Nate at Finding Truth shared this song. Thought it was worth sharing here.
Ran across this video today. I’ve been a big fan of this song for years — it’s one of the clearest and most succinct illustrations of the Problem of Evil that I’m aware of. I don’t know anything about the YouTuber that put these images to this song, so I can’t explain the meaning behind the first slides of this video. However, I think he did a great job putting this together. It’s chilling, really.
“God’s Song,” by Randy Newman
I just love Gabriel Rios’ music so thought I’d share! Here are a few of my favourites:
Gold – Original:
Gold – Thomas Jack Remix:
Another favourite: Straight Song
And one more: Broad Daylight
This song really encouraged me this week. In the past few weeks I’ve had to get back in touch with who I am deep inside and bring her to the surface again. Looking honestly at yourself and all of your insecurities isn’t a fun experience! It’s been painful but liberating and necessary. Thought some of my readers might need to hear the message in this song as well.
I might be able to give my blog some more attention soon. Stay tuned!
This is one of my favourite bands lately and this is one of my favourite songs of theirs. Not sure that all the lyrics are correct – youtube lyric videos are so frustrating in that way – lol! I hope some of you enjoy it. 🙂
I came across this song today and I’d never heard it before. I only knew one Proclaimers song and was enjoying listening to their other stuff. Being an atheist, I already know my answers to the questions in this song (I don’t think there is a god), but I thought some of my readers might appreciate the song:
Meet the Robinsons is my favourite kids’ movie and I love this song from it that I came across again today. I love these lines:
our lives are made
in these small hours
these little wonders,
these twists & turns of fate
time falls away,
but these small hours,
these small hours still remain
What more purpose do I need than that? Small hours … little wonders … that’s enough for me now. Such a great song and very uplifting!
Here is the regular version of the music video:
Here’s the kid version that goes along with the Meet the Robinsons movie: