Wednesday, September 12, 2007

All Other Ground is Sinking Sand

It's funny how a tune can get in your head and just stay there. A few weeks ago, I had the MASH theme song in my head for several days. Oh, no. Just writing this has put it there again.

This morning I have found myself hearing the words to an old hymn. The words that keep going through my head are "My hope is built on nothing less than Jesus' blood and righteousness." The more I think about it, the more I realize -- that sums it up! We get caught up in arguing this point of doctrine or that. But it all boils down to this: If my HOPE is placed in anything other than the atoning blood of Jesus and His righteousness that has been credited to me -- then, as the song says, all other ground is sinking sand.

Any songs you find constantly replaying in your head?

7 comments:

Jeff said...

If We Are The Body had been in my head for two weeks and then you brought it up Sunday. Cool how that works at times.

Amazing Grace never leaves me.

Praise You In This Storm is the other that has been swirling around in my head for the last month or so.

Beverly Ross said...

If We Are the Body has been in my head since Sunday. Lately, I have been playing How Great Is Our God in my head and There Is None Like You.

Kyle R. said...

Looks like we've got some other Casting Crowns fans here.

CAsting Crowns "Who am I?" is one for me.

Every morning Shelly's alarm goes of and plays Kutlass' "We bow down and lay our crowns at the feet of Jesus..." So that one is frequently swirling for me.

jross said...

And another vote for Casting Crowns .... ."Little Town of Bethelehem". I sing it all the time! DEEP SONGS!

Art H said...

Chris Tomlin's "How Can I keep From Singing" comesup all the time.

Beverly Ross said...

I am a major lover of How Can I Keep From Singing Your Praise!!! YEA Tomlin!

Kory said...

I have "All Praises Be" stuck in my head.