A Song For Which There Are No Words

A Song For Which There Are No Words

This is one of the best Christmas songs around with which to just sit and pray. Desperation, glory, newness, joy, wonder, surprise, salvation, beauty, the fulfillment of a promise and simple surrender – they are all here.

My typical response to this song is, “How is it that I should exist? I don’t have to exist, yet I do exist… and will exist… forever.” Immediate, boundless gratitude (for which there are no words). Existence itself is the greatest blessing, is it not?

Enjoy, people.

Joey McCoy

Joey McCoy

Joey McCoy is a medical student at the University of Michigan. He enjoys hot water, Josef Pieper, the sound of waves, and anything pertaining to Evangelization.
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4 thoughts on “A Song For Which There Are No Words

    • And then I shared it with my husband and he thoughtfully asked – “What is her testimony”. I replied, I hope she just sang it. But I do not know…

  1. Patricia, Kelly
    on said:

    Our Lord Creator of Heaven & Earth, he thought of everything. We only to give our heart and Soul and Mind to Jesus! Merry Christmas baby Jesus, remain in our hearts forever, never abandon us as we shall never abandon you.

  2. This song has continued to be a source of refreshment in dry places. Celestial salve. Thank you for posting it.

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