I have had a busy few months. My husband retired, we moved out of our log house surrounded by trees to an open lot near a pond. I am struggling to find my rhythm or my brain for that matter. I think they were both lost somewhere in the move to a new town and house. Either that, or they are yet to be unpacked.
I have struggled to write without any success and so I apologize for my absence. As a peace offering I will be posting a musical advent calendar again this year.
Today I am offering two songs that remind us of our wonderful God who loves us more than we can imagine. Christmas, after all, is not about us, but about Him and the amazing gift he gave over 2000 years ago. My prayer is that you take some time each day this month to think about what Christmas is really all about. A God who stooped down to become one of us so we could live with him forever.
The Father’s Song – Matt Redman
Salvation’s Song – Stuart Townend
Starting tomorrow there will be a Christmas song posted every day. I hope you enjoy them. Hopefully I will be back to writing in January.
I’ve missed your posts, Karen. Thank you for the God-honoring music! And I love the snow falling!
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Thanks, Roberta. Miss you, you are welcome anytime.