Thursday, February 16, 2012

Music rocks.

Let me start off by saying that this is the first post that'll actually involve a bit of rambling.

I love music. It's a huge part of my life. I play guitar, and while it's an instument that a lot of people play, I still love it. I love being able to play an instrument in general. It can be both awesome and slightly frustrating if you're OC much, because while you can be able to play an instrument, you will never be able to really play that instrument. No matter how good you are, there's always something else to learn, some harder song to tackle.
I also love being able to play guitar specifically because it's manly it really lets me connect as far as worship goes. I love worshipping God. It feels very fulfilling, like it's something that I was made to- and need to - do. Being able to play guitar really lets me connect with God on a more personal level, just between me and Him. I like being able to keep in close relation with God, and that helps a lot.

Music can also completely change a person's attitude. Someone can be having a pretty crappy day, but just when just the right song comes on the radio, it can make it a lot better. This also happens a lot with Christian radio, as there aren't really any songs about drugs, sex, alcohol, or abuse of any of the aforementioned, but pretty much all the songs are uplifting, and have the underlying message of "To God be the glory".
Not to mention, it's also a great way of expressing your feelings, whether you're the one writing the lyrics or simply listening to them.
I love music. It's a humungo-normous part of my life. I'm almost always singing some song (just ask my mom).

Well, that's all I really have to say on the matter.

Soli Deo Gloria (To God Be All Glory).

1 comment:

  1. I have to agree with you about music. I t is very uplifting and can cheer me up anytime. Song told me about your blog and think it is great. If you don't mind free advertising then I will tell you I also got a blog. It is called Bound for India. But I must say I do not want to be a princess very much....-Anna Spicer