Saturday, September 15, 2018

Command My Soul (Lyric Video) — Free Chapel Music

 
 
I've been looking at our view of the stars lately, caught up in the vastness, the beauty. It seems they should be singing, they are so lovely. The Milky Way in a path across the sky; I can see my Creator's work, it is almost impossible to have words....
I was touched by this song because I have been watching the sky at night, watching the dark come around my house, around the trees and bushes, cover us as if He's holding us.
 
Recently we had to have 8 trees cut down in our yard. One of those trees was about 90 feet tall. Rugged men cut it down, but they were no match for the power of that tree when it fell. It made me know, again, that I am just a little person here in this life-but I do have worth-because Jesus died for me.
 
I just wanted to say thanks to my Creator.

9 comments:

Salty Pumpkin Art said...

Prayers to all for safety during this hurricane season

Chris Lally said...

Thank you for such a lovely post, and for the beautiful music!
I stand in wonder with you, Debra.
And I'm so sorry about your trees...

Regine Karpel said...

Love.

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

I often wonder when looking at the stars just how much more there is to know and to see. I know my life is just a moment in time from the beginning of time to the end. I want to know where those who have left me are. I want to know WHY about everything. It can be empowering to think about it all when you look at the sky.
xx, Carol

Chip Butter said...

What a lovely, lovely post! I have also been admiring the beautiful night sky, and, as always, have been in absolute awe!

Debbie Nolan said...

Just such a lovely song. Beautiful post to remind us of what a magnificent God we know. Hugs sweet sister!

Jeri Landers said...

Amen! I feel the power and Genius and Glory of God, every time I step outside the door and look at "Gods Book of Nature". Even in the Hurricanes, Tornadoes, and Typhoons, there is a purpose, we just don't see it because of the devastation often left behind, but we actually NEED them.
Oh, it is painful to lose large trees!

Vicki said...

That is exactly the way I feel when I visit the ocean at night. The power of that vast body of water, the immenseness of the sky. It puts my tiny place in the universe into perspective and yet, I am loved by the Creator of it all! Beautiful post and beautiful song.

Phyllis Oller said...

I am going to have to timber some trees soon,makes me sad as I am a tree hugger,but after paying $500 to have one removed from my neighbors roof I feel I have no choise, they have not been dropped for years & are about 150 years old.