From the recording Glad Morning
Here are some musical reflections on, and responses to, Jesus' love, death, resurrection, and the work he is doing in us. Keep scrolling down to listen to all five songs.
Glad Morning starts, imagining what the day after the crucifixion was like.
The darkest hour's approachingStilled by the silent starsTime is slowly passing bySun has left the skyWhere is the power in hopingBlinding confusion reignsOn the night of a second dayThe night before the dayAll hope for love is laid to restAll cold and tombed in stoneWhile scattered frineds and fallen angelsLie awake aloneGlad morningWhen love is recoveredGlad morningAnd sorrow forgottenThe door once closed and guardedLets chadows cast a spellWhile an evil's finest hourA surrendering of powerNow find a light still burningAn open window glowsEven framed on dark despairLike a bride in waitingThe soul in searching finds it's placeAnd foolish questions raiseAll disappear without a traceWhen immovable stones are rolled awayGlad morningWhen love is recoveredGlad morningAnd sorrow forgottenThe soul in searching finds it's placeAnd foolish questions raiseAll disappear without a traceWhen immovable stones are rolled awayGlad morningWhen love is recoveredGlad morningAnd sorrow forgottenGlad morningWhen love is recoveredGlad morningGlad morningAnd sorrow forgottenGlad morningGlad morningGlad morningGlad morning
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