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Voice: Medium of Expression

The voice of one crying in the wilderness…the cry of an infant…the cry of anguish…my God, my God, why have you forsaken me?

Prepare ye the way of the Lord! shouts the prophets over the pages…through the years…in the voice of a multitude preparing the way in song…sing…sing a song…make it simple…to last the whole year long

Hallelujah chorus…broken hallelujahs…voices raised in acclamation and praise…shouting, hooting, hollering…raising hands…joining in on the chorus…what does

my voice add in the strains of a million other voices…expressing words wrought from synapses and snapshots of memory and experiences and teachings and lives of living example

Creating together…voices of a thousand angels…cry Holy! Holy! Holy!
The heavens declare the glory of God,
and the sky displays what his hands have made.
 One day tells a story to the next.
Psalm 19:1-2 (GOD’S WORD Translation)
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23 responses to “Voice: Medium of Expression”

  1. "my voice add in the strains of a million other voices"It always amazes me to think how the Body extends over time and space all praising Him together. A beautiful entry. 🙂

  2. how amazing to think we'll be raising our voices with the angels in heaven singing that "holy, holy, holy" forever! thanks for the beautiful reminder

  3. caffeineepiphanies Avatar

    Gorgeous! Your words just brightened by day substantially.

  4. Holy, Holy, Holy indeed~! One of your most beautiful posts, Kel! I have a wet head and am heading out the door, so I will point you to what I said over at Ro's about voice, singing as I go (I am ALWAYS singing…….a source of embarrassment for my daughter. She says I "sing at her" in public)! =]

  5. Sara- Thanks…I had the joy of worshipping at a gungor concert Wednesday night… the evening transcended time and I felt like I never wanted to leave…that's what corporate worship offers us…a taste of eternity!

  6. Yes! Holy,holy,holy…is my favorite refrain of worship…

  7. I love these five minute fridays…God surprises me every time and brigthens my day, too…he pours himself out in words!

  8. Lynni- I love that picture of you singing wherever you go…your voice is beautiful in so many ways…what a gift you are! I will check out the post at tuning my heart of praise

  9. Amazingly awesome post.

  10. Love this!! Positioning myself to praise this afternoon! Great afternoon read. New follower from Beholding Glory Link Up. 🙂 So glad I found your blog. Can't wait to read more.

  11. Let everything that has breath praise the Lord…lift your voice…..all together now…Hallelujiah!

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  13. Love this, Kel! You captured it perfectly! So beautiful how many different ways God can speak to us all through one word, isn't it? Thanks again for all your lovely encouraging words to me too!

  14. The glorious voice of God heard in and through all! Yes!!!

  15. every breath I take…I take in you, Jesus!

  16. Hi Pam! Thanks for stopping by…I agree I am amazed every week, the way this one word generates so many thoughts and even similar ones, too 🙂

  17. So beautiful, a breath of fresh air!

  18. Oh and how about this one: O for a thousand tongues to sing our great Redeemer's praise!!! Don't you love that hymn?I love your description here because it is full of life and rhythm and music and joy! Oh my! A foretaste of heaven, and so beautifully rendered! Thank you! "Hallelujah chorus…broken hallelujahs…voices raised in acclamation and praise…shouting, hooting, hollering…raising hands…joining in on the chorus…" Wow! Great writing and great praising!

  19. Loved reading all these new readers' comments, Kel! They're in for a treat!

  20. Thanks for coming by! It's amazing how we can encourage one another to worship thru our words.

  21. caffeineepiphanies Avatar

    Wow! I love your voice….your writing voice. Very powerful. Love your post.

  22. Kelly……..what an amazing stream of consciousness, as only you can share. And by the way THIRD person in less than 12 hours whose post for Friday or Saturday shared those same verses from Psalm 19. (My Still Saturday link up was one of them). God's voice is everywhere–Father, give us ears to hear.

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Hi! My name is Kel Rohlf. I am an intuitive mixed-media artist, creative writer and performer. Life is a performance. I often attend.


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