Tuesday, October 5, 2010

You are good

When the sun starts to rise
and I open my eyes you are good, so good
In the heat of the day
with each stone that I lay
you are good, so good,
With every breath I take in
I'll tell you I'm grateful again,
When the moon climbs high
before each kiss goodnight
you are good
With the road starts to turn
around each bend I've learned
you are good, so good
And when some body's hand
holds me up helps me stand
You are so good
With every breath I take in
I'll tell you I'm grateful again,
'Cause it's more than enough
just to know I am loved
and you are good
So how can I thank you
what can I bring
What can these poor hands
lay at the feet of the King
I'll bring you a love song
that's all that I have to tell you I'm grateful
for holding *her* life in your hands
When it's dark and it's cold
and I can't feel my soul
you are good, so good
when the world is gone gray
and the rains here to stay
you are still good
So with every breath I take in
I'll tell you I'm grateful again
And the storm may swell
even then it is well and you are good
"You are good" Nichole Nordeman
I changed the lyric of holding my life to holding her life. The first time I heard this song I had checked out a c.d. from the library, put it in on the drive home, and it was right after we found out about Abigail's NF. I was in a drive thru for something and was sobbing uncontrollably. The woman at the window had no idea what to do. I didn't care. It's truly how I feel in the midst of the chaos of our diagnoses and appointments. All I can do is thank God for the beautiful gift He has bestowed upon us, and sing my praises at how good He is for holding our little bug. I am grateful that He is holding her life in His hands. Enjoy her dancing to the song (it's sort of long).

Why are you downcast, O my soul? Why so disturbed within me? Put your hope in God, for I will yet praise him, my Savior and my God.

Psalm 42:11

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