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Worship Interludes: Persisting [Episode 39, June 29. 2017)

Today as I recorded this interlude I thought about persistence.   Just like the force of the water in this beautiful photo (courtesy of Pexels.Com), persistence is a necessary force when we are striving for the goals that we have.

Whether these are goals in prayer, business, personal, or family life, it’s easy to give up.  It’s easy to lose heart.   I believe that we persistence is key.

This interlude is in the Key of Em and features a recurring motif of “minor 9” chords.  They persist throughout but small melodies begin to appear as the theme is developed.   As you listen, meditate, or pray, I hope that you’ll be reminded of those areas where you need persistence.   Ask for strength and continue to press forward!

PS:  special week on the Worship Interludes podcast, we crossed the 20,000 iTunes downloads this week and continue to grow in countries across the world!

Worship Interludes: Waiting [Episode 36, June 14, 2017]

Sometimes the waiting is the hardest part.   When you’re patiently (or impatiently) waiting … stay the course.   I know there are things deep down in your soul that you are waiting to see fulfilled.  Stay the course.

I hope you enjoy this episode.  It was a nice motif on a pentatonic idea I started with that just developed with big “tenth interval” chords in m left hand.  It’s my favorite sound.