In the darkest part of sorrow, if you hear Horatio Spafford’s well-known hymn It is Well, it can sound far-fetched. How could anyone experiencing profound pain honestly say that, though they are drowning in sorrows, it is “well” with their soul? When you look deeper into the origin of this hymn, however, you discover thatContinue reading “Whatever my lot . . .”
When I survey the wondrous cross On which the Prince of glory died, My richest gain I count but loss, And pour contempt on all my pride. Forbid it, Lord, that I should boast, Save in the death of Christ my God! All the vain things that charm me most, I sacrifice them toContinue reading “Reflecting on the Message of Isaac Watts…”
Allow me to introduce you to my absolute favorite band, Delta Rae. Now, as soon as I say favorite, I feel guilty, because there are lots of bands that I love quite dearly who compete for the lead, but I think that, after seeing them perform live, Delta Rae has moved up to first place. DeltaContinue reading “Delta Rae is My Musical True Love”
My nieces and nephews are an endless source of delight. . . and also ridiculously fickle water-works. Anybody who spends time with kids aged four-and-under probably knows exactly what I mean. As easily as they are delighted, they are enraged and as much as they enjoy life, they also become frustrated by it on aContinue reading “Not So Happy. . .”
Okay, if you are tired of people endlessly talking about how much they love Frozen and posting videos and comments about it . . . well, I’m sorry. You should probably not read on. Because the longer we obsessed creative fans have ahold on something, the more incredible the results, and the more inspired IContinue reading “Sick of the Frozen Hype? GIVE UP!”
via I am an ENORMOUS fan of Disney’s newly released film, Frozen. I have officially seen it four times in theaters, and have it pre-ordered on DVD. Some of this might have to do with a certain little 3 year old niece of mine and her deep love of the film. . . but only a smallContinue reading “Frozen: The Must-See Movie of 2014”
In my family, growing up, it was treasonous to listen to Christmas music before Thanksgiving. For some reason, even though I hated this as a kid, it’s something I hold to pretty firmly in adulthood. Thanksgiving deserves to be observed without Christmas getting all up in its business, you know? via That said, once theContinue reading “Christmas Music!”
The more I hear of Macklemore, the more I appreciate his artistry. . .
This is just incredible.
Today, after hearing Elvis’s The Girl of My Best Friend on my way to work this morning, I have decided that Jessie’s Girl is totally a rip-off. Compare: Elvis, in 1960 Springfield in 1991: Seems a little fishy. Maybe it’s not all that uncommon to be in love with your best friend’s girlfriend, though.