Share A Song Monday

It’s Monday and time to swap songs! This song by JJ Heller makes me smile. It has a way of reminding me that my relationship with Christ is a beautiful love story.

Now, it’s your turn! In the comments section of this post, leave a link to a song you have been enjoying lately. If you have a story for why the song is special, please share, I would love to hear it. My reasoning behind sharing songs here is similar to the Give A Penny Take A Penny concept. You leave a song…and someone else comes along and picks it up. It might be one small treasure that makes another heart dance today.


11 thoughts on “Share A Song Monday

  1. Eileen

    Jenifer, I listened to your song choice right after coming to the realization that the greatest thing I had accomplished this morning was drawing a picture with my son. Great song. Great reminder that the size of the accomplishment isn't the point. Who are we focused on?

    Lisa, Those are great lyrics! I had not heard that one yet. Thanks for sharing it. 🙂

  2. Phather Phil Malmstrom

    I have that JJ Heller album Eileen, and enjoy this song as well. Thanks for sharing it!

    One of the songs on the most recent Andrew Peterson CD has been running through my head as of late. It's called "In the Night (My Hope Lives On)" :

    The tune is almost haunting, and the lyrics are very powerful.

    Have a Blessed Day!

  3. Eileen

    Thanks, Heidi. Oldies but goodies work too! Thanks for sharing this. My first taste of Christian music was Sheila Walsh back in the 80's (before her writing days.) I still smile when I think of some of her songs I loved.

    Phil, Yes, powerful lyrics and his sound is very soothing. For some reason he sort of reminds me of Nickel Creek.

  4. Kandi

    All of these songs are great! I have been listening to some Barlow Girl lately, I am finding myself especially drawn to Beautiful Ending.

  5. Kandi

    Ok so I am listening to the radio right now and a song I haven't heard is playing right now, so I had to go on Klove and find out what is was, it is Rise by Shawn McDonald, this is quite the snappy little tune.


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