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Worship Interludes: Storms [Episode 42, July 12, 2017]

For those who read the show notes, I’m grateful.   You’ll begin seeing that these instrumental interludes are part of my life.  I play them first for me, for my own times of devotion, prayer, meditation .. and then share them with the world.   As a result, if you follow along closely you can see the thread of my life in these interludes, much like a personal diary.

This interlude is called “Storms”.   The past week has been a week of storms in my life.  I’ve had some serious issues in my business that were very painful.  At the same time, I’ve been battling sickness in my body and have not felt good for over a week.   The combined stress of the business struggle, the erratic schedule of a holiday week, combined with getting sick has me somewhat struggling.

That’s why there haven’t been new interludes since July 4th.   But I’m back.   I’m here today to play, to worship, to share, to be vulnerable.   This interlude, “Storms” is for all those who are in the storms of life.

The overwhelming majority of my interludes are recorded in “one take”.   I started this one at least three or four times and at once point just banged the keys out of frustration.   That’s where I am.

Even still, I find peace and comfort in playing this music and sharing it with the world.   Because even in the storms, I have the Prince of Peace inside of me.

Worship Interludes: Questions [Episode 40, July 3, 2017]

Questions.

I love this picture (courtesy of Pexels.Com).   As I thought about today’s worship interlude I was reminded of all the questions that I have.   I’ve been reading about Gideon in the Bible and how despite being visited by the “angel of the Lord” Himself, Gideon had so many questions and doubts about his purpose.   He went through numerous questions and tests and still doubted.

How many questions do we have unanswered?  How many doubts do we have?   I hope that during this interlude you will ponder those things in your heart that you question … or even doubt.   Ask for guidance to know the perfect will and plan for these things.

It’s OK to have questions.   I hope you find answers.