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Sunday, January 4, 2009

"Bring the Rain" ~ MercyMe ~ Worship in Song

When selecting a song for this Sunday, I thought I was looking for something else, but I came across this song and it really touched my heart. It almost felt like my answer to those who ask, "How can you believe in a God that allows such horrendous things to happen?" My soul says, "How can I not believe."

I know answers for the Biblical basis and can tell you that and believe it; however, deep inside I will never understand because I am not God and have a limited understanding of how great He is. But, I do know that He has been the only constant stable, loving, accepting, comforting, guiding, protecting One in my life. He never changes...people do and I do. But, He doesn't. He continues to love us no matter what we do. That brings me to praise Him. Holy, Holy, Holy!!!


Anonymous said...

That's a nice song. Thank you for that :)

Mike Golch said...

CC,thanks for posting this one.

Isaiah 49 :15 -16

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