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My Favorite Song

Hello, everyone! Welcome back! Today, before I get to my post, I have a quick announcement: I launched my email list! It’s something I’ve been working on for a few months now, and I’m so excited about it. You can sign up for it here, and receive my latest short story, A Summer for Missions. I’ll be sending out an email at the end of each month with a short story, updates, and more.

And now, today’s post. . . a song that has been very encouraging to me, and I hope it can be for you too.

Last Friday, my mom, sister and I went to a for King and Country concert in New York. It. Was. Spectacular! They are such a great band with amazing songs. Their latest album, What Are We Waiting For? is so good.

One of my favorite for King and Country songs is Shoulders. I listen to it almost every day, and it has been such an encouragement to me. 

The song talks about how even when we’re going through tough times, God is there, walking with us, and how our help comes from Him.

And that wraps up today’s post! What have you been listening to lately? Is there a song that has been an encouragement to you? I’d love to hear about it! I’m planning on doing more of these posts as part of my new blogging schedule, so I’d like to hear your thoughts and ideas.


6 thoughts on “My Favorite Song”

  1. Yes, Shoulders is an amazing song.
    Also, that’s awesome that you got to go to one of their concerts!!
    Hmm… oh, a song that’s been an encouragement and is really good is You Got It by Trip Lee. I just love it. It’s based off of John 6:68, I think.

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