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The Greek pronoun is plural: Do you not know that y'all are God's temple and that God's spirit dwells in y'all?
Loki could be me. Loki could be you. We want him to be redeemed because we see a reflection of ourselves in him.
Awhile back, I was introduced to the talents of Eric Whitacre and his evocative song "When David Heard", by my composer-friend, Zachary Horner (if you get the chance, be sure to check out his Sound Cloud account for samples of his own amazing work), and continue to be fascinated by the song's depth and intensity … Continue reading Two Weeping Kings
As Americans we are raised to believe Kings are evil, to be cynical of all monarchies and most of all to despise hereditary succession. This is not without good cause. The best of men are still human and power draws out pride like blood in the water to a shark. And yet this is not … Continue reading Songs of Asaph: So Long Moses (Andrew Peterson)
IN THE NIGHT by Andrew Peterson A lovely, folksy wrestling with hope in the midst of darkness and fear. Miss my introduction to my "Sons/Songs of Asaph" series? Catch up here. Miss my introduction to Andrew Peterson? Read it here. Lyrics: I am weary with the pain of Jacob's wrestling In the darkness with the … Continue reading Songs of Asaph: In the Night (Andrew Peterson)
The Sons of Asaph were gifted musicians and singers, carrying on the appointment of their ancestor Asaph, author of some of the Psalms, to "raise sounds of joy". The Sons of Asaph were involved in many key events throughout Old Testament history. They sang at the recapture of the ark of the covenant under King … Continue reading Sons of Asaph