Folk-pop Fleet Foxes
Thanks to something Aaron Keyes shared awhile back, I not only sensed God’s presence in that moment, I invited it.
You see, somewhere along the journey, I’d decided to “uninvite” God when choosing to listen to anything but Christian music. But why? If the lyrics aren’t offensive to Him, can He not enjoy those moments with His daughter? He absolutely can and does.
That realization came when Aaron shared how he and the Lord sang while making their way down I-85 to a gig. When he mentioned the song (which I honestly don’t remember, but it was secular) I was taken back at first — and then he expounded on the relationship between the Father and His children.
My view had become skewed — but the Lord pulled back the curtain, allowing me to see Him afresh, and I’ve not looked in the rear-view mirror since.
(Aaron will be leading worship at the Heritage Park Amphitheater this Sunday, May 29th, 10:30 a.m. and will be in concert there at 1:00 p.m. If you’re in the area, you don’t want to miss it!)
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