I’ve added two new Christmas songs this time, and the title above is (obviously) not one of them.
These words came to me out of the blue one day recently, and after I managed to stop rewriting old songs (a really bad habit of mine) it came together quickly.
Esther was brave, she was wise, and she was good. It’s hard to find a better example for such times as these.
Celebrating what matters most–the promise of life found in the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The new music this time is a congregational accompaniment for the Easter hymn “He Is Risen.”
Here’s an early Christmas present: 2022’s Christmas carol, called “Night of Nights,” and a congregational accompaniment for “It Came Upon the Midnight Clear.”
Back in pre-historic times an arrangement of “Be Still, My Soul” appeared on this site. I intended to take a shot at it for SATB choir… which finally happened.
As of March 1, physical CDs will no longer be available.
A last-of-the-year Christmas solo. 🙂
Merry Christmas in September!
If I look for the image of God in each person I see, how differently will I see them? How will I treat them? How much more will I love them?
The winds may still blow, but the Lord will give us strength to stand before the gale.
One sunny Friday morning many years ago, my phone rang. Caller ID wasn’t a thing at the time, so I answered. Silly me.
Do we have room for the Son of God or are the chambers of our hearts full of clutter that shuts Him out?
At least, not for a baby.