I will not be moved
Hey bloggy friends,

I just love this song from Natalie Grant and here's the video.

We shared some things regarding obedience in the last weeks and I think this song confirms what I've been hearing and learning.
What about you?
What are your thoughts?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wu8YM-XDvs


5 Comments:

Blogger Joyful said...

My thoughts in general, or my thoughts on obedience? :o)

Love this song. It's so true. We do stumble. We do make mistakes, but praying my faith remains firm on Christ the solid rock.

I don't want to be moved in my conviction and my stand for Christ - that I want to be non-negotiable, yet, at the same time, God often needs to move me and unsettle me from a place of complacency, familiarity and routine and get me taking steps of faith to move closer to Him in obedience.

Only wanting to move at the impulse of His love,
Joy

Blogger Julie Coleman said...

I love the thought behind the song-- On Christ the solid rock I stand, all other ground is sinking sand. Reminds me that while my emotions fluctuate, the truth of who Christ is to me will never change. We base our walk of faith on fact!!

Blogger JottinMama said...

I love that song! I have Natalie's CD and I play that song over and over again!

It soooo speaks to me.

Have a great week!

Blessings,
Kate :)

Blogger Wendy Blight said...

Zoe, I absolutely LOVE this song. It reminds me of Ephesians Chapter 6 where God's Word tells us to "put on the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground, and after you have done everything, to stand."

We stand firm in God's Word. We cannot stand firm in something we do not know. Knowing His Word requires reading it, believing it, and living it. Living it requires obedience. Standing firm cannot be done with out obedience.

Thank you for this beatiful reminder of the importance of obedience!!

Love you,

Wendy

Blogger Chef Diane said...

Zoe,

Just today I was sharing with someone how I felt like I have been in a "season of waiting" for the past 7 years. I love this song, the phrase "my brokenness has helped me see" rings so true in my life. I spoke about this a couple of years ago in regards to obedience.
Look a Joshua who could have gone in with swords drawn and horses blazing.
But he prayerfully listened and obeyed God's command. He simply marched around the wall and it fell.
It is so hard not to move in our own steps and wait for his command. I am at such a place of impatience right now. I just need to be obedient. Glad I stopped by today.

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