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January 27, 2013


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Rose Chandler Johnson

Show us the way O LORD to do what you'd have us do. I love it. (It also reminds me of the time I was the church pianist by default. . .my goodness gracious alive! That lasted about as long as it takes to birth a baby. The LORD was merciful and someone else came along better prepared than I.)http://www.writemomentswithgod.blogspot.com

Nancie Erhard

Exactly what a church choir is for. There's a lovely Swedish movie whose English title is "As it is in Heaven" that you might like. I love it.


Thanks! I'll have to look that one up.


I still remember my first congregational hymn at the piano: "I Am Resolved." I was terrified, but we got through somehow:)


As the "college buddy" who's had to step in to take on the university choir, I feel your pain. The Lord has a way of placing us where we're supposed to be, even when it takes us a while to get the point (speaking for myself, of course). The Spirit is greater than the tools. Let me know what you're singing for Easter.
p.s. LOVED the Southern Living cookbook blog!


Hey, college buddy! We never did make our annual Christmas call happen. If you have any time this week, give me a ring! I decided the choir was getting Val burnout and so had them elect a committee to choose their Easter music, which worked out great. The committee had a better idea of their favorites than I did, so we're singing a collection of about 8 anthems (in two services), including favorites of theirs plus two new ones. And we're doing our vocal exercises before every practice! Aren't you proud??

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