You see, it’s not our words; our words are not going to be what stops the world in its tracks. Our words will not change the world; they’ve heard it all. It’s not normally our music, normally we make our music for us, for the body…so that we can sharpen eachother, edify the body, glorify our God. Once in a while one crosses over but, it’s not typically the music that’s going to stop the world in their tracks. Our music’s not gonna change the world, more than likely. It’s not our buildings, as grand and beautiful as some of our church buildings are, it’s not the architecture that’s gonna change the world. But I believe what will change the world, is when we begin to love eachother…and when we begin to love the world! And when we begin to reach out to the orphans, and the widows! The lower income families in our communities. When the world sees that kind of love, I’m talking about undeniable love, I believe they’ll stop in their tracks and say Yo! Whatever you people have over there, I want some of that baby, I want some of that there for me. When our houses are packed so full of love, that we’ve gotta open up the back door to let it ooze out into the valleys and the suburbs and the city streets. When the world sees that kind of love, REAL LOVE, they’re gonna stop in their tracks baby! They’re gonna say yo homie-yo homie, whatever you people have over there, you jesus freaks! I want some of that man! I want some of that Jesus for me man if it’s doin all that!
— Toby Mac, Love is in the House (Alive and Transported)
Oh, how much I love this song. ♥♥
I am fallen, flawed, and imperfect. Yet drenched in the grace and mercy that is found in Jesus Christ, there is strength. — Adam Young of Owl City (via beauty-from-ashes)
(Source: breatheinthetwilight, via doomonid)
DANCE OR DIE