It seems only appropriate to close out this week in the same I way I closed out each day at Blue Ridge.

After a full day of walking, meeting, learning, sipping, praising, and talking, I’d come back to my quiet room, prepare for bed, turn off the lights, sit on my bed, put in my earbuds and sing along with my favorite David Crowder’s song, “Only You”:

Take my heart, I Lay it down

At the feet
of you whose crowned

Take my life, I’m letting go

I lift it up to You who’s throned

And I will worship
You, Lord,
 Only You, Lord

And I will bow down before You

Only You Lord

Take my fret, take my fear

All I have, I’m leaving here

Be all my hopes, be all my dreams

Be all my delights, be my everything

And It’s just you and me here now

Only you and me here now
You should see the view

When it’s only You

As I sang this song to the Author of all my hopes and dreams each night, my soul rejoiced in knowing that mine and His were one in the same.

“But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness,
and all these things will be given to you as well.” Matthew 6:33