alive & breathing – worship Hymn

This season has taught me more about myself than I could imagine. I am both weaker and stronger than I thought.

I am so grateful to worship leaders & writers who inspire hope in me when in the midst of a harder day, to those around me encouraging & helping me make it through, and to God for giving me the air to breathe, the strength to endure and the joy which can only be found in the safety of His embrace.

This song recently rekindled my spirit with joy, hope and the desire to praise the Lord!

🎶”What holds your heart, what stirs your soul, what matters come to mind. The cares you keep, the thoughts you think, it’s not all wasted time. Seek and you will find.

Joy still comes in the morning, Hope still walks with the hurting. If you’re still alive and breathing – praise the Lord. Don’t stop dancing and dreaming, there’s still good news worth repeating. So lift your head and keep singing praise the Lord!

Years roll by. We wonder why we lost our way from home. Our Father finds the child inside we left for growing old. Awake, awake, awake my soul!

Joy still comes in the morning, Hope still walks with the hurting. If you’re still alive and breathing, praise the Lord. Don’t stop dancing and dreaming, there’s still good news worth repeating. So lift your head and keep singing, praise the Lord!

Let everything, let everything, let everything praise the Lord. In the working, in the waiting, praise the Lord. In the blessing, in the breaking, c’mon praise the Lord. In the dying, the rising, let it praise the Lord. Let it praise the Lord, praise the Lord!”🎵

🎧ALIVE & BREATHING by Matt Maher

#sharingHope #hopefortheharddays #worshipHymn

Published by Karla Lees

sharing Hope on the hard days for the hurting, the broken and the lonely.

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