Tag Archives: Andrew Peterson

After the last tear falls

“And in the end, the end is oceans and oceans of love and love again We’ll see how the tears that have fallen Were caught in the palms of the Giver of love and the Lover of all And we’ll … Continue reading

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Don’t you want to thank someone?

Now I can see the world is charged It’s glimmering with promises Written in a script of stars Dripping from prophets’ lips But still, my thirst is never slaked I am hounded by a restlessness Eaten by this endless ache … Continue reading

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Andrew Peterson – A White Man’s Lament for the Death of the Beloved of God

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Anthem – Is He Worthy?

To my daughters: This is how we see you. Not just in the past, but even now and in the future. Our joy in you is just the start. Each of you, just by being you, even now, no matter … Continue reading

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Dancing in the Minefields

Thursday morning, May 2nd, for Wildwood’s young mom’s group, The Well, Candace presented a partly autobiographical talk on the nature of hope: “Dancing in the Minefields: Life Lessons on Learning to Hope.” Two songs by Andrew Peterson anchored the presentation: … Continue reading

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