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Worship Interludes: Scattered [March 20, 2017]

Today’s interlude is called “scattered”.  How many times do we find ourselves in a hurry … hectic, rushed, scattered, and pulled in many different directions.    As I prepare to leave town for a week, that’s how I felt this morning.  My normal devotional time in the morning was abandoned out of the hectic rush to pack and pull together everything needed for my trip.

As I played this interlude I found myself closing my eyes and taking long, deep breaths.   I could feel the stress and tension inside of me and began to release it as I played.   I hope you can do the same.

The beautiful photo on this post displays scattered rose petals.  A rose is beautiful yet fragile and with enough force, the petals fall to the ground and are scattered.  Yet, in the midst of the scatter, they are beautiful.  May our lives be the same.

Peace.

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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