This song has been on our family’s heart for a while. Sarai, our Daughter, wants to play it all the time, because she loves the beat, but also the words sing to her soul.
It’s a reminder to Kieren and I how far we have come, with both of us being first-generation Christian’s, but sadly, it also reminds us of our families who are yet to find God.
I don’t remember the exact words that were spoken to me that caused my soul to wake up. All I do remember is that I then had endless amounts of questions, that an hour before then, had never even seemed important in my life.
People are shocked when they hear my testimony, in that, I hated God – with a passion – for many years. But, they now, only see the goodness of God standing in front of them, in me.
Others do not see our journey, or the paths of destruction that we have taken, before finding God’s grace. But more importantly, believing that we freely received it, along with God’s unfailing love
I often hear “what’s the catch” – as if giving your life to Christ is somehow like a pyramid scheme, or you live in fear of eventually getting the bill that you can never pay off
Friends, my daughter sings this song because we pray for our families to find Christ. We pray that their eyes will be opened, and that, they will finally see the light too. We also pray that they will break hold of the life that leads to destruction
We are believing for a move of God…in order for dry bones to awaken.
For I have woken up, but they have not, and therefore, we will continue to sing this song, and any other song, to remind us of Who God is, but also what could happen, in a second, in each of our loved ones souls
Do it again LORD 🙌🏼
“But because of his great love for us, God, who is rich in mercy, made us alive with Christ even when we were dead in transgressions—it is by grace you have been saved. And God raised us up with Christ and seated us with him in the heavenly realms in Christ Jesus,”Ephesians 2:4-6