Saturday, September 27, 2008


"Even though I can't see you - I will trust the unseen"

Today on THEN SINGS MY SOUL SATURDAY, I would like to share with you this video by Barlow Girl. The first time I heard this song, it spoke to my heart.

HEBREWS 11:1 "Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen."

To enjoy other worshipful hearts and songs, join Amy over at Signs, Miracles and Wonders for todays THEN SINGS MY SOUL SATURDAY. Find more songs HERE!


~~Devita~~ said...

ouw.. so nice.... i like the verses:D

thank you:D

have a great day!

Peggy said...

Blessings Laurie...I've constantly cried out...yet trusted the unseen.
Thanks for sharing Barlow Girl with
Never Alone! Seems like a common theme in most songs today was ALONE...that we never are alone, even if we feel alone. Strange how we can sometimes be surrounded by many people but feel alone with we do not sense His Presence! I'm not sure why this song touched you & spoke to your heart, but I'll trust that it has...and more so that HEBREWS 11 is the FAITH that you hold on to...wife of a minister!
You just celebrated a grand milestone...of course, never alone!

Hold on to that faith! Keep the hope! And shine with His light!
Enjoy a wonderful weekend & Lord's day!

4xblessed said...

Hi Laurie... I found your blog through another blog site I like to read. I am the wife of a Church of God minister who is finishing his Master's Degree to go back into the military as a Chaplain. It is very encouraging to read about strong women of God and see how others struggle yet still stand strong...Life as a minister's wife is challenging at times juggling the role of mom,wife,friend and all the other titles given to us but it is a life I am honored and feel blessed to live. I am happy to have found your blog site and will keep visiting for encouragement and friendship. I really enjoyed this song and the message is true. There are times we can't feel or see the hand of God but it is our faith that tells us that he is still there loving us and taking care of us. Blessings to you and your family.