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We all have giftsits how we choose to use them that make us unique One of my gifts is to make people feel loved in times of need and sadness I enjoy encouraging people with my smile and a great big bear hugGod hasalso blessed me with a great love for music I enjoy listening to music and exercising to the music as well Music is a part of me I genuinely believe that God has a plan for me to share my love of music with everyone especially those with physical disabilities My dream would be to bring my music to kids with spinal cord injuries and cerebral palsy so they can get caught up in the music while exercisingMy hope is to travel to Haiti and teach the kids with disabilities the joy of music and singing so that they can bring happiness and bliss to their friends and families Every person needs the chance to enjoy the power of music and praise to our God I would use whatever resources Haitians have to make musical instruments Even a can of rocks can make an amazing shaker It does not matter what it is made of God will be happy with the effort The Bible says Oh come let us sing to the Lord let us make a joyful noise to the rock of my salvationPsalm 951-3 Music I believe is the best way to worship our God He wants to hear our voices and music to show how much we love himConcerning worshipthe bible also says Praise the Lord Praise Him with trumpet sound praise Him with harp and lyre Praise Him with timbrel and dancing praise Him with stringed instruments and pipe Praise Him with loud cymbals praise Him with resounding cymbals Let everything that has breath praise the Lord Praise the LordPsalm 150God does not want us to stay hidden and silent from him He wants us to praise him
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