Submitted by ambmissions89 on Tue, 02/02/2010 - 9:21pm
So tonight in dorm devos we were singing the song by Hillsong, "To the Ends of the Earth." As we sang it I began to think about the words we were singing to Jesus (I don't believe in absentmindedly singing a song to God; I think that He'd probably like to know that we mean what we're telling Him). The words in the song talk about how we will give up anything and go anywhere in the world to tell others about God. That's great! Except, at least for me, there was one problem.
I'm a big fan of BarlowGirl, and your music has really touched me. I am an aspiring artist myself, and enjoy seeing those fellow musicians who have made it big really glorify God with what they've accomplished.
Submitted by kyracushton44 on Tue, 02/02/2010 - 7:40pm
i'm 13 and i started writing my own christian songs when i was 4 and my grandma just recently bought me my birthday cds of barlowgirl and i have been practicing for a long timeif and/or when i get famous i want to help abused women!
When my Dad gave me the girls first cd I loved it!!!! Finally a group that was cool for me and SOOO CHRISTIAN! Love the words. I am now 20 and still LOVE Barlowgirl. I am also 1/4 German, 1/4 Mexican, 1/4 Italian, 1/4 Portuguese. I went to Mexico for 3 months in 2009. I know a little Spanish. I wish I could go to Haiti right now. I'm going to community college. I want to be a missionary.
Submitted by Barlowgirl5811 on Tue, 02/02/2010 - 7:16pm
I no what you mean, Becca. That's my same question. What is our ending? Will it be beautiful? Honestly, i don't know. I don't think anyone knows what our endings are except the Lord. He knows everything there is to know about everyone. I think everyone is busy enough that they forget God and I am trying as hard as i can to not be one of those people. I do know that no one is perfect at everything, and that a lot of people lose the Lord in their daily schedules and, don't make time for him and i feel bad for those people. I really do wish that they would make time for the Lord. Also, I do agree that there were many people in the Bible that had such beautiful and passionate beginnings and somewhere in that middle, they started to forget why they were there in the first place. Also, that they had a distraction along the way and forgot who God was. Will we remember that the most important thing in the end is to be in God's arms?