Life Is Like A Song

A song can have two or three verses and a chorus. The beginning starts out small, like we start out small. The chorus grows the song, just as you grow in life. It also explains the meaning of the song from the title. Your life has meaning also.

By the second verse, you’re in it, and you’ve learned from the previous verse. You learn from your previous years in life the same way.

The chorus comes around again and you’re prepared for it, for you sang it before. Life can be that way. Although, we can’t be prepared for everything.

A song can be about love, happiness and it can be humorous. It can have sadness, trust, faith, or fear. A song can be strong and weak, fast and slow, or somewhere in between. The notes go up and down on the scale. Life is that way too.

And, there’s an ending to the song.

We. Also. End. Sometime.

Our life on earth doesn’t have to end with death. It can begin with eternal life. There is hope. Jesus.

What would you compare your life to? I used a song because I love songs and I love to sing. I wanted to compare the two to show that life can be all those things I mentioned above. The thing is, is your life what you enjoy or does it bring you purpose? Have you done everything you can to make the best of it?

For a long time I’ve thought, “How do people get by that don’t know Jesus?” I don’t know what I’d be or where I’d be in my life if He weren’t the chorus (meaning) to my song (life).

You are meaningful to God. He sent His son, Jesus, to die on a cross for you. You have to choose to have Him in your life. Some of you need a different song.
Just as I am meaningful to God, He is meaningful to me also.
Jesus is my song. He can be your song too.

Psalm 139:13-14
For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.

John 3:16-17
For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son. That whoever believes in Him, will not perish but have eternal life. God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through Him.


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