Let all that I am praise the Lord; with my whole heart, I will praise his holy name. Psalm 103:1

Answers through worship!

Ok, this will be my last post about the accident….unless God gives me more insight through remembering it.

This morning marked one week since my car accident. As I waited for a friend to come pick up Naomi and I for church I was listening to my new Chris Tomlin CD See the Morning. Being goofy I was dancing around the room, holding Naomi…then I started listening to the words he was signing.

“You and I are made to worship
You and I are called to love
You and I are forgiven and free
You and I embrace surrender
You and I choose to believe
You and I will see who we were meant to be”

As I danced with Naomi and listened to the words I began to cry. How awesome is our God. He was using worship to completely release me from all the worries I have had regarding the accident. He may not have caused the accident but He allowed it to happen, knowing I could handle what was happening, knowing I would come out the other side closer to Him, knowing I would realize that He made me! He didn’t make me to worry, to stress, to live in depression. He made me to worship Him and that just happens to be my favorite thing to do. I absolutely love putting on a worship CD (preferably Chris Tomlin) and signing to Him. My favorite part of Sunday morning services has always been worship. Coming together with other Christians and singing praise to our God!!

Sharing that moment with my daughter this morning, though she’ll never remember it, will be something I’ll never forget….her first introduction to worship.

Take a few minutes of your day and put on a worship CD, maybe you aren’t one to dance around the living room, but at least listen to the words and find something in what God is trying to tell you through a song.


Comments on: "Answers through worship!" (1)

  1. Great outlook Mel… knowing, what doesn’t kill us, has the amazing potential to draw us even closer to our AWESOME God!!! Sometimes the strangest things can point us to the greatness of God.

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