Into the Unknown | Solo Piano Interludes [Episode 132, February 28, 2019]

“Into the Unknown” – Solo Piano Instrumental for Prayer, Worship, Meditation

Today’s interlude came quickly. After my morning devotion I sat down and just started to play. I often have a verse, a prayer, or a conversation that inspires the music. In this case, I had nothing. I just decided to sit down and play. That is part of the discipline of trying to record two podcast episodes every week.

When I played the last note and held the sustain pedal down, I heard the phrase “Into the Unknown” as the note’s decaying sound passed into silence.

This made sense to me. I am in a season of the unknown – facing uninvited changes in my career and wondering what is next for me.

I am so blessed to hear from you, all over the world, and how this music touches your life. I hope and pray that as you listen to this interlude, you’ll discover peace, harmony, and rest.

Enjoy the music!



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Fred McKinnon is a Pianist/Composer from St. Simons Island, GA. Checkout the full BIO for more information and a complete bio. Worship Interludes Podcast - This podcast features instrumentals for prayer, meditation, soaking worship, relaxation, study music, and rest. Visit the Podcast page to listen or subscribe. Follow on Social MediaFacebookYouTubeInstagramTwitter

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