Original Music by Crossbridge
We need God. We need each other. Yet we are blocked from one another many times by shame, the fear that if you really knew me, you would leave me, or think badly of me. God who is longing to love us through his selected people has to work around our walls. Of course we do need wisdom for with whom we share. Yet on the ultimate level it doesn’t matter what anyone thinks. Jesus died for us while we were in our worst condition. He knows us and loves us desperately. But we need to risk more transparency with each other to drive out the lie that we are the only ones suffering, or addicted or in a marriage falling apart or failing somehow. It’s our weaknesses and bad parts that need the most love. Highlighting our ‘best side’ only keeps everyone comfortable and isolated with their own frozen heart.
We’ve made an attempt at airing out some pain along with God’s promise of victory in these songs and hope that you find fellow travelers who believe in you, who both weep in grief and laugh in victory along side you as we all press on to freedom.
- Rick David
Thy Kingdom Come
Special thanks to Rhonda David for singing lead, with Maria Pasio and Caroline Hobbs on background, Joe Delia for lead guitar, Jennifer Blok on oboe (The Whisper) producer / engineer / musician Dr. Joseph LoPresti who brought the music to life and thanks to Jimmy Mac for additional engineering, musicianship and recording. Songs written by Rick David, Music by Joe Lopresti and Rick David.
May the Lord answer you when you are in distress; may the name of the God of Jacob protect you.
Deep emotion and prophetic soundscapes in the persistent raw seeking of God inch by bloody inch. .
Special thanks to Producer / Engineer David Dengler who is a master of sound and our vocalists Eileen Thorgusen and Maria Pasio who angelically harmonize the song of the redeemed.
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I believe we are on the threshold of a massive outpouring of God's Spirit. In the Gospels, it was mostly the needy, broken, poor and outcast who welcomed Him. It was mostly the religious who rejected him. I expect a similar scenario every time God moves in power. I’m hoping I can recognize what He’s doing, and be a part, since along with my soft side, I can also be self-righteous and hard-hearted. As the world gets darker, and His outreach brighter with signs following, let’s all be counted among the broken who will be clamoring and splashing in His freedom, deliverance, healing and salvation… in the mighty name of Jesus!
His Sheep Hear His Voice John 10.
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