.  I’ve been a bit dragging this week.  Haven’t gotten into a new book (so no book reviews), and really just been scrambling to make lists and prepare for the “most wonderful time of the year!”  I don’t mean to say that sarcastically but I really like to plan (and do!) so I can truly enjoy the time of advent.  It’s a time to prepare for the arrival of our Savior, a time of great teaching moments for the kids (and myself), and a time of parties, friends & family to catch up with, gifts to share, and fellowship & fun to be had!  Oh and we have a birthday thrown in the middle and one right after!  Thus blogging has taken a backseat, but I’ll be out of it soon – promise – too much to celebrate and share!

We’re also planning a trip up to the mountains to try to “unplug” and get away from it all in the next few weeks, so I was trying to think of a song about nature and God’s beauty.  With the changing of the trees and the changing of storefronts, houses, and just about everything this time of year, I needed a song to just bask in the glory and wonder of it all.  The first line of the song “I Could Sing of Your Love Forever” popped into my head.  “Over the mountains and the sea, Your river runs with love for me.”  And then goes on to sing about God’s love.  And isn’t that what it’s all about?

My verse for the week (as shown above over a beautiful Fall picture of Lake Peachtree):

For behold, he who forms the mountains and creates the wind,
    and declares to man what is his thought,
who makes the morning darkness,
    and treads on the heights of the earth—
    the Lord, the God of hosts, is his name!
Amos 4:13

So this week I pray that you can step back from the craziness, observe the wonders around you.  Whether in the mountains, your backyard, or even your kitchen.  God is amazing – so let’s all sing it out, dance it out, and scream it out FOREVER!  AMEN!

I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever
Hillsong

Over the mountains and the sea
Your river runs with love for me
And I will open up my heart
And let the Healer set me free
I’m happy to be in the truth
And I will daily lift my hands
For I will always sing of
Of when Your love came down

I could sing of Your love forever (x4)

Oh I feel like dancing
It’s foolishness I know
But when the world has seen the light
They will dance with joy
Like they’re dancing now

I could sing of your love forever (5x)

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Book Review: The Deepest Secret by Carla Buckley

The Deepest Secret
By Carla Buckley
This book was received free through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

Finish time: way too long (the time change has me going to bed way too early!)  Another book that catches you off guard.  Well me at least.  If you actually read and pay attention to the title, you should at least expect something big to happen to prompt that promised “deep secret.”  I guess I wasn’t paying attention, but the book took care of that – fast!

Eve is a middle-aged mother of two, and wife of David.  Her youngest son, Tyler, has a fatal disease known at XP – Xeroderma pimentosum and spends all hours of daylight inside his dark room (as any exposure to UV rays could kill him).  All research and history show that he will not likely live past 20 years old.  If that is not enough of a challenge for Eve, add in this “deep secret” and her life is pretty much a mess.  A few other factors include an experimental (typical) rebelling teenage daughter, a husband who keeps a second home in another city for work (and their fragile relationship), and having to explain to any new neighbors why they have to use a certain kind of light bulb for her son’s safety (and some who don’t want to comply).  The “secret” lives up to its name and has you pondering what you would do.  It seems pretty obvious, but Eve’s thought pattern is somewhat logical and you do feel for her, so the story ropes you in right away.

At times the book became a bit boring but even during those times I just had a sick feeling in my gut that something might happen or change at any point, and what if Eve is figured out?  I enjoyed getting inside Tyler’s head.  At 14 he not only had a good handle and understanding of his disease, he had a good outlook on life (which I’m not sure I would have given a fatal diagnosis.)  But what do they keep saying these days – YOLO?  (I had to look that one up!)

Not my favorite book of late, but one that I anxiously picked up each night.  It ended how it should (at least how I thought it should) and without any spoilers, I was satisfied.  It did stretch my thinking to places I pray I never have to go.  As a mom – how far would you go to protect your family?  Great question and really lays out how Eve had to live that out and some odd places where compassion was found.

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Garden Lights, Holiday Nights

We kicked off the Christmas season at the Member Premiere night at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens this past Thursday night!  See details of our last visit here – so much fun – we joined the “elite” group of members!  For my mom’s (aka Grandma’s) birthday, the kids and I surprised her with an early dinner at Loca Luna, and one of the very first walks through the garden this holiday season!  (And got to cross off an item on my Christmas Bucket List!)

This is the third year of the Garden Lights, Holiday Nights, and seems to be improving with time.  Last time we went was in November of 2011, right before our LM was born (see my big belly below).  I think it may have opened earlier then (as you can see many of the pictures are still in daytime!), but this year – it was all dark, which made it all the more magical!

Here is a peak at the layout of the garden and a few fun things going on that night.  I believe there are more events going on throughout the season too – check those out on their webpage.  But the carolers were great to put Christmas songs in their air and really get you in the spirit.  The ice carver had a large crowd around him as he chainsawed a train.  And the kids (not ours this year) could make s’mores over an open fire and make crafts in the Orchid Center.  I packed the kids a “cleaner” version of s’mores – graham crackers, marshmallows, and chocolate chips – in a bag!

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It wasn’t too crowded and we really enjoyed strolling along all the different paths throughout the garden and inside the buildings.  It’s a lot of walking, and while the kids wanted to walk themselves some, the double stroller definitely came in handy!

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LL was a bit disappointed that many of the topiaries from our last visit were taken down – but they kept the snakes and the Garden Goddess – which were very pretty!  (I think some of the snake’s lights are out here though!)

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A definite favorite of the kids was the dancing lights.  Here is a glimpse of them dancing to the “snoopy song!”  These as mesmorizing and a lot of fun!

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The indoor areas were a lot of fun to walk through too, especially the Radiant Rainforest.  I didn’t get any  pictures there except this one with Grandma in front of the big Poinsettia Tree.

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We ended our visit with a trip to the model train display.  This was fun for the kids to watch.  This, and the ride-on train coming soon, may warrant another day visit.  With LM’s train birthday coming up – I want him to be super excited!

Here are a few more pictures:

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And I’ll leave you with this quote etched above the outdoor fireplace.

Not what we have, but what we enjoy constitutes our abundance.
Epicurus

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Thanks for stopping by – check out the Atlanta Botanical Gardens – Garden Lights, Holiday Nights – you won’t be disappointed!  (And I hope Grandma had a fun birthday – Happy Birthday Mom!)

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God is bigger than……a lot! A prayer for those hurting.

1-IMG_0645For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us. Romans 8:18

My heart is heavy this AM.  So many people I know, love, respect; teachers of my babies, friends, and just all around good people are hurting.  I wish I could take the pain away, but what I can do is pray and that is what I will do.  For those that know me (and this blog), I find comfort through song.  This AM I was blessed to take a long quiet walk with 2 of my pups and just pray, pray my own selfish prayers, but also for comfort for those around me and for words (someone else’s or my own) to share.  Prayers for a way to show I care but also that God is still good and in control.  Most (if not all) of these friends know this, but a reminder can never hurt.

The song God placed on my heart today is “My Glorious” by Chris Tomlin.  I’ll embed the YouTube video below, as well as lyrics.  “God is bigger than…” all of this.  I know in times of pain and sorrow and grieving it’s hard to step back and remember that, but I pray you can feel His big arms and love surround you during this time.

And to lighten things up a little – as a mom I can’t help but try to put things in terms that my kids can understand.  I’m a big Veggie Tales fan and this song came to mind when singing the lyrics “God is Bigger Than” from “My Glorious”.  Here is “God is Bigger Than the Boogie Man”.  Contains that same great message, when you’re scared, afraid, hurting, put on a smile, pray, and know that God will take care of you.

Thanks for reading.  Praying for peace, comfort, understanding, and that you feel the love from your Father in heaven and know that He is now holding one of His children closer today and one day we all will be a part of his Kingdom and feel no more pain.  Amen.

My Glorious
Chris Tomlin

God is bigger than
The air I breathe
The world we’ll leave
God will save the day
And all will say
My Glorious

And all You ever do
Is change the old for new
People, we believe that

God is bigger than
The air I breathe
The world we’ll leave
God will save the day
And all will say
My Glorious

The world is shaking
With the love of God
Great and glorious
Let the whole earth sing

And all You ever do
Is change the old for new
People, we believe that

God is bigger than
The air I breathe
The world we’ll leave
God will save the day
And all will say
My Glorious

Clouds are breaking
Heaven’s come to earth
Hearts awakening
Let the church bells ring
And all You ever do
Is change the old for new
People, we believe that

God is bigger than
The air I breathe
The world we’ll leave
God will save the day
And all will say
My Glorious

My Glorious
My Glorious
My Glorious
My Glorious

My Glorious
My Glorious
My Glorious
My Glorious

God is bigger than
The air I breathe
The world we’ll leave
God will save the day
And all will say
My Glorious

My Glorious
My Glorious
My Glorious
My Glorious

My Glorious
My Glorious
My Glorious
My Glorious

Glory, glory
Send Your glory
Glory, glory
Send Your glory

Glory, glory
Send Your glory
Glory, glory
Send Your glory

Glory, glory
Send Your glory
Glory, glory
Send Your glory

Glory, glory
Send Your glory

You’re Glorious
You’re Glorious
You’re Glorious
Yes, You are God

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Kids Book Review: Angels by Lumbard & Weedn


Angels
by Alexis York Lumbard  (Author) , Flavia Weedn (Illustrator)
This book was received free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

Cute book.  Pretty pictures.  Good message, but would have liked more of a religious message.  (Hopefully “way up there” is alluding to heaven.)  The book actually sent me on a search through the Bible on what it says about angels.  And that is a lot!  I saw that angels are referenced 273 times.  And in tons of songs (like this one here.)  Probably better inspiration for another post, but always a good sign when I book prompts further investigation (at least for me!)  Probably good for kids as well, as long as their parents have the answers.  Thank goodness for Google (and the Bible.)

I’ll leave that discussion with one bible verse (Psalm 68:17 KJV) and maybe revisit this topic later on my blog.  But simply wanted to mention there could be a perceived “missed” opportunity to not add God into the book.  But then again it opened the door for a whole other conversation with my daughter, so not necessarily a bad thing.

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Back to the book.  Although I read it online, I love when hard copy books have a dedication page, as books are such treasured gifts and I always write a message if I give a book as a gift!  Beautiful artwork, not a lot of words, make it perfect for little ones.  Love the rhymes and prose of the book.  And overall a very cute book.

Although I believe angels can come in any form, people, animals, and a lot of times they are invisible and only felt, the book makes them more glamorous (for lack of a better word.)  Shiny, bright, flying.  But gets back to my point, they can come in any shape, size, form.  (As we talked more, my LL pointed out that our “puppy dog” sleeps with her at night and is her angel!)

I liked it, it was short, like a perfect young children’s book should be, so I don’t have too much else to add (and I’ve already way over-analyzed a children’s book!)

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Christmas in Atlanta Bucket List

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I love Christmas time.  Maybe even more than fall, so that’s a lot for me if you saw all my posts from this fall.

There are so many amazing and fun things to do to get in the Christmas spirit (I guess you can say holiday, but no filters here – I’m a Christian and I celebrate the birth of my LORD and SAVIOR this time of year!)

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I started thinking about the realistic things we will check off our list this year, but also thought I would add a few more either because we have gone in the past, or may in the future (as kids get older, or just to spread out the fun!)

New this year in Atlanta, and top of my list is the Global Winter Wonderland at Turner Field.  This opens November 21st – January 5th from 5pm-11pm daily, and is $24.99 for adult tickets, $16.99 for kids, and best deal for us this year, kids 4 & under are FREE!  It appears they have made many of the world’s most well-known landmarks into light displays (some up to 7 stories high according to the video!) in the Global Village.  Also traditional Christmas light displays, a dinosaur maze, carnival rides, daily entertainment (including Christian artist Aaron Shust one night!), meet & greet with Santa, and more to be announced!  Wow – I really can’t wait.  Review definitely to come – stay tuned!
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Stone Mountain Christmas – I keep saying I want to go here, for all seasons.  I’ve already missed the Pumpkin Festival and the Yellow Daisy festival – so maybe we’ll make it for Christmas!  So much to do including (but not limited to); shows, parades, 4D theater, shopping, characters, Santa, and every night there is a snowfall and fireworks!  All of this in addition to their usual activities (which is a ton!)  I haven’t been in a good number of years, so maybe it’s time for a return trip and this sounds like a pretty good time of year to go!
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Macy’s Pink Pig at Macy’s Lenox Sqaure – An Atlanta tradition (so I’ve been told).  Have yet to go – but the kids seem good ages to maybe check this out.

For more than 50 years, Atlantans have started their holiday traditions by riding the Macy’s Pink Pig. Kids of all ages are now invited to ride the Macy’s Pink Pig train on top of the Lenox Square Mall. Atlanta’s most unique and beloved holiday tradition rides beneath the signature 170-foot, 1950’s themed Pink Pig Tent.Since 1953, Macy’s Pink Pig has been delighting generations of Atlantans. Come ride Priscilla the Pink Pig on train tracks through a life-sized storybook featuring Priscilla and her friends. Tickets are available at the Macy’s Pink Pig kiosk inside the East mall entrance at Lenox Square. A portion of the ride’s proceeds will benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

Atlanta Botanical Gardens Lights, Holiday Nights.  We just joined the garden (see our last visit here!), and while this is not included in our membership, we do get a discount, and we can’t wait to go back!  Last time we checked this out was actually it’s first year, and the weekend before our LM was born!  Beautiful lights adorn all the gardens.  There is also a Holiday Model Train Show (LM will like this!)  Also during the day throughout the season there are many kids activities (including a ride-on train) that sound great too!garden_lights_storza_by_joey_ivansco_1

Callaway Gardens – Fantasy in Lights.  Another great holiday light display.  I took LL last year with some family for a ride on the “Jolly Trolley”.  You can also drive your own car through, but for little ones the trolley is a nice way to make sure they can see everything.  Be sure to bundle up though, and hang on, it can get cold and bumpy, but its beautiful (especially by the lake) and we loved it!  There is also a big indoor and outdoor area to shop, eat, drink, and meet St. Nick.  Will definitely go back, probably not this year with everything else we want to check out – but maybe next, and definitely recommend.  Also they had a Groupon – keep your eye out for another if you’re planning going to save some $$!

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Magical Nights of Lights at Lake Lanier Islands – I’ll list this as a “someday” activity.  We are not very close to Lake Lanier, but I would love to go up there once the kids are older.  This sounds like another great light display.  Anyone been?  I’d love to hear your thoughts!  Looks like they have ice skating, a live nativity, Santa, and carnival rides.

A few honorable mentions:
Holiday in Lights at Centennial Olympic Park (maybe even check out SkyView?)
Lights at Life University (Marietta)
Season of Magic (Piedmont Park)
Gift of Lights at Atlanta Motor Speedway

I’m sure I’m missing a million other things, but thought I would share our Christmas bucket list.  Updates to come throughout the season!  What’s on yours?

Merry Christmas Season – bless you and your family this special time of year, and may you keep in the front of your hearts and mind the TRUE meaning.  Amen and have fun!

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Messy Morning

1-IMG_0532I’ve been loving many of the mom blogs I have recently found (many through BloggyMoms) that are devoted to activities with/for your little ones (see a very short list below).  Don’t get me wrong, we do our share of arts/crafts/games/activities over here, but every once in a while I get motivated to get a little dirty!  (For those of you who don’t know me – I’m a pretty organized, Type A person, so this is a big step for me!)

Thanks to these 4 sites for mutual likes, for the encouragement to try some new activities with me kids, and for constantly coming up with new things!  It’s so easy to get started looking at one of their blogs, then get directed to another, and another, and forget where you started!  The blogging community, I’m learning, is an amazing one, full of great connections.  So check out these sites and they will open up a whole new world of not only activities – but new blogs too!  So thank you all for great blogs – I’ve enjoyed them so far and still have lots I want to try!

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Where Imagination Grows
Wildflower Ramblings
Happily Ever Mom

After some time browsing online, I laid out the big checkered plastic table cloth I picked up awhile back (for just this type of day!), put a smock on LL, took off LM’s shirt, and set to work.

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I did 3 activities, which I don’t have a specific link for, as I kind of combined them from common sensory activities found around different blogs.

1.  Some sort of play dough/cloud dough.  I saw one that was just cornstarch and oil, but I didn’t have enough cornstarch, so I saw another that used flour, so I combined cornstarch, flour, oil, and then LL even added in a few little containers of play dough we found around the house.  I’ve made my own “official” play dough before, so that wasn’t my goal here.  My goal was simply to create a “product” that felt different and see where it took the kids.  LL definitely had more fun with it.  LM just wanted to throw it.  (And Baxter just wanted to eat it!)

2.  Sensory bottles.  Again, there are a million different ways to do these as well.  I opted for a few plastic containers I had in recycling, add in water, a little soap, food coloring, then whatever I could find to put in – rocks/pom-poms/toys/beads (I did wish I had glitter though!)

3.  Lastly, the tried and true finger paint.  Usually done outside (see chalk paint here from over the summer), and a bit of painting here from last February, it was raining out (thus another good excuse to find activities inside!) so I held my breath and gave it a try.  They do say they are waterproof – right!?
I tried the baggie approach again but LM wanted nothing to do with it.  So they used fingers, brushes, q-tips, and whatever else we could find around the kitchen to paint with.  LL also found some squeezable t-shirt glitter paint I had stocked away – so she had fun with that too.

About an hour later (which I would have sworn should have been 4 after all that work), I put projects out to dry, shook out the table-cloth, cleaned up the kids, and went on to paint some toes, listen to some Pandora, eat lunch, then nap time (blog time) for us all!

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Thanks to all the bloggers out there that come up with these crafts for our little ones.  Next time I think I’ll plan a little ahead and maybe tackle something harder.  But the kids had fun, maybe learned/felt/did something new and that is all that matters!  Please let me know of your kids favorite activities!

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Book Review: Before We Met by Lucie Whitehouse


Before We Met
By Lucie Whitehouse
Available 1/21/14
Provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Finish time: 4 nights.  I’m going along frantically turning pages and if there isn’t enough suspense already – BAM!  Wow, didn’t see that one coming, this book takes a sharp turn and when you think its about to end – THWACK!  (Seriously – emphasis added – it’s crazy!)  None of this is bad, but definitely not like anything I’ve read recently.

I’m not quite sure how to review this book without being extremely vague, I don’t want to spoil anything about this book and you really just have to read it.  The beauty of the book is the little nuggets of truth and information that are tactfully placed throughout the whole book.  At the beginning, I was wondering if there would be much dialogue, and there is, just wait for it.  But I’d say for the first half of the book you are inside Hannah’s head and experiencing the shock, craziness, unknowing, speculating, horror, sadness, and so many other emotions, right along with her.

Hannah is a newlywed middle age woman to Mark Reilly.   The book begins as Hannah excitedly makes her way to Heathrow Airport in London to surprise her husband, who should be returning from a business trip.  When he doesn’t show up and she can’t get a hold of him, her thought process begins to spin.  We’ve all been there; am I crazy?  do I trust him?  it’s probably just X or Y or Z?  there has to be an explanation!  As she thinks through possible scenarios, she begins to act and question this man she chose to be her husband and people in his life.  How much does she really know?

As mentioned, it’s intense and if I didn’t value sleep as much as I do with 2 little ones, I’d have stayed up all night the first night to finish this.  I like to be at a good point in a book to put it down for the night, but those were hard to find in this book.  But that kept me on my toes and really ready for what was pieced together next.  And I don’t think I could have seen this one coming if I tried, again and again until the very end.

I loved it.  Not happy by any means, but I love when I can’t stop thinking about it in between reads and can’t wait to pick it up the next night (or maybe even sneak in a few chapters during nap time!)

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Flying High (with a little help!)

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Happy Sunday!  I’ve strayed away from my typical Sunday song posts for the last month, but decided I could use the encouragement myself, so here’s a quick one with a great message as you start a new week!

I know I’ve been exhausted from all the Halloween Festivities.  Good problems to have, but I could use some extra strength as we “officially” begin this holiday season.  I guess I could have waited until Advent, the true period of waiting, but I don’t know about you, but I feel the pressure is on these days to be super organized and start thinking about Christmas NOW (or 4 weeks ago!)

The words from Isaiah 40 have always been some of my favorite.  Verse 28 (I cut off in my picture about) starts with “Do you not know?  Have you not heard?”  Really grabs your attention.  As we may tire or become weary – our God will not.  And if we ask Him and believe in Him, He will give us strength, and help us soar on wings like eagles – great imagery don’t you think?  I could only imagine that soaring high above the earth, like this eagle here, would be both empowering and peaceful.  And isn’t that what God does for us?  And wants us to be through Him?  I’d like to believe so.

So as you enter into this next week, or season (in weather, on your calendar, and/or in life), know that you are not alone.  God does not tire, He is always listening and will give us the strength we need to move forward, or even just wait, as many of us are called to do at different points in our lives.

Take a listen to “Everlasting God” by Lincoln Brewster below.  Love this song and the message.  “Our God WILL reign forever” and will “lift us up on wings like eagles.”

Amen.  Have a blessed week!

Everlasting God
Lincoln Brewster

Strength will rise as we wait upon the Lord
Wait upon the Lord, we will wait upon the Lord
Strength will rise as we wait upon the Lord
Wait upon the Lord, we will wait upon the Lord

Our God, You reign forever
Our hope, our strong deliverer

You are the everlasting God
The everlasting God
You do not faint
You won’t grow weary

You’re the defender of the weak
You comfort those in need
You lift us up on wings like eagles

Strength will rise as we wait upon the Lord
Wait upon the Lord, we will wait upon the Lord
Strength will rise as we wait upon the Lord
Wait upon the Lord, we will wait upon the Lord

Our God, You reign forever
Our hope, our strong deliverer

You are the everlasting God
The everlasting God
You do not faint
You won’t grow weary

You’re the defender of the weak
You comfort those in need
You lift us up on wings like eagles

You are the everlasting God
The everlasting God
The everlasting God
The everlasting

You are the everlasting God
The everlasting God
The everlasting God
The everlasting

You are the everlasting God
The everlasting God
The everlasting God
The everlasting

The Lord is the everlasting God
The Creator of all the Earth
He never grows weak or weary
No one can imagine the depths of His understanding

He gives power to the weak and strength to the powerless
[Incomprehensible] become weak and tired
And young men will fall in exhaustion
But those who trust in the Lord will find new strength

They’ll soar high on wings like eagles
They’ll run and not grow weary
They’ll walk and not faint

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