This is one of the most powerful songs ever written. Granted Webber at the time was writing about a “rockstar” and not about Jesus specifically. He wove in the story of Christ and twisted it a bit, but what he left us with are some gripping songs that, while not always theologically sound, illustrate the burden Christ had.
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I came across this video looking for workouts on youtube. I have no words for this… do you?
I said there would be a part 2 and while I am working on a post about “selfish leadership” I hope this will be good for random reading over the weekend for my myriads of readers. ha!
Here is the completion to the top 10 artists that have influenced my style.
6. Kings X
8. Mad at the World
More influences to come in: books, comics, old TV because I can… It’s my blog 🙂
Did you make a list yourself? lets hear it! what are your top 10 musical influences?
We have all been influenced musically. By influence I don’t mean music you like, but rather music that has shaped your sound. The bands that laid the groundwork for how you play or sing. Here is a few of my list. Of course if I really wanted to nitpick I could come up with about 300 bands that somehow influenced me, but I think this captures at least my top 5. hmmm.. maybe I will post a part 2 with 5 more.
What’s on your list? BLOG ABOUT IT AND ADD YOUR LINK IN MR. LINKY BELOW THE POST
1. The Choir
2. Saviour Machine
3. Charlie Hall
4. Matt Redman
5. Vigilantes of Love
I found this song on Brodys Blog and it ripped my gut out.
It has some “bad” words so if your offended by them then move on. It’s not for kids and NSFW.
The lyrics are below. Let me tell you some times honesty like this just makes us realize how we as the church need to do a better job at being more like Christ.
Here’s the lyrics, and when you get a sec, check out Noah Gundersen.
Jesus, Jesus, could you tell me what the problem is
With the world and all the people in it?
Because I’ve been hearing stories about the end of the world
But I’m in love with a girl and I don’t wanna leave her
And the television screams such hideous things
They’re talking about the war on the radio
They say the whole thing’s gonna blow
And we will all be left alone
No we’ll be dead and we won’t know what hit us
Jesus, Jesus, if you’re up there won’t you hear me
‘Cause I’ve been wondering if you’re listening for quite a while
And Jesus, Jesus, it’s such a pretty place we live in
And I know we fuc*ed it up, please be kind
Don’t let us go out like the dinosaurs
Or blown to bits in a third world war
There are a hundred different things I’d still like to do
I’d like to climb to the top of the Eiffel Tower
Look up from the ground at a meteor shower
And maybe even raise a family
Jesus, Jesus, there are those that say they love you
But they have treated me so d*mn mean
And I know you said ‘forgive them for they know not what they do’
But sometimes I think they do
And I think about you
If all the heathens burn in hell, do all their children burn as well?
What about the Muslims and the gays and the unwed mothers?
What about me and all my friends?
Are we all sinners if we sin?
Does it even matter in the end if we’re unhappy?
Jesus, Jesus, I’m still looking for answers
Though I know that I won’t find them here tonight
But Jesus, Jesus, could you call me if you have the time?
And maybe we could meet for coffee and work it out
And maybe then I’ll understand what it’s all about