FIRST OF ALL, I’M SORRY.
Everyone who subscribes to my free blog articles missed Monday’s article. I wrote it. Honest I did. I just didn’t schedule it for pickup on time.
Here’s the link to the article, which I think you might enjoy if you like studying the Bible:
How I pick my Bible translations
After the apology
Now for today’s feature, if I scheduled it right. I’m going to link you to a YouTube song.
You know those times when a song wraps you up and squeezes like a hug from God?
It happens to me often at my church; thank you Director of Worship Arts and the Holy Spirit, listed in alphabetical order.
One song I’d like you to hear for yourself was performed in my church on the Sunday before Christmas. It was a song I had never heard before, Winter Snow.
I loved it so much that I asked the church’s technical producer if I could get a copy of the recording he made.
From the copy he gave me I created a video version of the song, a process that’s a bit intimidating because I’m a rookie at video and I’m working well outside my area of expertise. Besides, the technical producer teaches classes on this topic. And I haven’t taken any of his classes yet. So forgive my technical failings and know that this effort is from a soul hugged.
I think this particular song is a good one not only for Christmas or for those missing the warmth of the Christmas holidays. It can work nicely, too, as a song introducing Easter. (Don’t miss the last scene.)
One more thing, the lead singer is my daughter.
Winter Snow video
Here’s Becca Eck singing
P.S. What’s the point of having a blog if you can’t use it once in a while to say something nice about your own kid?