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April 19, 2011



Your first point especially resonated with me. I discovered this first as a teacher (you can't teach what you aren't willing to let God do in your life) then as a writer. I just read an interesting article about Bach's church music and how the suffering in his life (orphaned at an early age then watched 10 of his children die) affected his compositions. It seems to me that he worked out his pain in his music and shows us how to cling to God's mercy in the midst of it.

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