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Worship Interludes: Rains [Episode 32, May 25, 2017]

It’s rained here for the past several days.   There were times when, in the middle of the day, it was raining so hard that it was dark outside.

Rain is often a metaphor in our lives and even in our spiritual walk.   Rain can signify blessings.  It can signify washing away.  It can also signify trials and storms.

I created this interlude as part of a “Personal Disciplines Kickstart” program for my church.   It’s a short, e-mail based program that sends out short devotional videos to encourage us in personal disciplines like Bible study, prayer, worship, and meditation.

I hope as you listen you can find time to think about the rain – whether it’s a much-needed answer to prayer in your life or signs of storms on the horizon.   Take it in, breathe it in, and find peace.

Worship Interludes: Illuminate [Episode 29, May 11, 2017]

Today’s worship interlude was broadcast live from my studio on my Facebook page.  If you’d like to be notified when I’m playing “live” please consider following my page.

Taking time to stop, be still, meditate, and reflect brings about so many wonderful things in our lives.   It gives us time to slow down and pay attention to some of the signals and sounds in our mind that we’ve not discerned because of the noise of life.

As you listen today I hope that these quiet thoughts that have been covered by the busy pace of your schedule will be ILLUMINATED so that you can see and hear.  Many times, it’s those things we discover in the “still, small voice” that are the most vital for us.

Be illuminated.

Fred