The "Greatest Hymns" is still my favourite, but one song on "Bless the Broken Road" really caught my attention and is rapidly becoming one of my favourites as well. It is a duet with Kim Hill called "All My Tears." Some might think the song a little morbid, as it does deal with death and dying. As a Christian, though, I'm really quite OK with that, because it also deals with the glory beyond the grave. This video with Selah and Kim Hill really blesses me. Hope you enjoy it too.
What should our approach to death and dying be? Is death something to be feared? Is death something to be looked forward to? Perhaps the way you answer that depends on your walk (or lack there of) with the Lord. In God's good and perfect timing, we will all face it one day. The only question that remains is, "how will you face it when your turn comes?" We will all have an eternity. Where will yours be? Do you know that for sure?
Like a lot of other people, I'm sure, I have already requested that "All My Tears" be one of the song selections at my funeral one day. "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints" (Psalm 116:15). "For me to live is Christ and to die is gain" (Philippians 1:21).
|Defined in the Amplified Bible as: "Pause, and Think of That"|