Jeremiah

For my 100th post (!!!), I’d like to celebrate by sharing with you a music video that inspires.

It’s based on Jeremiah Chapter 20. I’ll include the link in the sidebar under “Music Video”.

Know someone, perhaps yourself, who might like Catholic devotionals for alcoholics? Please take a look at my books! (Thank you!!)

"The Recovery Rosary: Reflections for Alcoholics and Addicts"

and "The Stations of the Cross for Alcoholics"

2 Comments

  1. Pauloholic,I simply love this video. I have been playing it every chance I get. You turned me onto Sarah Groves. I’ve youtubed her and have to have more, so guess I gotta hit the CD store soon.Have you noticed that since you turned your path towards Christ, you are listening to less and less secular (i.e., Rock, pop, country, etc.,) music? I turn on the radio and find a song with a beautiful melody that I have sung outloud for years and suddenly now I realize it is about promiscuity, adultery, vandalism, alcoholicism, commercialism, etc., and I stop in my tracks (figuratively speaking, for oftentimes I am in my car) and have to change the station. I just can’t feed my soul on that garbage any longer, or at least not as frequently as I had in the past.Another Christian group that has really inspired me is Casting Crowns. I especially like the song Set Me Free. It is based on Mark 5:1-13 ; Ephesians 2:1-10; Romans 8; & Revelation 1:18. Here’s the youtube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBiFBU0Oh9Q Warning it is Passionate stuff.

  2. I’ll try and youtube her, also. Actually, my interest in music has changed, but I actually listen to more country than before. Country speaks to me. Less rock, but when I do it’s old “classical” stuff. I know it may not be very Christian, but it’s hard to put away, depends on the group. Not all is evil. I did stop watching TV. TV is mostly garbage or pointless time-wasting. I haven’t gotten into Christian stuff, as it’s mostly non-Catholic. A lot of it is good, but since they never cover Catholic themes (sacraments, Mary, etc.) it seems not as substantive.

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