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The Moments of Life

I have always liked this song by Cindy Morgan. It talks of finding that the moments of life are what hold the precious, often overlooked details that make up a well-lived life.

How Could I Ask For More

There’s nothing like the warmth of a summer afternoon

Waking to the sunlight, and being cradled by the moon

Catching fireflies at night, Building castles in the sand

Kissing Mama’s face goodnight, Holding Daddy’s hand

Thank you, Lord, how could I ask for more

Running barefoot through the grass, A little hide and go seek

Being so in love, that you can hardly eat

Dancing in the dark, when there’s no one else around

Being bundled ‘neath the covers, watching snowfall to the ground

Thank you, Lord, how could I ask for more

So many things I thought would bring me happiness

Some dreams that are realities today

Such an irony the things that mean the most to me

Are the memories that I’ve made along the way

So if there’s anything I’ve learned from this journey I am on

Simple truths will keep you going, simple love will keep you strong

Cause there are questions without answers, flames that never die

Heartaches we go through are often blessings in disguise

So thank you, Lord, oh thank you, Lord, how could I ask for more

Make Life In The Moments

What we strive for and believe will bring us a successful life doesn’t usually end up being what brings fulfillment. It is in the details that life happens, the big accomplishments are only one of those.

As Christians, we keep our eyes on the goal of being with the Lord one day in heaven, but right now we are here on earth.

Right now we walk with Christ and it is the path we tread with Him and with those around us that matters most. Joy is available right now, no reservation required, just join in.

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