More Than a Sound

On a recent trip, a woman told me that she works in a facility for deaf and blind people. She said she takes the night duty and plays CDs during the night, though many of the residents are deaf. She said that when she plays my CDs, they begin to laugh!

There is something about God's Presence that supersedes our natural senses. When God made us, he did not only give us physical eyes and ears: he also gave us spiritual eyes and spiritual ears. After all, we are not only physical beings, but also spiritual. Even if we are asleep, when our natural senses are less alert, Song of Solomon 5:2 tells us that our heart is awake and able to perceive the communications of God.

More Than a Sound

I have heard numerous testimonies about what people have "sensed", "seen" or "felt" as they listened to my music. The emphasis has not been so much on the technical or musical aspects of the recordings, but on the supernatural impartation that the listeners experienced. As believers, each one of us is able to interact with God's presence and experience the things of heaven - things that may not be obvious to our physical senses, but spiritual realities that nevertheless make a difference in our day-to-day lives. 

Zephaniah 3:17 states that God rejoices over us with singing. Each day, God is communicating with us, not only through through songs, but with thoughts, feelings, images and impressions, even if we are not conscious of it.  Why not take a moment right now to ask Him what He has been singing over you?