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I Am Special

This is a really cute song that they sing in Grace’s Sunday School class to the tune of “Where is Thumbkin?”
I Am Special

I am special, I am special,
Yes, I am, Yes I am.
God has surely made me,
 just the way He wants me,
God loves me, God loves me.

Then, you take turns inserting each Child’s name.

Grace is special, Grace is special,
yes she is, yes she is.
God has surely made her,
just the way He wants her.
God loves Grace, God loves Grace.

She sings this one ALL the time about her friends.

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Jesus loves me, this I know.
For the Bible tells me so.
Little ones to Him belong,
They are weak, but He is strong.

Jesus loves me, He will stay
Close beside me all the way.
If I love Him when I die,
He will take me home on high.

Yes, Jesus loves me!
Yes, Jesus, loves me!
Yes, Jesus loves me!
The Bible tells me so.

We think of this as such a simple children’s song. The words are simple, but the message is strong…..Jesus Loves Me!

During my “days of captivity” I wasn’t allowed to do a lot of things that I thought were a normal part of life. One thing I wasn’t allowed to do was go to church.

At first, I thought it would just be a phase, but the more I wasn’t allowed to go to church, the more I wanted to be there, and the more I was told that I wasn’t going. My spirit ached and my soul wanted to worship God and be with God’s people. I found that there was a church service that aired on Sunday mornings, so every Sunday, I sat down on the couch and was glued to it. I sang along, and drank in the message from the Pastor. I longed to be there worshiping with them, but for the time being, I knew it would have to do. I looked forward to this time each week and after the service, I would usually sit down at the piano and play and sing some of my favorite hymns.

One Sunday, I was feeling extremely depressed and guilty about not being at church. I sat down and turned on First Baptist Church. They began singing “Jesus Loves Me” I sang along too, and for the first time, the message of this song really came across to me…….no matter what……Jesus loves ME! I began to cry as I sang along. After the service, I sat in silence talking to God, telling Him how much I wanted to go to church, even just ONE time. God reminded me that He knew that, He knew where my heart was and that I wanted to be at Church worshiping Him on Sunday, but He also knew my circumstances and what would happen if I tried to go to church.

That’s the wonderful thing about God. He knows. And He loves me. He loves you. …No matter what.

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