Worship Interludes Solo Piano: Listen [Video, March 13, 2017]

As I took a few deep breaths and began to perform this interlude I sensed the word “listen” and that I should just play a few chords and wait. The beautiful photography is courtesy of the incredible, selfless photographers at Pexels.Com who make their pictures freely available on the CCO Creative Commons license.

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Worship Interludes: Be Still [March 7, 2017]

“Be Still”.   These are the words that stood out to me in my morning devotion from Psalm 46: 10a.

Be still, and know that I am God.

It’s a good 9 hours after reading that when I finally sit down to express it musically.  It seems like days ago.

My hope is that as this melody sustains and holds, it gives you a moment to be still.

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Worship Interludes: Come Away & Rest

Today’s Worship Interlude is called “Come Away & Rest”.   I was inspired this morning in my personal devotional time in Mark 6:30-31.   The disciples had been actively ministering and pouring out and when they returned to tell Jesus about all they’d done, his response to them was  “Come away by yourselves to a desolate place and rest a while.”

It’s my hope that as you play this interlude that you can close the door and, even if only for a few minutes, find rest.   I encourage you to be still for a while after the final note clears and listen.  Don’t rush out of this.