Saturday, January 19, 2013

Contemporarily Timeless

Here's Eric Whitacre's "Alleluia," released in April 2012. Who says contemporary church music can't be beautiful? This is the epitome of breathtaking: the closest we can come to hearing angels this side of heaven. Enjoy. **Note: Alleluia (or Hallelujah) is Hebrew for "Praise ye the Lord." It originates in the Psalms, which were written as Hebrew poetry and intended to be sung.
You can find this album, Water Night by Eric Whitacre, on Itunes.

Suggested verse to repeat if it's a difficult day is from Psalm 111:1b
PRC buddies, remember to breathe!
"I will give thanks to the Lord -------> 5 count inhale
with my whole heart." -------> 5 count exhale

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