Worship Interludes: Mysteries [Episode 67, February 27, 2018]

Today’s interlude is going to be different, in case you haven’t noticed. I’ve added another layer of sound with the acoustic piano. I wanted to experiment with some ambient synth pads and create some tension for this interlude.

I call this interlude “Mysteries”.  It’s an extended interlude over ten minutes long and gives you an opportunity to really sit back and sink into the theme.

Personally, I enjoy this type of interlude for prayers of intercession, battles in prayer, or deep meditation into the mysteries of God.

I’d love to know what you think – I realize this is quite a bit different from the typical interludes I post.  Please share your thoughts.

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One comment on “Worship Interludes: Mysteries [Episode 67, February 27, 2018]

  1. Jeff LeMaster says:

    Beautiful! What synth did you use?

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