Today’s worship interlude is another instrumental from my friend Russ Hutto, who is graciously filling in for me while on vacation. I hope that you have enjoyed the “guest artist” interludes.
This interlude is different. It’s not the simple, calm, peaceful melodies I usually compose . But I decided to feature this because of the message that Russ provided, which is powerful and valid:
This was really an exercise in using notes that aren’t normally used together. As I sat and worked with the chords and motifs of this piece, I really believe the Lord showed me a picture of how sometimes the notes that we don’t intend to be placed together can sometimes produce hauntingly beautiful sounds that cause our minds to be provoked to listen. In this day and age, it is a welcome reminder that in the Kingdom, God uses all kinds of people, maybe even those that society has painted as those who can’t come together. When God moves, sometimes the sound we hear doesn’t make sense, but still moves us. (Russ Hutto)
Russ Hutto is a worship leader who wears several other hats: author, social media marketer, and graphic designer. You can peek into his other heart project, Marching Band Is Awesome (a community of over 150 thousand band kids, young and old, spread across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat), where he spends his time supporting, celebrating and showcasing the marching and music arts like marching band, winter guard, drum corps, concert band, and jazz band. for more instrumental music: http://bit.ly/MBIAmusic
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