I met Kyle at a concert by Jessica Holt, who featured Kyle as a spoken word artist in her set list. His words moved me because they were his personal words to God. They were direct, truthful, and complete; there was nothing lacking. Truth is complete and brief. He extolled the Lord in his revelations of scripture and the delight of knowing God and connecting with Him. What praise! What words of faith!
Someone must speak of the personal illumination of their soul unto God and the journey from darkness to light! Someone must speak and show us how worshiping and praising God in our own words creates a deeper and more accountable relationship with our Heavenly Father, our savior Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit who dwells in us! And so Kyle has.
Here’s is Kyle’s piece:
I will sing to the Lord as long as I live; I will sing praise to my God while I have being.
Singing to the Lord goes deeper than we realize; it’s a praise from the heart to the Most High.
Lift your voice and sing to Him, or simply bow your head, close your eyes, and lift your hands.
Or just stand in awe while you’re captivated by the presence of God through the music.
– Break for Acknowledging God –
We should sing joyfully to Him for it is by God we have the air in our lungs to produce a praise.
Music is good for faith because it connects with us wherever we are at.
Whether at church or alone in our room, we can connect to Him.
– Break for Transitioning To Praise –
But I will sing of your strength; I will sing aloud of your steadfast love in the morning! For you have been to me a fortress and a refuge in the day of my distress.
So God, while we sing and speak of you, let us forget about the rest and focus on your Goodness.
You are worthy of every second of my time; every breath I take makes me think of your Grace.
That’s why I’m so happy to praise you; that’s why this song in my soul will never be silenced.