This is one of the songs we listened to during our Lenten retreat last weekend. It was the theme for our section on Fasting. Based on the Litany of Humility, it is a wonderful way to look at things we can refrain from in our lives other than fasting from food. I’ll be sharing the other two songs we played on Saturday, as well. But probably not right away as those of you who subscribe to my blog via email don’t need to get inundated by posts from Lynda! So, they will be on the way in the next couple of days. God bless you during this upcoming time of preparation for Easter!
I know we all want to be loved, to feel special, or even just noticed, our needs considered. By someone. Not necessarily be everyone else. But that doesn’t always happen in our world. Too bad we don’t all know, and that those of us who do too often forget, that our God loves us, that to Him we are special, He notices us every moment and considers our needs.
Not just too bad, it’s tragic really. Cosmically tragic. There are so many who are so much worse off than anyone who will read these words. People living in utter poverty who don’t know where their next meal will come from and who struggle to find clean water to drink for their children and themselves.
We are called by our Creator to take care of those who have less than we. That’s actually one of our main charges in Scripture. If…
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