Then Sings My Soul



Sometimes, words don't come easy. When we sit in raptured silence before our God... the One who spoke this universe into existence with... Just... One... Word - sometimes, we can be speechless.

It is then that my heart sings to the Lord.

'from dust towards the heavens playlist' includes songs that I've used in my devotion times with my Father in heaven and that express beautifully what my soul longs to sing to Him. The songs featured are the ones that have found their way into my blog posts. 

I hope that as you listen, the love of God will overwhelm you and your soul will sing out to the Lord. 

Do enjoy!

Songs for the Soul - Playlist of all the songs on the blog. 

What about you?
Is music a part of your quiet time with God?
Are there special songs that help you grasp the profound beauty of God's word? 
If so, please take a moment and share your favorite here.

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In addition, I thought you might like to be able to link back to the posts that inspired the inclusion of these songs. So here is a list of the post titles with the associated song titles.

(How Can It Be? - Lauren Daigle)

(You Are I Am - Mercy Me)

(I Believe - Natalie Grant) 

(Come to the Well - Casting Crowns)

(Grace - Laura Story)

(In Christ Alone - Owl City)

(Same Power - Jeremy Camp)

(Glow in the Dark - Jason Gray)

(Overwhelmed - Big Daddy Weave)

(Flawless - MercyMe)

(The Very Next Thing - Casting Crowns)

(Oh, My Soul - Casting Crowns)

Are The One Whom Jesus Loves?
(Remind Me Who I Am - Jason Gray)

Will There Really be a Morning?
(Glorious Day - Casting Crowns)

2 comments:

  1. Thank you Carli.
    I love music and spend my time listening while occupied with things around my home.
    The song 'I believe' particularly touched my heart.
    Be blessed, have a great week upcoming.
    Sandi

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    1. Thanks for your continued encouragement, Sandi! I'm so glad you were blessed. Hugs and blessings! :)

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