Sunday, March 16, 2008

Singing Rocks

Today is Palm Sunday morning and I have one of my favorite songs stuck in my head but I don't know the name of it or who sings it.

 Sorry about that.

The refrain says,'I praise Your Name above all nations, I praise Your Name above the earth... And the rocks will not cry out before me.' It is a reference to Jesus riding into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday. His disciples were cheering and praising God joyfully, shouting "Hosanna, Blessed is the King who comes in the name of the Lord."

 The Pharisees were not impressed and told Jesus "Teacher, order your disciples to stop." Jesus answered that if they fell silent, the stones would shout out.

Amen! Don't give the rocks a chance to shout God's glory before you do. Don't be afraid to open your mouth and share where your hope is from, especially during this Easter season. What an awesome opportunity to share what the Living, Resurrected Christ has meant in your life.

 If you aren't sure where to start, try reading my blog entry about evangelism and Winnie the Pooh. Just a fun read to help you find your voice.

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