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January 11, 2010

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Stumbled onto this and ot sure how all this blog and comments work but I have been struck by this verse countless times in my life yet each seems new and fresh. Maybe just timely as fresh isn't in my normal vocabulary. I must have grown up in the pue behind you getting pinched on the arm (in Christian love) by my mother whenever I was heard but not seen. I grateful for it though and did it to my girls.
The song always reminded me of my wandering heart which I was grateful for most of the time. Often it prompted a passion plea for God not to allow my heart to wander and to turn off my free will agreement. The song reminded me that my head seemed to be fettered to the less than the best even though my heart down deep was fettered to Him. I'm not in a "SBC" church and love the music but miss those hymns that challenged and convicted me weekly. Thanks for your thoughts.

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