And I’ll watch as the sun fills a sky that was dark, and I’ll be remembering you. And I’ll think of the way that you fill up my heart, and I’ll be remembering you.

– Steven Curtis Chapman, Remembering You

The Story Behind My Tattoo

If you haven’t read “Delivered, Strong and Free” I recommend you to do that. It will give you the story of this story, so to speak. It can be found at the top of the page!

Freedom. Set Free. At peace.

It’s a reminder of being set free. The miracle of it. The way I reacted to a single prayer. The way I cringed every time I heard the name Jesus. The hatred I could feel against Christians. Sadly, how almost everybody is in need of some kind of deliverance. The power in just praying in the spirit. How anybody who believes can deliver somebody in the name of Jesus. It reminds me of the struggle of not being delivered and the feeling of hopelessness. How it feels as if God just doesn’t care. But how he does. How he really does.
This is what I want to do with my life; praying for people’s deliverance. I have been in this position myself. It is absolutely awful. I want to help people in this situation.

Love, Sara

Just Some Songs

This one helps me to stop in my everyday life and realize what I have around me. I’ve always wanted to somehow work with people and this song gives me this aching when I see the sad-looking people around me.

 

I’ve lost count of all the times I have cried to this song. When I’m feeling hopeless or just stressed out, I put my headphones on, put on this song and close my eyes. It has helped me through a lot.

 

One of my absolute favorite worship songs! I do not like to sing, but I’ll definitely sing if this song comes on.