Music. Oh, how I love music! It has gotten me through 25 years of living day in and day out with dystonia. Music encourages my soul.Music moves me to tap out the beat.Music captivates my attention.Music excites me to lift up my hands in praise.Music invites me to lift up my voice to sing along! You, sing … Continue reading How Can I Not Sing?
I know personalizing Bible verses isn’t a new concept. But when I first personalized these verses in January, I felt like I was created for a purpose. I may not always feel worthy of this purpose because I’m a sinner. But by God’s Grace, He has Redeemed me and I am His daughter, which means … Continue reading A Letter From Your Abba Father
Hello, my name is Abigail Brown. I battle with thinking right thoughts about myself, God, and others. I have been consumed by these thoughts for years. I’ve been beating up myself with some of these thoughts year after tiring year. • They have it easier. • I’m not enough. • Why does everything have to … Continue reading Learning To Take My Thoughts Captive
2020 – what a year! It was a rough year for everyone. But as I look back at last year, I see how the Lord was my Comforter, my Peace, my Hope and my Provider. As I look ahead at the year 2021, guess what hasn’t changed in my life and your life? The Lord … Continue reading Even When…He Has A Plan.
Psalm 62:7-8 In God is my salvation and my glory: the rock of my strength, and my refuge, is in God. Trust in him at all times; ye people, pour out your heart before him: God is a refuge for us. Selah. I love verse eight; it’s such an encouragement to me. That’s one thing … Continue reading Still Learning To Trust in Him At All Times
About five months ago, before everything shut down, I had an opportunity to go to a Lauren Daigle concert with my friend. We were beyond excited. I had ordered the tickets way back in December and we had been counting down the days. At the time I ordered the tickets, my youngest sister was very … Continue reading The Lord Speaking to Me At A Lauren Daigle Concert? Say, What?