It’s so hard, as a mother, to discern the difference between defiance and a display of giftedness. Emily Kiser shares her sweet observations on this issue in her article on Charlotte Mason Poetry today.
I’m thankful to have read her words this morning. Starting the day with gentle encouragement to watch for beauty is a welcomed gift.
“Come, let us sing a psalm, and drive away the devil.”
…to this song by Mercy Me. My favorite line:
“Give me the strength to be able to sing ‘it is well with my soul.'”
Those who use the Robinson Curriculum will find this link helpful. I’ve likely posted it before, but I was reminded of it this morning and thought I’d share it with others.
“God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in time of trouble.”
An awesome reminder of Truth!
First day of Vacation Bible School is over and we have an awesome song to learn for Sunday.
It’s a jazzed up version of “I Will Sing of the Mercies“.
The kids thought it was a bit difficult, but they’ll be able to sing it with the motions in no time.
Thank You, God, for a fun first day of VBS!
“King of the World,” sung by Natalie Grant has been going through my head so often lately. Almost every time I’m in the car, it’s on the radio, too.
Had to find it on YouTube.
When Did I Forget?