I love this song! It has been a favorite of mine for a long time. I even composed a very sad version of it on the piano once while visiting my sister. She is so sweet, she saved it and every time I visit I can find it tucked safely away in her piano bench.
This song came on while I was running today and it hit me… every thing is a blessing, the good, the bad, the confusing, the hurtful, the funny… EVERY THING. His fountain is always pouring down on us and it is all good! There are so many times when we don’t understand or believe that it is good and even times when saying something is good will bring anger, frustration and hatred from others, but His ways are mysterious and His plan is big and every move He makes is made with one thing in mind… bringing all of us home!
Whoever coined the phrase, “S’all good”, knew what they were talking about!
S’all good my friends. Have faith through your tears, believe through your pain, and say Thank You for EVERY THING!
Thank You My Love for keeping Your focus on bringing us home, despite our tears.
I love any version of the song “Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing” by Robert Robinson.
Bind my wandering heart to Thee
Prone to wander Lord I feel it
Prone to leave the God I love
Here’s my heart Lord take and seal it
Seal it for Thy courts above
For a moment when listening to this part I had an image of my family… they are my hearts! I pray that God will take and seal them for His courts above so that I will not wander, I will not waver off of His path, but will instead follow my loves, my hearts straight home to our one true Love and His courts above.
Jesus please help us to keep our hearts always on You!
Have you seen or heard this quote?
The way people treat you is a statement about who they are as a human being. It’s not a statement about you.
I saw this about a week ago and it didn’t sit right with me.
Have you ever been mean to someone or snapped at someone? I know I have done this. I have done it to strangers on the street as well as the ones I love the most. I know this isn’t right, and I am not condoning my actions but I am questioning whether these actions should stamp me as a mean or angry human being?
These moments of anger thrown at another are usually tied back to something else that is bothering me, something that is making me unhappy, uncomfortable. These moments usually mean I have had a rough moment, day, week or month. When I do this it means I have a lot of other things to work on personally, but I don’t think these moments should label me or anyone else as a certain type human being.
On the flip side, have you ever woken up so joyful and full of thanksgiving and gratitude that you smiled and showed extra kindness to everyone you met that day? I have had days like this too, and these are great days, but do these actions label me as a wonderful and kind human being? How could they when I have also had days full of anger and impatience with everyone?
I think these actions, regardless of which side, should label me as a human being having a certain type of moment, not as a certain type of human being.
I think changing a few words in this quote would promote a lot more empathy and compassion.
The way people treat you is a statement about what they are going through. It’s not a statement about you.
Jesus please help us to remember that it is rarely about us and please help us to see others through Your eyes… Be Thou Our Vision!