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Wow I can hardly believe its already Monday again! With Monday brings the start to the new week and of course it also is another Music Monday.  This week the song I am sharing is He Knows by Jeremy Camp.  This song always seems to come on the radio at just the right time for me and also is one that reminds me of some of the darker places I have been in my life and how that compares to the place I live in life today.

Exactly 4 years ago today I was walking out of an eye specialist’s office in awe that in 3 months time I had miraculously received my vision back in an eye that 8 months before had been told there was nothing that could be done.

During the time that I was losing vision in my eye, I lived with panic attacks and was afraid to go to sleep at night in fear that I would wake up blind in the other eye.  I had just became a Christian shortly before the blindness happened and I know the only way I ever made it through the fear, the eye injections, the panic was because Jesus was right there with me.  He knew the pain I was in, he knew the fear I felt. He knew it all and he carried me through it all.  I look back now and wonder how I would have ever made it through had I not had him.

Another thing I did not know 4 years ago was that shortly after I received that miracle I would go through more problems with my eyes with the last being my worst fear.  This time last year I suddenly had a macular hole develop in the ‘good’ eye.  Oddly though when it happened shortly after the initial  panic I felt peace and knew that no matter what happened I would be alright.  1 month after the macular hole diagnosis, when I went back to the doctor to her surprise the hole had healed and it was completely  gone.  I had received another miracle from God.

I still have a few issues with my eyes, but nothing serious anymore. Just a little floating debris and a few flashing lights and I don’t really notice those things much at all.

The most important thing I have learned over the past 4 years is what it means to truly see the world around me.  It seems quite odd but it took blindness to make me see what was most important in life.  I also learned that sometimes what we see isn’t always about what we physically see with our eyes, its more about how we view it and what we decide to do with that knowledge.  A person can have 20/20 vision and still may never open their eyes to see what is standing right in front of them.

This may sound a little nuts to you but I am thankful for all I have been through, because it has taught me so much and made me a whole lot stronger. I also know that I really have no control over my life but the good thing is that God IS in control and when I give my burdens to him he will take care of me. All of this has taught me how to trust him and I also know that no matter what I go through in life I will never be alone.

Here is the song…

He knows
He knows
Every hurt and every sting
He has walked the suffering
He knows
He knows
Let your burdens come undone
Lift your eyes up to the one
Who knows
He knows
He knows ~  Jeremy Camp

No matter where you are today or what you are going through Jesus knows exactly how you feel and he will hold you and walk with you or even carry you through it all.

Today we are having a link-up. If you wrote a post about a song that moves you please insert the link to your blog post below.

Have a blessed day,

Terri Siebert

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9 thoughts on “Music Monday ~ He Knows

  1. Sorry for posting here Terri, but I’m having issues subscribing to this blog, not sure if anyone else has had a problem. I’m getting error messages saying…there was an error when subscribing please try again.. 🙁

    • I am not sure why that keeps happening to you. I have been having people sign up and did a test it seems to be working. Though anyone who was already following by email I was able to move so if you were already an email subscriber you should get the posts. Or you can add the blog to your reader by following the instructions from last post here on my old blog http://astorybyme.com/2015/08/23/moving/ . So sorry your having trouble and thank you for trying so hard to follow. Thanks for letting me know also.

  2. Dear Terri, what an awesome testimony to the glory of our Lord! He is the truth. Thanks for sharing. Blessings 🙂 PS I love the new design of your blog…

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