Through music, we can go from feeling alone and distant to close and compassionate. In other words, we can go from "isolation to intimacy."
As we turn to God in the chaos, we can use music to help us hear his voice through the noise. The Spotify playlist “chaos to calm” helps us both understand and calm the tumultuous emotions we feel on a daily basis. The following study pairs each song with a scripture to help you remember God in the midst of the storm.
Through music, we can go from feeling the need to pretend, to being confident in being ourselves. In other words, we can go from being "fake to real."
Through music, we can go from feeling sad and broken, to being confident that we are loved and valued. In other words, we can go from being "low to loved."
Through music, we can go from being stuck in our past, to seeing who we can become. When we say "new year, new me," we can really mean it!
Through music, we can go from being bitter and angry about our lives, to feeling gratitude and content with what we have In other words – from feeling hateful to feeling grateful.
Through music, we can go from insignificant and unimportant, to having purpose and being chosen by God. In other words – from feeling frozen to feeling chosen.
Music is a great way to slow our minds and hearts down and really think about and express our gratitude and thanksgiving.
No one is meant to go through life alone. God wants to give us friendships where we are each other's teammates, number one fans, and support systems.
We may feel regret, and think that this is just who we are. God understands how we feel, but wants to help us see that we are not defined by our mistakes.
Lorde’s song “Liability” and its follow up “Liability (Reprise)” help us understand what it looks like to start having deeper conversations with God about insecurity.
Hopelessness can be a difficult feeling to express. Through music, we can go from feeling overwhelmed by hopelessness to hopeful and dreaming with God.