“I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.”
In case you haven’t picked it up by now, yeah I’m kind of cheesy like that. But guess what, it’ll be a lot easier if you just accept it and enjoy the ‘interesting’ and might I say creative titles I come up with. Lol, enjoy!
First Love by Hillsong Young and Free
Whenever I write most of the time I’m trying to get back into this headspace where I am totally and intensely in love with God. Like I just wanna please Him and know more about Him. To me this song signifies the underlying heart cry we all have as young adults the fear and that once we settle down and we get married and get that career job and we start to think ‘will I still be on fire for God as much as I am in my youth?’ But when I am even struggling in my youth with the little commitments I have imagine when real life commitments get added to my plate…Sike, that’s where the grace of God comes in. But also we have to build good habits right now so when responsibilities increase those habits will be so habitual that it won’t be compromised.
Last Breath by CalledOut Music ft Rae
No matter what comes my way, I will give you glory…
Finally Found by Travis Greene
Growth is beautiful. Growth in Christ is everything.
Iwo Nikan L’ogo Ye/ Too Much for Me by Wale Adenuga
That intro alone mehn is tight! (Fam, future bae you have to play an instrument oo, I’m expecting major serenading throughout our time on this earth together or during our lifetime together…just saying)
There are plenty of instrumental bridge/interludes for major dancing and celebrating. The talking drum is legendary (talking drum is a native instrument to Nigeria and it’s called ‘talking drum’ because the sound of the drum mimics human speech)
Big God by Joyous Celebration.
Another classic and another great one for going all the way out with dancing!
My Season by Mike Abdul, Adam & Monique
This has been my soundtrack for the past week!
Happy Anniversary to Musings with Mo!