The 4 Points

Has anyone heard of LZ7’s song ‘4 Points’?  If you haven’t, then you should. 

LZ7 teamed up with an association called The 4 Points, who has made 4 easy steps to help you realise how much God loves you and shows how easy it is to love God back. Here are the 4 points:

  1. I know God loves me
  2. I know I’ve messed up
  3. He died and paid the price
  4. Now I chose life 

I think this is a good example to live by. If you know about God but don’t actually know God then follow these steps. Acknowledge God loves you, admit you messed up, remember he died and forgave all your sins, now I chose a life with God free from sin.

It’s not gonna be easy. Once you realise these steps are true, temptation will hit you at a MASSIVE force. Temptation that the devil will use to push you away from God but with God’s strength, you can conquer it and push through the hardest time.

Just remember we may not be able to see God, but we can all feel him in us.


Why I love Music…

I love music. I love the meaning of the words, I love the singing, the instruments being used, the way it’s been composed. But there is a greater reason why I love music.

I love many types of music genres. I like listening to covers on YouTube from people such as Alex Goot or Pentatonix, I also like discovering new songs on my iTunes music chart. But my favourite type of music is Christian music, that’s not just because I’m a Christian. The reason I love Christian music the best is because I love the way it makes me feel inside. Whenever I’m down/feeling depressed or I feel empty, I know listening to Christian music will always make me feel happier about me and my life.

From Hymns to Rock, from Rend Collective to Casting Crowns, I love all messages the song has to say. I can easily put on a song and just stop what I’m doing just to listen to the words. I close my eyes and I rejoice in the splendour of the Lord. That’s the feeling I get from listening to songs that sing about the Lord and praises his name.

I think without Music, life would be boring. Without Christ, my life would be nothing. So why not combine the two?