Who His love will not remember?
Who can cease to sing His praise?
He can never be forgotten,
Throughout Heav’n’s eternal days.

– “Here is Love” by William Rees, Robert Lowry, and Matt Redman

For this week’s Table Tuesday music, here’s an instrumental arrangement of “Here is Love.” It features Christopher Lowry on viola and was performed as a prelude to a Sunday service. I love this hymn and I love these musicians.

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The word of the Lord came to Jonah a second time, saying, “Get up, go to Nineveh, that great city, and proclaim to it the message that I tell you.” – from Jonah 3

This morning at The Table, Kristine taught us from the story of Jonah and how God wasn’t done with Jonah just because he was in a boat going the wrong way. This was our set of worship music.

  • Walk-in 1: Just as I Am (Elliot / Guy / Brown)
  • Walk-in 2: Your Joy (Josh Fox)
  • To the King (Cottrell / Cottrell)
  • Whom Shall I Fear (Tomlin / Cash / Cash)
  • Offertory: Come as You are (Crowder / Maher / Glover)
  • Doxology: to the tune of “O Waly Waly”
  • Sanctus: Holy, Holy, Holy (Brian Darnell)
  • Communion: I Will Exalt (Amanda Cook)
  • Whom Shall I Fear (reprise)

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The Adoration of the Magi by Francesco da Rimini. 1340


Just like that, 2015 is off and running. Good things and hard things already, but here’s my gratitude list for the week:

  • Road trip with a fellow Troubadour to support another one who was giving his doctoral recital. Congratulations, Karlton!
  • Memphis BBQ
  • After over 2000 tweets, finally getting some value out of Twitter
  • The man who had a dream and the courage to live it
  • Wise counsel and conversations
  • Happy Girl booking her first recording sessions
  • 13th century art, beer cheese soup, and the camaraderie of coworkers
  • Car repaired

with the staff of St. George’s Episcopal Church at the Frist Center in Nashville


Central BBQ in Memphis with Jon Brooks


Way to go, Karlton!

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