for when life is closing in and i can’t form a thought-i often just sing.  every tribe and nation has songs.  the jewish people sang the pslams.  the angels in heaven and all creation sings praises to our King of Kings.

music-it’s one of my most favorite provisions: comforting, encouraging, rejoicing, moving…..

so i had a video i wanted to upload-it’s a group of ugandan boys and their rendition of ‘What a Friend we have in Jesus’  i have never heard anyone else harmonize it the way they did.  But instead, all i can show is this photo:

it was some of the most fun i had when in Uganda-my dear friend Cricket playing the accordian and listening to these voices sing in a way only they can.


Lately i’ve been listening to Jon Foreman’s ‘seasons’ albums.  this one’s from the ‘Spring’ EP.  it catches in my head and is a great truth to have on repeat whilst washing dishes, folding clothes, etc.



remembering this particular definition:

6. Provide, in a transitive sense, is followed by against or for. We provide warm clothing against the inclemencies of the weather; we provide necessaries against a time of need; or we provide warm clothing for winter, &c.

music-a powerful provision for life.

this is part of a 31 day series on Provision.  To see the first post in the series click here.  To read the entire series click here and read backwards (the first post is listed last, the latest post is listed first-i don’t know how to change that. thank you for grace.)