Monday, August 31, 2015
This is from my brother's car. He learned everything he knows about cars from reading and following manuals and thus does not have any sympathy for people like me to don't know much about cars because, well, it's not hard to find a manual and follow instructions. Some day I'll be a car genius. The principles are the same for the gospel of Jesus Christ though. If we will read and follow God's manuals as provided by his prophets and recorded in scripture--past, present and future--then we can know a lot about life through the power of His Only Begotten Son, Jesus Christ.
Along those lines, I listened to Natasha Bedingfield's song "Pirate Bones" this morning and the word thirsty just stuck out to me ("Thirsty in a desert with a bag full of gold") because Christ is the symbol of living waters, and he has promised those that come to him that they shall never thirst:
Aside from just being a beautiful song because it is honest and Natasha has a beautiful voice, her message has some hidden meaning when you consider these scriptures.
If you haven't heard Michelle Tumes' song "Healing Waters" I really recommend it too. I fell in love with the song when I was introduced to it in the missionary training center in Preston, England. I'd link to it except all I can find are 'pirated' copies on YouTube. Maybe I'll have to redo her song so I can share it openly, though I really don't think I can match her style. It is so pure.
Ah well. Take care & have a great week everyone. Sorry for not posting anything last week :) Sometimes I just don't know what to say.