Common Sense REBORN Devotion

December 29

6He said to me:  “It is done.  I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End.  To the thirsty I will give water without cost from the spring of the water of life.   (Revelation 21:6)

Good morning family!  Just three days left in 2021.  The kids are out of school, so I have been soaking in this Christmas vacation.  Of course our first week was super busy with our Kentucky trip and visiting half of our family for Christmas.  This weekend we will visit our Florida family to do Christmas down there and ring in the New Year.  I took my kiddos shopping in historic Savannah yesterday and the city was bustling with tourists.  It was a great day to go downtown and to remind myself why I love Savannah so much.  It should be a wonderful NYE celebration downtown, if everyone behaves themselves, that is.

Mrs. Z and I have decided to add one more book to the list for next year.  In the month of September, as the summer winds to an end and fall (hopefully) comes meandering in like a cool breeze, we’re going to read the classic “Mere Christianity” by CS Lewis.  I can not wait!

Back to the countdown!

Top 5 Albums of 2021:

#3- “Things of Heaven” – Red Rocks Worship

This album.  If y’all didn’t sample this collection when I was first sharing songs for it, I invite you to put it on today and just worship the Living God, who is Now Here, will Never Leave, Breathes Miracles into Things of Heaven, Again and Again.  (If you know the album, you see what I did there.) Click the image below to get the album playlist from YouTube.

Top #20 Singles:

#13- “Hymn of Heaven” – Phil Wickham

#12- “Talking to Jesus” – Elevation Worship, Brandon Lake, Maverick City Music

#11- “Breathe Miracles” – RRW

#10- “I Don’t Want To Miss a Thing” – Ellie Holcomb

#9- “Hope of the Ages” – Hillsong Worship, Cody Carnes, Reuben Morgan

And we’re all caught up! Join us tomorrow as we crack the top #5 in the countdown. It has truly been a marvelous year of music in the Christian Worship genre!


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