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Morning Motivation; My Sunday Song “Hosanna” Brooke Fraser

I enjoy going back to my old posts.  These posts are from a different time and what can feel like a different life.  But it is not a different life; it is my life.  A reminder that God was with me on my journey then and continues to be with me/us today.

In the past, I would publish what I called Sunday Songs.  I worship best through music.  Music touches my heart and soul. This particular post was written back in 2010 and speaks of the loss of my brother David.
I have listened to this song several times as I was preparing to re-share this post.  I had forgotten how much I loved it.  I soaked in the music, and the lyrics of the song and then the video flowed into the bridge, my favorite part.  As the bridge played, I raised my hands closed my eyes and worshiped.

(I think I will listen to it again:-)

Post from 2010

Last night I had a dream about my brother David who died about a year ago.  We were very close, and I miss him deeply.  It was a beautiful dream; we were at the farm where we grew up. It was just Dave and me.

I don’t remember what we were talking about, but it was such a joy to be with him, I remember we were laughing.  It seemed completely real, and then I woke up.  I felt sadness remembering he was gone but also hope in the fact that God loves us. God is in control regardless of what happens around us.
Each week as I sing with the praise team  I try to find a song that relates to my life.  This week the one that touched my heart was a song by Brooke Fraser”Hosanna.”  I love the bridge of the song…“Heal my heart and make it clean, Open up my eyes to the things unseen.  
Show me how to love like You have loved me.  
Break my heart for what breaks Yours, everything I am for Your kingdoms cause, 
as I walk from earth into eternity” 
(….to be with God and to see my brother again:-)

Thank you God for your love for us.



2 thoughts on “Morning Motivation; My Sunday Song “Hosanna” Brooke Fraser

    • Dave and I drifted apart when I moved to Kansas but when my Mom and Dad were coming to the end of lives David and I became extremely close. He had a slew of problems but a heart of gold. I miss him so much.

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