Y’all, I’m tired. I keep searching for uplifting words to share, but I’m physically spent. With continuing to heal from back surgery (now without the brace), enduring kidney stones, suffering through a stomach bug and now fighting off a flu-like virus, I’m worn down. But, thankfully, I’m not worn out. And, thankfully, there are people who have already put the perfect words to music.
By now y’all have figured out that I have a music crush on Lauren Daigle. Her song, Remember, has been filling my soul lately. And I love it when I hear my babies, in their cute little voices, say “Alexa, play Remember by Lauren Daigle” and then proceed to sing the “Remember” parts as loud as they can. I should get a video.
If you haven’t heard the song (you should), here’s a snippet of the lyrics…
In the darkest hour, when I cannot breathe Fear is on my chest, the weight of the world on me. Everything is crashing down, everything I have known. When I wonder if I’m all alone…
I remember, I remember. You have always been faithful to me I remember, I remember. Even when my own eyes could not see You were there, always there
I will lift my eyes, even in the pain. Above all the lies, I know You can make a way. I have seen giants fall, I have seen mountains move. I have seen waters part because of You.
We do have to remember that God is there in the toughest of times. We have to remember that when circumstances are difficult, God is still good. He takes broken things and makes them beautiful. When we are tempted to get down, may we remember to look up. May we remember that one small stone made the giant fall, because God was supporting the throw. What giant are you facing? Turn to God to help you take aim.
I can’t stop thinking about Your goodness. Goodness.
Now go listen to the song, let it feed your soul, and be sure to sing the “Remember” parts extra loud.