If God designed you for dawdling, may this song help you find joy and meaning in it. And if you were created for efficiency, may this song help you bless those who dawdle.
Scripture Set to Song: Philippians 3:3 – No Confidence in the Flesh. Celebrating Jesus!
Scripture Set to Song: Matthew 11:28-30 – Come Unto Me. A tender call from Jesus to us, with promises that never expire.
Scripture Set to Song: Isaiah 43:1-2 – Fear Not, Thou Art Mine. When we belong to Jesus, we need not fear any trouble we face.
A song encouraging us to remember Jesus’ practical instructions on how to live daily life. Because when we actually do it like Jesus tells us to, our lives go so much better. Just one way we can be “doers of the word, and not hearers only” (James 1:22).
A song meditating on some of the Names of God: of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, and the benefits of sowing these Names into our hearts.
Upbeat song about trusting in God, and looking back at His faithfulness when I’ve put my trust in Him.
Scripture Set to Song: Proverbs 3:5-8 – Trust in the Lord with All Thine Heart. This is a call to believe God with all our heart, and not to think we know better than He does.
Scripture Set to Song: Romans 15:13 – The God of Hope. Hope isn’t something we have to generate. It is a power miracle in us through the Holy Spirit.
Isaiah 53:5-6 set to song. “And with His stripes we are healed.” The sacrifice of Jesus for us and all it bought us.
I put these Scriptures to song to help me meditate on Psalm 91––to sow its promises into my heart, and to ground myself in the “if’s” needed to unlock these promises. I added some of Jesus’ teachings that affirm what this psalm speaks of, connecting the Old and New Testaments.