Today is a special day for me. I've mentioned that a lot. What I didn't realize is that this is my fifth year of blogging. I started in March of 2007. I've shared some special moments on this blog and I've tried to be as real and vulnerable as possible.
But that's not what today is about. Today is St. Patrick's Day. I'm eternally grateful for this man. In some way I'm a believer because of his selfless and compassionate work. The short story is that a British boy was kidnapped and taken to Ireland. Years after his escape, he returned to the island of his imprisonment to share the Gospel. We remember this man as Saint Patrick.
I've blogged about this many times over the years and if you'd like to see what I had to say click a link below.
One of my personal favorites is 2009. To all my friends and family, I wish you the most Happiest of St. Patrick's Days. I'm excited to head to Downtown Rock Hill and enjoy the day with my family.
I've got a question for you.
I love music. I love all types of music actually.
For me, music speaks, interprets, moves and inspires.
One of the most powerful things music does to me though is reminds me of people or events in time.
Anita and I were talking and I asked her this question,
"When does a song become just another song again?"
I still remember "the song" that my eighth grade girlfriend and I had. I remember the songs that I put on repeat in difficult seasons of my life. I remember the songs I listened to before wrestling matches to get amped.
The list goes on. But I ask you now….
When, if ever, does a significant song from your past become just another song in your iTunes library?
You know someone who has.
You’ve heard a story or seen it on TV.
It’s something you’d never do….
but you have.
Whether you’ve physically done it, mentally done it or have justified your “innocent flirting…”
we’re all adulterers.
Walk away now, never look back. Stop the texts, phone calls, emails and facebooking. None of us are perfect but all of us can find forgiveness.
Thanks to Pete Wilson for posting this video.