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What I love about this book, You're Going To Be Okay, and the author, Holley Gerth, is that it speaks life into the reader and any situation the reader may be going through. Holley is an encourager and her gift of encouragement pours out onto the pages of this book.

 


 

There is so much negative information readily available everywhere.  We consistently hear about the decline of the economy, job loss, foreclosures, school shootings and the list goes on and on. The news tells us that all over the world hurting people are hurting people.

What I love about this book, You're Going To Be Okay, is that it speaks life into the reader and any situation the reader may be going through. Holley is an encourager and her gift of encouragement pours out onto the pages of this book.

Books like this one give us hope that although terrible things are happening in the world and at times terrible things are happening to us, sometimes we just need to hear that in the midst of it all we are going to be okay.

This book says this to its reader using scripture references along with inspiring wisdom from Holley. Then along with the positive messages there are questions that offer self-reflection.

You get the feeling that you are sitting with a friend that is reminding you that there is always hope.

The book is offered in paperback format and on Amazon Kindle.

You can also find out more information and connect with Holley at HolleyGerth.com.


Other books by Holley include:

 

You're Already Amazing: Embracing Who You Are, Becoming All God Created You to Be


 

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Hard days, we all have them. Because every one of us is different we all need different things that help us get through tough days.
Some people need quiet time while others may need to feed off the energy of a crowd. Some of us may rely on food or shopping to try and preoccupy us from whatever has happened.
Ultimately, most of us hope that at some point we will talk to someone that cares enough about us to encourage or comfort us through their words.


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What My Heart Needs to Hear on the Hard Days

By: Ann

Hard days, we all have them. Because every one of us is different we all need different things that help us get through tough days.

Some people need quiet time while others may need to feed off the energy of a crowd. Some of us may rely on food or shopping to try and preoccupy us from whatever has happened.

Ultimately, most of us hope that at some point we will talk to someone that cares enough about us to encourage or comfort us through their words.

As an encourager it brings me great joy to make people smile or feel better if they are feeling down. Ironically, I found that when I had hard days myself instead of being understanding or encouraging I use to belittle myself in my own mind. Furthermore, I had trouble believing and receiving compliments or uplifting words from other people.

What was this? I could believe great things about other people but not believe great things about myself? How could this be?

I poured my heart out to the Lord about this issue and He revealed to me that I somehow thought that as an encourager I should be able to handle hard days better than others which unknowingly unsurfaced the sin of pride and a weak self-worth.

So now on the hard days I need to hear that …….

I don't have to compare myself by what I think I should be, by what I think I should feel or how I compare to other people.

2 Corinthians 10:12, "We do not dare to classify or compare ourselves with some who commend themselves. When they measure themselves by themselves and compare themselves with themselves, they are not wise". (NIV)

I need to hear that…

I am not a mistake. God made me and loves me just the way I am.

Psalm 139:14, "I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful and I know that full well." (NIV)

I need to hear that…

Regardless of how I may feel that I have messed up or failed badly, and maybe sometimes I have, God's love for me is still and will always be unfailing.

Proverbs 19:22a, "What a person desires is unfailing love." (NIV)

What about you? What do you need to hear most on the hard days? Remember, God is waiting to uplift your heart. Nobody knows what you need better than him. Not even you.

Prayer

Father, thank you for your comfort and love on hard days. Thank you that we do not have to be overtaken by difficult circumstances or difficult days because we have you. You are our ultimate comforter in any and all situations.  We love you always. In Jesus Name, Amen.

 

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Getting it in Your Spirit

Look for scriptures that encourage your heart and write them in your journal or on an index card. Keep this with you where you can easily access them on rough days.

What do you desire to hear on hard days? Share your comments here on post them on Facebook.

 

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In order to release the hold that fear has on us we have to saturate ourselves in God's love. Here are scriptures for you to meditate on when fear tries to overtake you. I have also included books on fear. I pray that these resources will help you to conquer fear in any and all areas of your life. I also pray that you will be filled with Godly courage to fulfill your dreams.

By: Ann 

In order to release the hold that fear has on us we have to saturate ourselves in God's love.  Here are scriptures for you to meditate on when fear tries to overtake you. I have also included books on fear. I pray that these resources will help you to conquer fear in any and all areas of your life. I also pray that you will be filled with Godly courage to fulfill your dreams.  

The Lord is the remedy for a fearful heart.

I sought the Lord, and he answered me; he delivered me from all of my fears (Psalm 34:4).

Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you (I Peter 5:7).

Focus on what is real and true, not the fear.

Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable-if anything is excellent or praiseworthy-think about such things ( Philippians 4:8).

The Lord is with us in every situation we face.

So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand (Isaiah 41:10).

If there is a problem with fear, there is a love problem as well.

There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love (I John 4:18).

For when there is a fear of the future.

Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own (Matthew 6:34).

When you fear the past.

Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the desert and streams in the wasteland (Isaiah 43:18-19).

When you fear that there will be no protection.

He will cover you with his feathers, and under his wings you will find refuge; his faithfulness will be your shield and rampart (Psalm 91:4).

 

References

Patricia Miller (2002), Quick Scripture Reference for Counseling Women, Baker Books: Grand Rapids, MI

(Scripture taken from the New International Version, 1984)

 

 

 

 

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Music

I listened to SADA K.'S NEW ALBUM "LONG STORY SHORT" this past week. Her voice is beautiful and the songs promote an uplifting message rooted in perseverance through Christ.

 

I listened to SADA K.'S NEW ALBUM "LONG STORY SHORT" this past week.  Her voice is beautiful and the songs promote an uplifting message rooted in perseverance through Christ.

Sada K. was the female lead vocalist with the band Press Play and she recorded 2 albums with them under Dream Records/Universal Music Group.

She is creating a sound all her own by writing songs that spread the message of the love of God, her faith in His majestic power, and the beauty and strength that awaits all of us within the lessons of life.

It is Sada K.'s heart's desire to create music that guides people to hope and provokes her listeners to be encouraged & persevere, no matter what they face in life (www.sadakmusic.com)

I have already picked out a few of my favorite songs to share with you.

My favorites are:

Live Love Laugh

All About Love

Stand Up

Check out the video for "Stand Up" and let me know what you think.    

More information about Sada K. and the album can be found on her official website, www.sadakmusic.com

Sada K.'s New Album is now available on iTunes, Amazon , Google Play and all other major digital distribution outlets.

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Ann Gant • Devotional

The truth is giving up and doing nothing is easier. But I believe that it hurts more to give up then it does to keep going. Besides if I am going to feel some pain it might as well be while I am on my way to my destiny.

By: Ann Gant

 No, dear brothers and sisters, I am still not all I should be, but I am focusing all my energies on this one thing: Forgetting the past and looking forward to what lies ahead,(Philippians 3:13 (NLT)

 

My husband, Michael, goes to an alternative school once a week to speak to kids. What is an alternative school you ask? It is a school for kids who have been taken out of regular public school because they have gotten in trouble too many times.

Many of these kids do drugs, sell drugs, get into fights often, and have had numerous troubles with the law. This is the last chance for them to get their lives on track or they could lose their opportunity to go back to public school.

My husband and his brother in Christ go to the school to try and speak life back into these kids. They do not always use pretty words but they try to shake up and wake up their souls so they can say, " I have got to get up from here".

It's very sad to see a young person give up on themselves before their lives have really started.

Not only are these kids giving up on their lives but some of us adults are too. You see I heard that there are some fates worse than death and I believe that would include the walking dead. Not zombies like in the movies but a person that just walks around waiting to die.

This person has no purpose, no passion for life and no direction. I believe that ultimately this person has abandoned their hope in God which has led them to give up on their destiny or purpose.

I've been in a place where I would not go forward or backward. I had a sense of God telling me to move but I felt too overwhelmed to even try. Like I was told about those kids in alternative school sometimes we feel that doing nothing is just easier. But chasing dreams and striving for God's purpose in our lives takes effort.

The truth is giving up and doing nothing is easier but I believe that it hurts more to give up then it does to keep going. Besides if I am going to feel some pain it might as well be while I am on my way to my destiny.

We are never alone. God is always with us. He promised that He would be even to the end of the age. That's forever.

Prayer

Father, we give our lives to you and everything that we are. Lead us and guide us to our destiny. Don't let us give up because when we give up on ourselves we give up on You. In Jesus Name, Amen.

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Ann Gant • Bible Study

For our Bible Study/Book Review last week we took assessments which the authors stated was designed to help give us a map of our God-given design which identifies the gifts we have to invest in the world.

(Taken from our review of Live Your Calling by Kevin & Kay Marie Brennfleck, Chapter 3, Spiritual Gifts) 

For our Bible Study/Book Review last week we took assessments which the authors stated was designed to help give us a map of our God-given design which identifies the gifts we have to invest in the world.  

This section included six assessments which included transferable skills, core work values, preferred roles, personality type, compelling interests, and spiritual gifts. We also used the assessment information to fill out our life calling map.  

For this week's chapter review I would like to go over spiritual gifts and their meanings along with the Biblical references. The Brennflecks explained that the purpose of the Spiritual Gifts Inventory is to help expedite the process of discovering and confirming spiritual gifts. Understanding these gifts can enable us to discern our callings more readily and fully.  

Spiritual gifts develop through training and use. If you think you have a particular gift look for some low-risk opportunities to try out using it. No inventory can give you absolute answers about your spiritual gifts because discovering your gifts is a process.  

***Important Note: The authors state that they realize that different denominations and churches differ in their views on spiritual gifts. Those marked with an asterisk are ones in particular about which churches may disagree. Please complete this assessment in accordance with your own beliefs about spiritual gifts.  

Spiritual Gifts  

Administration-the ability to understand the goals of a small or large group, and organize information, people, and other resources to accomplish them ( I Corinthians 12:28). 

Discernment-Ability of know whether a message or behavior that is alleged to be of God is truly of divine origin ( I Corinthians 12:8-10). 

Evangelism-Ability to bring others to faith in Jesus Christ; passionate about presenting the gospel effectively to others (Ephesians 4:11). 

Exhortation/Encouragement-Ability to help others by listening attentively and providing comfort, encouragement, and wise counsel (Romans 12:6,8). 

Faith-Ability to discern what God wants done; trusts in God to overcome apparent impossibilities; exhibits a faith that is contagious to others (I Corinthians 12:8-9) 

Giving-Ability to give money or material possessions to God's work with great delight; may be rich or poor; tends to prefer giving anonymously (Romans 12:6,8). 

Helps/Service-Ability to accomplish practical and often relatively unseen tasks that support the ministries of others; tends to prefer immediate tasks more than longer-term responsibilites ( I Corinthians 12:28).   

Hospitality-Ability to demonstrate God's embracing love in tangible ways by offering food, lodging, and as sense of belonging to others (I Peter 4:9-10). 

Intercession-Ability to pray for sustained periods of time; sees many answers to prayer (there is no specific biblical text about the gift of intercession, but there is much evidence within the Body of Christ that the gift exists). 

Knowledge-Ability to understand and use information to benefit the body of Christ ( I Corinthians 12:8). 

Leadership-Ability to set goals for the future, and to influence and direct others to accomplish God's work (Romans 12:6,8). 

Mercy-Ability to understand and minister compassionately to those who suffer from physical, mental, or emotional problems (Romans 12:6,8). 

Shepherd/Pastor-Ability to nurture and direct the spiritual growth of a group of believers (Ephesians 4:11). 

Teaching-Ability to comprehend and communicate biblical truths, enabling listeners to learn and apply God's word. 

Wisdom-Ability to apply spiritual knowledge and insight to specific problems and needs; consistently provides good counsel ( I Corinthians 12:8). 

*Apostleship-Ability to start new churches or ministries; may work in either one's own culture or a foreign country; possesses spiritual authority that is recognized by Christian leaders (Ephesians 4:11; see also I Corinthians 12:28). 

*Healing-Ability to be used by God to bring supernatural healing of physical, emotional, or spiritual problems ( I Corinthians 12:8-9, 28). 

*Miracles-Ability to pray for, and be used by God to bring about supernatural acts that glorify him ( I Corinthians 12:8-10, 28). 

*Prophecy-Ability to declare God's truth and to proclaim how God wills things to change; wants people to align themselves with God's will (Ephesians 4:11; I Corinthians 12:8-10, 28). 

*Tongues and/or Interpretation of Tongues-ability to receive and speak a message from God in public worship and/or pray privately in a language one has never learned. Interpretation-ability to explain what someone else says while speaking in tongues ( I Corinthians 12:8-10).

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There is no fear in love; but perfect love casts out fear, because fear involves torment. But he who fears has not been made perfect in love. ( I John 4:18, NKJV)
What are you afraid of? I don't mean a fear of spiders or heights. I mean what scares you to the point that you cannot function at life. An example could be you have a fear of failure so you say no to a great opportunity that you know is from God because you fear you might fail or in some cases you fear you may succeed.

By: Ann

There is no fear in love; but perfect love casts out fear, because fear involves torment. But he who fears has not been made perfect in love. ( I John 4:18, NKJV)

What are you afraid of? I don't mean a fear of spiders or heights. I mean what scares you to the point that you cannot function at life. An example could be you have a fear of failure so you say no to a great opportunity that you know is from God because you fear you might fail or in some cases you fear you may succeed.

I have allowed fear to cripple me for many years. At certain points in my life it has kept me from starting and then finishing college, from starting my business, from singing, writing, making friends and a host of other things that are my hearts desires.

How could fear keep me from all of these things you ask? Well the answer is it tormented me. The enemy of my soul used fear to torment and paralyze me by attacking my mind with discouraging thoughts.

When I would try to do the great things that the Lord placed in my heart fear whispered:

"You could never do that"                                                                

"What if you fail?"

"What if they reject you?"

"What if you mess up and everybody sees or hears it?"

And the list goes on and on. Then like a movie the deceiver would show me what these scenarios would look like. I would be instantly overcome with fear. My heart would beat hard and fast in my chest sounding like beating drums.

It seemed my only relief would come when I began to console myself with excuses.

"Well now is not really a good time anyway."

"I already have a lot going on."

"They already have people in place for that so they don't need me.

Sound familiar?

Finally, I prayed and confessed to God that I had been trying to handle one of the biggest thorns in my flesh on my own. Then I was led to the scripture in I John 4:18.

There is no fear in love but perfect love casts out fear, because fear involves torment. But he who fears has not been made perfect in love.

What is the perfect love that casts out fear? God's love. God's love is perfect. That is what it took for me to overcome the hold that fear had on me.

The knowledge and understanding of the Lord's great love for us reassures both you and me that we don't have anything to fear. He knows our hopes and dreams. He is the one who them in our hearts. He loves us and wants us to prosper.

So now when I am trying to do something that I believe is God's will and fear tries to torment me again I focus on what is true and real (Philipians 4:8).

I remember that God is with me in every situation (Joshua 1:9).

I remind myself that there is no fear in love (I John 4:18).

I remember that I can trust the Lord with every detail of my life (Proverbs 3:5-6).

You can be delivered from the torment of fear also.

You can go back to school.

You can love again.

You can make friends.

You can start that ministry.

Focus on God's love for you and trust that He intends to work out His will for your life.

 

Prayer

Father, fear tries to take hold of us when we try to accomplish your purpose in our lives. Help us to remember Your great love for us and help us to use it to reassure ourselves and others that we can go forward with our dreams without fear. In Jesus Name, Amen.

 

Related Resources

Check out our bookstore to review these suggested books on fear.

Start by John Acuff

Feel The Fear and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers, Ph.D.

Fearless by Max Lucado


 Getting it in Your Spirit

What is fear keeping you from accomplishing in your life? Pray and ask God to reveal the difference between things that you are not doing because of fear and legitimate excuses.  I'll be posting more scripture references and resources on fear tomorrow so check back. You can also post a comment on what you have not started because of fear so you can get some encouragement or what you did accomplish after God delivered you from fear to encourage someone else.

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General

Welcome to my online home. I am so excited that you are here. I am very thankful for this early Christmas present from God to me to you. I pray that this site will be a place where you can come to get a boost of encouragement, learn something new or meet and inspire other women as well.

Welcome to my online home. I am so excited that you are here.  I am very thankful for this early Christmas present from God to me to you. I pray that this site will be a place where you can come to get a boost of encouragement, learn something new or meet and inspire other women as well.  

My inspiration comes from a time in my life when I found myself at a place where I was giving up on my life. I wasn't suicidal but I just did not feel valuable. I was falling apart on the inside but I was acting like a pillar of strength on the outside.  I had every reason to be happy. I beat myself up for not being more grateful for my wonderful life. After all I have a loving husband and four beautiful kids. I live in a beautiful home and I had a great job. But still there always seemed to be something missing.

I started thinking that I needed to do more so I could feel more accomplished. When people asked what I was up to I could feel better about myself by rattling off a large list of things that I had going on. In 2007 our fourth child was born. I became a mother again to another beautiful daughter. My son was born 16 years prior so I was a little rusty on being a mommy to a new born. Instead of cutting myself some slack I put being a mommy on my running list of things that I was not doing well. Then I began to feel worthless.

I shared my feelings with a few women and soon found that I wasn't the only woman that felt this way. Some of us have been looking for our worth in a man, a job, our children, our looks, material things or our accomplishments. This mentality sets us up for failure. I found though that this is because it is not meant for me or you to expect people or things to fulfill us.

I stopped going to church and for a while and I felt like maybe God wasn't listening to me. But no matter how dark things seemed I continued to pray, read my Bible and books that pertained to my situation. After some time I could feel myself feeling better as I allowed God's love to penetrate my heart. He began showing me things every day to remind me of how special I am to Him.

Ironically, the very things that I thought would break me are the things that have me so in awe of God. He has been so creative in the ways that He inspires me. He tells me that I am valuable and I have a purpose. This message seems to be in every song, scripture, book, sermon and every intimate word that is spoken to me. He speaks to my fears, my insecurity, and my feelings of abandonment.

This is my prayer for you.

I pray that through this site you will experience the Lord this way as well. I pray that you are encouraged and inspired and feel better than ever before about your worth and purpose in Christ. I hope that you become overwhelmed by His unfailing love for you.  I pray that Christ would use me to stir up His Gift on the inside of you and make you shine from the inside out.  In Jesus Name, Amen.

Reflection:

How does God speak to you? Throughout your day be intentional at looking and listening for Him. I guarantee that He will make you smile. He wants you to know how special you are and how much He loves you. Maybe His voice will be in a song or in a special scripture that you know is just for you. Record how He inspires you in a journal so you can refer back to it. I would love to hear about how the Lord speaks to you or inspires you. Please feel free to leave a comment or join me on Facebook.

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Bible Study

Welcome to our online reading of Live Your Calling by Kevin & Kay Marie Brennfleck. I am so excited that we are starting this book. I am looking forward to us learning more about our spiritual gifts, talents and skills and how they can be applied to our callings in work and volunteer opportunities.

Welcome to our online reading of Live Your Calling by Kevin & Kay Marie Brennfleck. I am so excited that we are starting this book. I am looking forward to us learning more about our spiritual gifts, talents and skills and how they can be applied to our callings in work and volunteer opportunities.

This book is meant to provide us with direction and not for us to come away with knowing exactly what we are to do although some of us might. But I know that there are those of us that may be just starting out in careers and there are those of us that are starting over after being laid off.

Also this can be for people that just always had a feeling that they were meant to do more for the Lord but just need a better understanding of what their gifts are and where to use them.  Obviously we have to pray without ceasing and listen for the Lord's direction. The Bible is our ultimate instruction guide on everything we do.

The reading outline below is a guide. There is no specific reading schedule or chapter requirement each week. All you need to do is read the book and be ready to discuss it during the month. We will discuss the book in blog comments, on our Facebook page, and on Twitter.

The book is available in our Finding Ourselves in Christ Bookstore through our affiliate program with Amazon and can be ordered in print, but it is also offered in Kindle ebook format.  You can find it on Amazon, in Christian bookstores, or even possibly at your local library.

 

Week 1:  Monday, February 2, 2015

Read:  Introduction, Part One: Called For a Purpose- Chapters 1 & 2

 

Week 2: Monday, February 9, 2015

Read: Part Two: Creating Your Life Calling Map-Chapter 3 (Complete Assessments)

 

 

Week 3: Starting Monday, February 16, 2015

Read: Part Three: Envisioning Your God-Sized Calling-Chapters 4-6

 

Week 4: Monday, February 23, 2015

 Read: Part Four: Making Decisions within The Will of God- Chapters 7 & 8

 

Week 5: Monday, March 2, 2015

Read: Part Five: Transforming Vision into Action-Chapters 8 & 9

 

Week 6: Monday March 9, 2015

Read: Part Six-Overcoming Obstacles to Living Your Calling- Chapters 11-14

 

Week 7: Monday March 16, 2015

Read: Part Six-Overcoming Obstacles to Living Your Calling-Chapters 15-Epilogue: Seize the Day

 

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Calling

I recently saw a movie called, The Family That Preys. The story line included a lot of family drama but lessons were learned and good prevailed in the end. But what I loved about the movie was the music, specifically the song that played at the end.

It was a song originally by, Lee Ann Womack, called "I Hope You Dance" but this version was sung by Gladys Knight. Please watch the video at the end of the post to be inspired for 2015.

 

I recently saw a movie called, The Family That Preys. The story line included a lot of family drama but lessons were learned and good prevailed in the end. But what I loved about the movie was the music, specifically the song that played at the end.

It was a song originally by, Lee Ann Womack, called "I Hope You Dance" but this version was sung by Gladys Knight. 

As I do when I hear a song that I love, I rushed to find it on Google, ITunes or Spotify so that I could hear it again and put it in my music library.

The words to the song are encouraging and inspiring.  Ultimately what I received from it was that we should never give up on faith and our sense of wonder at the world around us. God has given us so much beauty in the world and if we don't pay attention we can miss it.

We can take our very heartbeats for granted. No matter what, we can never give up because hopefully when one door closes another will open.

 We'll reach crossroads in life where things may be hard or confusing and we will have to decide to sit it out and give up on our dreams or take the risk and keep going. We can't always look for the easy route or run away from something because of fear.

This is my wish for us for the New Year.

I know that there are a lot of us that have chosen in the past to sit out on life because it became hard to push forward but I am hoping that you will read these words and listen to the song and allow it to encourage you to get up and try again.

I dedicate this song to you for 2015. I hope you'll dance.

(Please see the video at the bottom of the lyrics).

 

I Hope You Dance

Written By: Lee Ann Womack

Sung By: Gladys Knight

(See Video at the bottom of this screen to hear the song)

 

I hope you never lose your sense of wonder,

You get your fill to eat but always keep that hunger,

May you never take one single breath for granted,

GOD forbid love ever leaves you empty handed,

I hope you still feel small when you stand beside the ocean,

Whenever one door closes I hope one more opens,

Promise me that you'll give faith a fighting chance,

And when you get the choice to sit it out or dance.

 

I hope you dance....I hope you dance.

 

I hope you never fear those mountains in the distance,

Never settle for the path of least resistance

Livin' might mean takin' chances but they're worth takin',

Lovin' might be a mistake but it's worth makin',

Don't let some hell bent heart leave you bitter,

When you come close to sellin' out reconsider,

Give the heavens above more than just a passing glance,

And when you get the choice to sit it out or dance.

 

I hope you dance....I hope you dance.

I hope you dance....I hope you dance.

(Time is a wheel in constant motion always rolling us along,

Tell me who wants to look back on their years and wonder where those years have gone.)

 

I hope you still feel small when you stand beside the ocean,

Whenever one door closes I hope one more opens,

Promise me that you'll give faith a fighting chance,

And when you get the choice to sit it out or dance.

 

Dance....I hope you dance.

I hope you dance....I hope you dance.

I hope you dance....I hope you dance..

 

 

 

 

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