Song of the Week: “Moments” by Emerson Drive 

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It’s Friday- we made it! 

I chose “Moments,” by Emerson Drive for this week because it’s such a beautifully heartbreaking (and restoring) song. It tells a story, one I think we can all relate to on some level. 

It’s so easy for us to look at someone and decide who they are based on what we see in a moment. Truth is, we’ve all got a story, full of triumphs and defeat, happy times and sad, on top of the world and sometimes crushing beneath it. 

But should the lows make us any less? Do we only have purpose when we’re doing well? 

No matter what page we’re on in our book, we have to know that we are still here to serve a purpose. Even when this world lives in the shadow of the night, we have a responsibility to be the light. 

Never underestimate God’s ability to use absolutely anyone to show His love and power. 

The next time you see a homeless person, an addict, or a drunk, don’t be so dismissive of them, because we never know how God plans to use them. 

Enjoy your weekend! 

Celestial Nicole

6 thoughts on “Song of the Week: “Moments” by Emerson Drive 

  1. That’s a great song (it brought tears to these old eyes) and an even greater post! Thank you so much for packing so many good things into so few words! By God’s grace, may we all have more moments… moments to help someone in need, to love someone who receives no love, to be Jesus’ hands and feet and heart and voice to someone who wasn’t always that way, and to those who never had moments.

    • Thank you for stopping by Stephen!
      You are so right! We are called to be God’s hands and feet and to spread His light and love. And possibly help people create those moments. We all have something to give, sometimes it just takes a nudge from a kind and warm heart to give us the strength to make it through the next moment

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