When we went to Brad and April's church last Sunday, we enjoyed their little choir. They practice on Sunday evenings. These are very faithful ones. They sing to praise.
I listen to Christmas singing in the car. Three of my six discs don't work so I've been singing, "Snow is Falling on Douglas Mountain" with Raffi. I've also been singing "Thistle Hair the Christmas Bear" with Kenny Rogers. Not holy lyrically speaking but very uplifting. It's the tunes, the buoyancy of the Spirit of Christmas. You must go over and read Tina's post today. She shares from Max Lucado's amazing book, God Came Near. Gill at That British Woman also shares a book and a song today. See? People are singing all over the blog globe!
The kids at school want music, too. Yesterday we were doing a "page wash" with watercolors in our art journals. We sat and painted and they wanted music. I have a few of their "kind of songs" on my iPod, so I could satisfy their requests. After school, some girls stayed around and we listened to music together.
Can you hear the music of silence? Can you imagine the shepherds awe when the heavenly host visited them out there in the open, with all the beautiful sheep?
Well, I can't sing beautifully but I intend to sing a bit louder this morning on my way to school. I hope you'll sing today, too.