Conversations

The itouch is playing as I’m journeying through new jersey to Maryland on bolt bus.

I’m listening to the album and track, Conversations, recorded by Sara Groves who has penned meaningful lyrics like this one below:

I don’t know how to say this, I don’t know how to stand, I don’t know lwhere to put my feet, or where to put my hands.I’ve got them in my pockets, my fingers are freezing cold, they’re wrapped around a ticket stub that’s four weeks old, and I don’t know how to say this. . I think we’ve figured out this world is bigger than you and I. We’ve exhausted our wealth of knowledge and have no more answers for mankind. . Chorus: We’ve had every conversation in the world about what is right and what has all gone bad, but have I mentioned to you that this is all I am, this is all that I have. . I’m not trying to judge you. That’s not my job. I am just a seeker too, in search of God. . Somewhere somehow this subject became taboo. I have no other way to communicate to you. This is all that I am. This is all that I have. . Chorus . I would like to share with you what makes me complete. I don’t claim to have found the Truth, but I know it has found me. . the only thing that isn’t meaningless to me is Jesus Christ and and way he set me free. This is all that I have. This is all that I am.

– Sara Groves

On the road trip last week, I spoke to a friend about God and I shared with him the gospel through the four spiritual laws. I too remembered that evangelism is simply taking the initiative to share the gospel by the power of the holy spirit and leaving the results to God. I prayed silently before going to sleep in the cold forest and though I don’t know if God did speak to him in anyway, I know God is working somehow.

He’s just one of the many friends I’ve been praying for all these while, and the lyrics above sums up what I often want to convey to my close friends. I don’t claim to have found the Truth, but I know it has found me. .

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