God is still on the throne

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So one of the things I like to do once in a while is look up the daily or weekly challenges on WordPress to inspire me to write when I am have trouble coming up with something to post. Here is this week’s challenge:

For this week’s challenge, tell us the story of your special connection to one song (or another discrete musical composition, from a jazz tune to a techno track or opera aria). When did it start? How has it changed over time? Does the song’s meaning reside in the melody, the lyrics, the performer’s voice — or some other intangible element? – The Daily Post

So the song that has been rattling in my brain lately is from an artists I admire. His name is Steven Curtis Chapmen and he posted a video on Facebook November fourth. He mentioned how the elections have been really stressful this year, and has brought a lot of division among people. He said he was thinking about all of it, and decided to write a song about how no matter what happens, God is still on the throne. This has really been great for me, because sometimes I tend to forget that none of this surprises God, and regardless of who gets in office, He will and always has watched over me and my family. Check it out below, then tell me what you think in the comments. Happy Tuesday everyone, and remember, YOUR VOTE COUNTS!!!


Look for the video that is pinned.

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