Miracle of music

I’m thankful for music and Anne’s ability to sing along.

In the days after the accident, a new song by Josh Wilson entitled, Before the Morning, was released on the radio. This song ministered the most deeply to me in those early days. After one of my most discouraging days, I was driving home from the hospital just crying and praying. After much talking with God, I meekly asked, “God, would you just let me hear that Josh Wilson song…” So I turned on the radio, and his song was playing…

Would you dare, would you dare to believe,
That you still have a reason to sing,
That the pain that you’ve been feeling
Can’t compare to the joy that’s coming.

So hold on, you gotta wait for the light.
Press on and just fight the good fight,
Cause the pain that you’ve been feeling,
Is just the dark before the morning.

Now Anne knows all the lyrics and sings along in the car. That’s a stark contrast to the dark days in the hospital, and a poignant gift from God…

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One thought on “Miracle of music

  1. Lucel-Melody Wings says:

    Good Wee-Hours of the Morning, Kathryn,

    Thank you for the invitation to come here to be with you, in thought, word and prayer.

    I’m glad Anne can now sing the words to that special song (the words are soooo true)….and that you can sing together. That’s important…and I echo you in saying it is indeed a long way from ICU. And one future day, we’ll be saying that about today, as well.

    Hope tomorrows a very good day (inside and out, for you and your entire family)…and hope you have a lovely weekend.

    Do you know how special you are? What a gift you offer, when you share your heart so openly? Can’t you just feel the cool breeze of His Spirit against your cheek?

    Much Love, Warm Support, and Prayer-Songs continuing to flow.
    Hugs,
    Lu

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