Let’s Shuffle

There’s a cute little meme working its way away the blogoshpere that supposedly plays out the soundtrack to your life…if your life were a movie. Simply put your MP3 player on shuffle then answer the questions (truthfully) shuffling to a new song for each question.

1. Opening Credits

If I Stand by Rich Mullins from Songs

2. Waking Up

Sunny Days by Jars of Clay from Who We Are Instead

3. First Day at School

O Love that Will Not Let Me Go by Amy Grant from Rock of Ages

4. Falling in Love

Lord (I Don’t Know) by Newsboys from Adoration

5. Fight Song

Beautiful You by Bebo Norman from Myself When I Am Real

6. Breaking Up

It is You by Newsboys from Adoration

7. Prom

Nothing Without You by Bebo Norman from Try

8. Life is Good

Take My Hands by Newsboys from Adoration

9. Mental Breakdown

I’m in the Way by Jars of Clay from Who We Are Instead

10. Driving

San Angelo by Third Day from Wire

11. Flashback

The Heart of Worship by Phillips, Craig & Dean from The Worship Collection

12. Getting Back Together

Jealous Kind by Jars of Clay from Who We Are Instead

13. Wedding

Where Were You by Todd Agnew from Reflection of Something

14. Paying the Dues

This Fragile Breath by Todd Agnew from Grace Like Rain

15. The Night Before the War

Shout to the Lord by Darlene Zschech from Kiss of Heaven

16. Final Battle

Far Away from Here by Avalon from The Creed

17. Moment of Triumph

Carry You by Amy Grant from Rock of Ages

18. Death Scene

The Basics of Life by 4 Him from Chapter One…A Decade

19. Funeral Song

Anywhere with Jesus by Amy Grant from Rock of Ages

20. End Credits

Lord, Let Your Glory Fall by Phillips, Craig & Dean from The Worship Collection

Whoa, this is sorta a little scary, don’t you think? Some folks wonder why I choose to listen only to Christian music. That happened a long time back when I was going through a particularly rough spot in my life and I noticed how nearly every song that came on the radio at the time was what I called a “hurt me song”. It was like each song ripped my heart out all over again and it was too much to take. That was when I discovered Christian Contemporay music and fell in love with how good it made me feel. I let the music wash over me and it has healed a severely wounded heart more than once. I don’t completely shun other genres but simply choose to immerse myself in this one. :)

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