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Have you ever experienced the need to switch the music you wanted to listen to while you are running? You start your run and the music doesn’t fill your soul the way running does. I went running today to clear my head. I was listening to an old playlist. It has some great songs on the list. But as I ran, I realized my playlist needed to be updated.
As I ran and thought about it, I realized I wanted a playlist that would fill my spiritual need. The songs needed to have a more positive influence for my day.
So after my running shoes came off, I sat down and started making a new playlist. I thought this playlist was so good that I wanted to share it with you!
Here are 10 songs you can add to your playlist to help fill your spiritual needs.
John Egan- I Am Free
Elevation Worship- Unstoppable God
Bethel Music/Jeremy Riddle- Furious
Shaun Groves- Kingdom Coming
Bethel Music/ Amanda Cook- You Make Me Brave
Jesus Culture -Fierce
Kristian Stanfill- Not ashamed
Jesus Culture- Your Love Awakens Me
If you are new to working out, I recommend you check out my other posts. This one on creating a home gym. The post just lists a few essentials to help you build a home gym.
If you have been working out for a while, you may also like this post on how to establish a workout goal. Since the New Year is coming, now is a great time to think about your workout goals. Maybe you want to run your first 5k, or maybe you want to start to train for a marathon. Now is the time to put thought into it and create a plan of action to help you achieve that goal.
If you have some songs that make you move, I would love to hear them!
Stephanie has been blogging at Sticky Note Mom for 4 years. Before starting her blog she worked in the finance industry working on the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade to working for major financial institutions with personal financial planning and the mortgage industry. Now she shares all she has learned about frugal living to help others learn how to stop spending and start saving more.