Worship Interludes

Worship Interludes: Step by Step [Episode 71, April 16, 2018]

Today’s interlude is called “step by step”.   It reminds us that we take each day, step by step, moment by moment.  I love how Scripture tells us to “not worry about tomorrow” (Matthew 6:34).

Personally, I felt really satisfied after creating this interlude.   Some days it just “feels right” when I’m done.   This one felt right.

My hope is that you will sense a peace and comfort as you listen and take time to remember that we should take things day by day.   Don’t worry about what tomorrow may bring – focus only on today.  It’s my prayer that this music will help you in your personal time of worship, devotion, meditation and will help relieve stress, anxiety, and worry.

I hope you’re enjoying the music.  If you are listening please consider leaving a comment and letting me know.

Worship Interludes: Sunrise [Episode 70, April 10, 2018]

A beautiful sunrise is hard to beat.   It signals the dawning of a new day, a new start.   I love how the Bible declares that God’s mercy is brand new for us each morning.  It’s like we start over with a fresh dose of it.   [Lamentations 3:23]

As the sun rises on your new day, take a moment to slow down and consider all the blessings you have.   Take time to be grateful.   Forgive those who have offended you and extend mercy to them as mercy is freely given to you.

Worship Interludes: Contemplation [Episode 69, April 3, 2018]

Well my friends, I have to confess, I was shocked when I realized that I had not posted a new interlude the entire month of March.   To say that I missed the weekly rhythm of posting interludes is an understatement.

I go through seasons where it feels like a chore.  But then, as soon as I sit down and began to play, the pleasure returns and I feel at home, in my element, doing what I love.

Today’s interlude is called “Contemplation” and that’s exactly what I was doing prior to, and during this recording.   March 2018 was a tough month as I encountered some significant changes in my business that I have managed for more than a decade.   It was a drastic change of life, pace, and honestly – it shook me.

Contemplation is good.   It helps you search your soul, pray, ask questions, and seek answers.

As I play I hope you’ll be able to listen and reflect, pray, meditate, and contemplate.