So, I have a confession to make. I’m a 27-year-old man who lately, tends to watch Reba whenever I’m bored, feeling down, or stressed. Yes, it’s been off the air for over twelve years, yet it’s still a hilarious show that’s also not afraid to talk about some very challenging issues, such as divorce, teen pregnancy, living with mistakes, etc. And a show with a very encouraging theme song. For life happens, and your “roots may be planted in the past,” but you gotta keep going. Stay strong and courageous and just take this life one day at a time. . . . He can get you through anything:
I’ve always been one of the “no Christmas music until after thanksgiving” people. But I also start longing for it once the temperatures start dropping. It’s something I’ve never really figured out, until the past couple weeks. While listening to it (through my earbuds, as to not make some upset at the untimely music), I started to evaluate the feelings it was evoking. It gave me a sense of longing. A longing for the colder weather, the food, the snow. But especially the time of family gatherings. Christmas is about the only time my family all gets together, and it’s a special occasion that I love and look forward to every year, and Christmas music helps me to get through those last couple months. Just an insight for those saying it’s too early for the music and the decorations in the stores. For some, its an emotional thing, and provides some sense of happiness in their lives.
Just thought I’d put that out there.
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Dear Hurting Heart,
I hope this song touches you. It is a beautiful composure of meaningful lyrics that may bring tears, but I pray it brings hope to you, too. May God bless you where you at.
A Caring Heart
Music is so powerful. It embraces the soul in such a unique way, and makes it feel–such raw emotion. One of the bands whose songs connect with me the most is Casting Crowns. I ask you to please just take a moment of your time, and listen to these songs and hear the powerful messages that they hold:
East to West
Music is so powerful. It embraces the soul in such a unique way, and makes it feel–such raw emotion. One of the bands whose songs connect with me the most are the Sidewalk Prophets. I ask you to please just take a moment of your time, and listen to these songs and hear the powerful messages that they hold:
The Words I Would Say