Tune-In Tuesday: Let Me Rediscover You

Welcome to Tune-In Tuesday! If this is your first time visiting on a Tuesday, I hope you will find this as a place to worship together. Each week, I share about a song that God is using in my life. One that is speaking to me in whatever season I may be going through. The invitation is for you to jump in and do it, too!

Here are the steps:

  1. Pick a song that is especially meaningful for you at this time in your life and write about it. Really think about the lyrics… and let them change you.
  2. Link up here using the linky tool at the bottom of this post. Use the name of your song as the title of your link. (If you haven’t done this before, feel free to email me with questions.) If you don’t have a blog, you can leave a comment sharing your song. ***Please use the permalink to your post, not your blog’s main site. Because of the specialized nature of this weekly series, any links that are not specifically for Tune-In Tuesday will be deleted.***
  3. Visit other people’s blogs and worship with them.
  4. Spread the word. Grab the button in the left column and add it to your post. That way, others can link up, as well. Tweet about it… Try to get others in on the conversation.
  5. And the main thing… worship! :)
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My song today is Let Me Rediscover You by Downhere. Play the video below and then continue reading.

I love this song! It makes me think about the condition of the church today… and tradition. How often we turn worshiping God into {unconsciously} serving ourselves because of man-made rules, traditions, and programs.

This song is a good reminder for us to rediscover our relationship with Jesus. To go back to when we accepted Him into our lives and remember why. It was not about pleasing man or about following rules. It was about a Man who died on the cross for our sins, and who wanted to forgive us and make us whole… One who loves us more than anyone else could ever love us.

May we all seek to find our way back to “the God I thought I knew” or for some of us… “the God I never knew.”


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