Live Out Loud, Again

If you're a regular reader of Transitional-Woman, I hope you'll forgive a re-run.  I wrote this post a few weeks ago and wanted to replay it for the Blogging A to Z Challenge because I liked it so much.   Also, it has two L's, so that counts for something, right?

One of my favorite contemporary Christian songs was performed by Steven Curtis Chapman and is called Live Out Loud.  If you're not familiar with it, he sings about being more aware of the bigger, greater life around us and how we should, "Crank up the music, climb a mountain and shout."

As a woman who lives with a great deal of caution, I find this song inspiring, thought-provoking and empowering.  It makes me want to forget the "what ifs" of life and just .... live out loud.

It makes me want to throw off fear - fear of what could happen, fear of looking foolish and fear the unknown and just ... live out loud.

All that just from a song.  I feel excited just thinking about it.  Who knows what wonderful, exciting, unexpected things the Lord will do next?

For God did not give us a spirit of timidity, but a spirit of power, of love and of self-discipline, 2Timothy 1:7.

I want to really live my life before it is over, embrace the fun, challenges and changes around every corner.

I want to live out loud.

Blogging A to Z Challenge, the letter L, which stands for lots of great words.


  1. Good for you ! I'd like to live out loud, but my life has become Very quiet in recent years... Happy for others... ;-)

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    1. I know it's an oldie, but every time I hear it I just want to dance.