All right, so I’m taking “Music that Speaks” where no “Music that Speaks” has gone before. (And yes, I do realize that I’m about to combine Star Trek with Star Wars. I’m also throwing Mary Poppins into the mix. Hey, why not?)

A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away, Poppins popped in to visit her friendly neighborhood Ewoks.  This is the voyage of Marry Poppins. Her one day mission to exlore a strange new world. To seek out new life and musically inclined teddy bears who were oddly quite eager to give this umbrella toting traveler an earnest earful (Oh yeah, a Spiderman reference also made its first appearance.)

As Endor’s Ewok elders gathered beneath this lush vegetative planet’s mountain range, it’s double moons shone ominously down upon a perplexed Poppins.  The tension could be cut with a butter knife. Since all had been told to lower their silverware, Endor’s citizens began to loudly lament their unyielding torments, instead:

“Chim chim churi

Chim chim churi

Chim chim, Choo Doo!” they cried out.


“Three Three mountains

Three Three mountains

Three Three, enough!”

Okay, so it loses a little something in translation, but their lament makes a pretty good point: It’s about time we stopped looking at our mountains so discouragingly. Enough! We have a God who does impossible things.

#PoppinsPositivelyPunchyPets #OneIsTheLonliestNumberTwoCanBeAsBah’dPick3

Three Three MOUNTAINOUS verses:

“And Jesus answered them, “Truly, I say to you, if you have faith and do not doubt, you will not only do what has been done to the fig tree, but even if you say to this mountain, ‘Be taken up and thrown into the sea,’ it will happen.” –Matthew 21:21

Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, though its waters roar and foam and the mountains quake with their surging.” –Psalm 46:2-3

“The mountains and hills may crumble, but My love for you will never end; I will keep forever My promise of peace.” So says the Lord who loves you.” –Isaiah 54:10

Music that Speaks

“I remember what the Lord did. I remember the miracles you did long ago.  I think about all the things you did.  I think about what you have done.  God, Your ways are holy.  No God is as great as our God.  You are the God who did miracles.  You showed people your power. By Your power You saved the descendants of Jacob and Joseph.”  Psalm 77:11-15

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