Today we start a little series that I've been affectionately calling (in my head at least) Lyrical Lettering. It's a week of embroidery patterns featuring the words of some of my favorite songs.
As today is Sunday, I thought a hymn would be a good place to start. The words "Prone to Wander" are from the song "Come Thou Fount". There have been many versions of this sung and recorded over the years, which isn't a surprise, given that it was written in 1758! It still speaks to so many, including myself. If you're not familiar, give a listen! (This is the latest version that I've found...)
"Prone to wander, Lord I feel it. Prone to leave the God I love." Yep. That's me. I wander all too easily. How about you? Do you wander in your life? Whether we realize it or not, we all wander in one way or another. Sometimes, I think a little wandering is what we need...it's not always the bad kind! But no matter where we are, God is always waiting, calling, ready for us to say "Bind my wandering hear to Thee!"
Stitch up this reminder of your wandering, and download the PDF here.
Thanks to Brad, who stitched up this pattern for the series. Check out his website for some really great found audio!
PS: If you're looking for my usual Sunday posts, see the new shhhh page.