I know that everything God does will endure forever; nothing can be added to it and nothing taken from it. God does it so that people will fear him.
It’s so easy to settle into the hum drum of life, thanking God every now and then… when you remember… or when something good happens. But how about thanking and praising him endlessly? Bit of a challenge hey? Embracing God into every minute of what you do and where you go. That’s hard, I know I find it hard, I have every intention to do it, but it doesn't always work and yet it is what my heart really wants to do.
Continuing on from my previous post about ‘Something Stirring’ and how current day worship songs seem to hit a new level with connecting and seeking a response with God. The song by Matt Redman Endless Hallelujah, does just that. It wants to draw us into this plea to thank and praise God on a continuous level.
To realise the sacrifice that Jesus made for us - I will see You as You are
Love You with unsinning heart
And see how much You paid to bring me home
To celebrate what he did for us – When I stand before Your throne
Dressed in glory not my own
What a joy I'll sing of on that day
No more tears or broken dreams
And to simply worship - And we will worship, worship
Forever in Your presence we will sing
It’s a lovely song and this week’s Friday dance is an initial thought response to it, I found the footage from a previous workshop and linked it to the music. I find it fascinating how you can take something that already made movement wise and be able to layer it over something else and it still show you what you wanted it too.
This stunning song will be explored more soon in a workshop, so come along and ‘Create Your Endless Hallelujah to the King.’
A time to weep and a time to
a time to mourn and a time to dance