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It seems obvious that this song contains several requests to God, proclaiming that God is good, and, making is more overt in the Outro with its explicit name-drop. Many may find the repetitive Chorus and Bridge as much Sarah McMillan - You Are The Avalanche (Vinyl) turn-off as I do. I find it mostly biblical, a great message, John Mark McMillan easy for unbelievers to understand, all of which glorify God. However, its overuse of repetition and unbiblical error shrouds His glory.
I am torn over its congregational usage. While it does have some Marks in terms of Scriptural references, the error in Verse 2 will require some tweaking to remain theologically accurate. Also, consider cutting out some of its repetition, especially around the Bridge.
Track: King of My Heart listen to the song buy the song. Album: You Are the Avalanche buy the album. Calmly and politely state your case in a comment, below. I had never heard it until my church started singing it last fall.
Unfortunately, I immediately disliked it because of the ridiculous amount of repetition. Definitely not buying this one. You are a lot braver than I am! I just stand there, watching other people and enduring the relentless repetition during worship. I should start excusing myself more often. I am a worship leader and have been for roughly years now, Sarah McMillan - You Are The Avalanche (Vinyl).
I agree with you in many regards that over repetition can be a little boring and takes up space for a chance to add some great theological nuggets. However, it saddens me to read that during a time where we are corporately worshiping God that you would walk out because of one song.
I John Mark McMillan this up because it could point to your heart being in the wrong place. I am not saying you have to sing but maybe this is the time you pray for the church, the leaders, your family, yourself. Maybe this is when you take a chance to read your Bible and reaffirm the truths of God in your heart. If you find that it is best to excuse yourself to do these things, by all means do it so that you can continue to worship and serve God but not to serve yourself.
These are excellent points! My goal was to temporarily step out for respect of other people worshipping, but your suggestions are superior than what I chose to use with that time. Worship is about God, not about me. Sometimes I forget that with my critical, analytical mindset. Thanks for that reminder! Thank you for your comment! His Word repeated every day. Thanks for that! I see what you are saying, but I am not sure if I agree. I am so excited to come across your page!
I am also passionate about making sure that the music I listen to is biblically sound. It is so great to see sites like this that are so thorough that I can take in to consideration! I am preparing for leading worship tomorrow morning, and this has give me so much useful insight! I would like to suggest a slight change to the unbeliever rating.
I think it should be slightly lower! I, as a believer, did not know half of the references in this song until I read the scriptures you attached to them. I took them more as word pictures than as scripture until you showed me the exact scriptures that it would most likely be referring to! And I clearly need to study more.
I was also thinking that this made no sense and had to be grammatically backwards. Why in the world would God be the echo or reflection of MY days?? He made my days! I find this song symptomatic of a larger trend toward singing about God being good and not letting us down but never backing that up Sarah McMillan - You Are The Avalanche (Vinyl) how God has shown His goodness — first and foremost in the cross.
We are so focused on God not letting us down in our present often trivial challenges when we should be focused on the fact that Jesus died for us when we were dead in our sins. That we would even consider the possibility of God letting us down is ridiculous…. I think you are on the right track. Our focus should be on Jesus Hebrewsnot our immediate circumstances. Brittany says: March 9, at am Hello!! Hope this helps in your translation!! What are the lyrics of the outro?
It explicitly names God as the One who holds on. This is the only thing that keeps this from finding a boyfriend interpretation. I also agree about its shallow theological depth; However, milk is useful for seeker-sensitive churches. Thank you for clarifying. I just realized you linked to the genius lyrics at the top.
I think my church has done the Bethel version which is why I disliked the song and thought it was pure fluff. Naming God in the outro makes me feel better about it. Photo by Brooke Lark. What message does the song communicate? How much of the lyrics line up with Scripture? The Goodness. King Of My Heart Live. Walk Around My House. Glorious Things. Death In Reverse [feat. Sarah McMillan]. Heart Won't Stop. King Of My Heart. Ancient and Brave feat. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs.
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