1. Sandy, I love you so much! You made me laugh! And yes, the song is incredible…but so are you! FAR from boring…I love your sense of humor! Laughter is a valid "religious" experience too. I've been flat on my back for over a month now – but getting better finally. SO, (just so we sound "spiritual") you ministered to me with a good dose of laughter meds this morning! Thanks!

  2. Love that song. It's my husband's absolute fav. Jesus Culture's Kim Walker has an awesome version of it, too.

    The song stuck in my head right now? It's actually the one I just wrote a post about last night! It's a funky Christian rap song 🙂 Yes I said rap.

    Hope you are doing well!

    Blessings to you,
    Kate 🙂

  3. It's not a religious song, but I have 2 In The Morning by NKOTB stuck in my head…I feel like it's a message from God telling me not to give up on our relationship. Which wasn't my intention, but I guess in a way I was kinda heading that way. *sigh* God sure has a way of gently nudging me when I need it. 🙂

  4. Thanks for you post, I have God getting songs stuck in my head sometimes to answer questions I have, or to overcome difficulties.
    Once, I was crying, and I heard a Kate Bush song start playing in my head, "Hey, there, you lady in tears! Do you think that they care if they're real, woman? They just take it as part of the deal, lost in your men and the games you play! Trying to prove that you're better, woman? Well, you needn't get heavy with them! Like it or not, we were built tough!"…
    And, today, I had my first math class with a new teacher. I failed Algebra last semester, and felt hopeless. A song from Pokemon started playing in my head during class- "You can do it if you really try! Spread your wings and learn to fly! You can do it!".
    And, also, today, I was wondering how my friend is feeling after what he said to me after his fiance cheated on him and he was angry at the world. He said he was sorry- I know he was sincere. And I began to hear that song, "I'm not crazy, I'm just a little impaired- I know, right now, you don't care. But, soon enough, baby, then you'll see, a different side of me. I'm not crazy- I'm just a little bit weird; I know, right now, you don't care. But soon enough, baby, then you'll see, how I used to be!". My friend changed a lot after his dad died, and after this incident of course, and I'm glad I will see his more gentle side later, and that he will be healed mentally and in his heart. Praise Jesus!

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