Monday, November 14, 2011

What if Blessings Come in Disguise?

I'm home from teaching at a workshop in Denver--for the HIS Writers chapter of ACFW. Had a wonderful time, but am glad to be home and settling back into my normal routine.

While in Denver, my friend Kay told me about this song . . . and I love it because it's so profound. Listen . . . and consider.




darien said...

Yes, I've been listening to that so much in recent weeks. It's a beautiful piece that makes me think...and helps to curb my complaining. So glad you had a chance to visit!

Mocha with Linda said...

Oh my. I love this song and the story behind it. Laura Story has a beautiful testimony of the journey she and her husband have walked that resulted in the writing of this song. I'm not trying to promote my blog, but you can read the interview I got to do with her in July here .

And did you know she's the same gal that years ago wrote the song Indescribable? She's only 33 now, so she was pretty young when she wrote it! Such a heart for God and wisdom!

Kay Day said...

Thank you for sharing that interview, Linda. I loved reading it.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for coming to Denver!
I had an amazing time, and I think my improv skills got even better!
You were amazing. :)

Ruthie said...

What a blessing ('scuse the pun!) to hear another believer tell about life as it really is!! As one who suffers from a multitude of physical ailments, I know first hand how tough life is but also how wonderfully faithful God is! The blessings are not necessarily something we can see or touch, but they are there because God is with us.

Thanks for sharing this, Angie. It has been a wonderful encouragement to me.