We are what we listen to

Rebecca

For me personally, I am feeling my mood, my spirits, and my thoughts become more positive and open to the Holy Spirit. More importantly and with deeper conviction was the day my boys (4 and 2 at the time), started singing the "WBGL" jingle. It occurred to me they were really listening to the words of the songs on the radio/CD. From that day on my husband and I decided we would only play Christian music in the car with the kids. Now 2 years later, I have been blessed over and over when my boys (now 6, 4, and 2) all sing along with Matt Redman's "10,000 Reasons" or Matt Maher's "I Need You" and the song that says "This world is not my home." My boys are hearing God's truth, and it is imprinting on their minds and hearts! What a blessing. To make this truth even sweeter, I was not raised in a Christian home. When I became a Christian at the age of 16, God did many things for me. When I was a freshman in college, He promised me that someday the verse in Joshua "As for me and my House we will serve the Lord." would be true for me. Ten years later, I stand in my kitchen with my older boys singing "10,000 Reasons", and God reminded me that He was faithful to His promise, "As for me and my house we will serve the LORD!" Praise His Holy name. 

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