“Singing is one of the best means
for someone to express his or her feelings,
Without it, life would be boring and miserable,
because when I was born the first song I sang to
my parents that made them smile was entitled CRYING.”

Music is a universal language,
for the melody communicates with our soul,
and harmony towards our spirit.

I believe that without music,
life is like a body without a soul,
a sentence without a verb,
and a painting without colors.

Have we ever asked ourselves,
what if music never existed?
What if songs were never created?
What if the only sounds we hear in this world
are the sounds of grief, sorrow, hatred, pain
and anger?

What if…?

But God is gracious! Out of His love and kindness to us, He created music; He made us hear the chirp of the birds, the splash of the ocean, the flowing rivers, the passing breeze, the heartbeat of a child and the cry of the newborn.

Oh! Music, how miserable this life could be without you, your presence is the color of this life and your existence is the answer of the mystery of death, sorrow and sadness.

The Word of God says,
“Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord.” Col, 3:16,King James Version

Music was never created for a person to get discouraged, nor music was created for a person to have a communication with the devil, let us not forget that music is always to give glory only for the LORD – music is no music if it never serves its purpose.

Let us continue to sing for God, use our voices for Him – because music was created by Him, of Him and for Him alone.

Great is Thy Faithfulness, Oh God!

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“The Life Of Music”

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