A few weeks ago, my pastor preached a message, and at the end he told us that we needed an anthem that we could reflect on and guide us through life.
The hubster's anthem is "Our God" by Chris Tomlin. Trust me, we get our praise on to this song! The part in the song where he says, "...if our God is greater, then who can be against us..." really ring true in his life. He has been in some situations that didn't look good in the natural realm, but God was working in the supernatural and he was able to come out victorious. All I can say is, don't even think about coming against my husband; he is so covered.
My family's anthem is Jeremiah 29:11 "For I know the plans I have for you," says the Lord, "They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope." The Spirit gave my husband this message after we lost our second son. Whenever we get sad, we reflect on this verse and how it has always rang true.
My anthem is Psalm 34:8-22. Please click the link to get the full passage, however it starts like this: "Taste and see that the Lord is good. Oh, the joys of those who take refuge in Him." I had the distinct pleasure of helping my son to memorize this entire passage when he was in first grade, and it ended up being a blessing to me. I was not familiar with what this passage held, but it's just a reminder from David to honor God and He will honor you in a way you can't even fathom. I try to make that the focus of each day; of course I fall short sometimes, but that's why we get another day to try it again.
The blog's anthem is "Do Everything" by Steven Curtis Chapman. This song perfectly describe's the purpose of this blog: no matter what you do, make sure you glorify God while doing it and you will be blessed.
What is your anthem?