Music

Art, Faith, Music, Poetry, Singleness

All existence is a long advent


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I’ve written of life as a ‘long defeat’ in the past but maybe a ‘long advent’ is the other side. Here are a few links from the web. A great post on why Christmas is precisely for those who hate it most: In the irony of all ironies, Christmas is for those who will find

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Faith, Poetry

Something for Sunday


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There’s a wideness in God’s mercy I cannot find in my own And He keeps His fire burning To melt this heart of stone Keeps me aching with a yearning Keeps me glad to have been caught In the reckless raging fury That they call the love of God ~Rich Mullins Snitched from this post,

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Art

A sixteen-year-old mystery solved


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I forgot to inform blog world that three months or so ago, a sixteen-year-old mystery that readers were involved in was solved. Back in 2012 I posted a dodgy youtube video of a recording from my time at L’Abri in Switzerland, which I’d also uploaded to youtube asking anyone who knew the piece of music

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After the National Folk Festival


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I haven’t posted a music post here in a while. I kinda fell off the wagon of finding any new music quite a while ago. But over the weekend I had a lovely friend come down with the Sydney English Country Dancers to perform at the National Folk Festival, which is on every Easter here

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Christ is mine forevermore


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So, way back here I blogged about a song I loved at our annual Bishop’s Convention. I loved it so much I asked the friend who was leading the music at that convention about it and he sent me a demo recording, which I have enjoyed listening to since. Well, City Alight have now released a

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