Worth Singing AboutRich Stigall
I’ve told my daughters, “Someday when you bring boys home, don’t bring any boys that don’t sing. I don’t want them in the family.”
I don’t care if they sing well. I simply think we have too many good reasons to sing to avoid it entirely. Yesterday morning in Haiti two pastors’ daughters, Kristie Vaval, from Source De La Grace, and Joelle May, from Liberty Christian Fellowship (LCF) sang a beautiful song about the holiness of God. Yesterday also happened to be Kristie’s 18th birthday, which deserves a little singing.
This weekend, LCF celebrated all the birthdays of 32 orphaned and abandoned Haitian children living at Source de la Grace West. Many of them don’t know their biological birthday, but they do now know they have a Father (Psalm 68:5). At their party, they celebrated that He knows them and when they were born. He loves them and has a plan for their lives. He will not leave them or forsake them. They have new, abundant life in Jesus.
Whether you are 18 or really aren’t sure how old you are, that is worth singing about.