Christ shows his face … mp3 now available

Christ shows his face is one of the most special of songs I’ve ever written.  Readers of this blog may recall how I wrote in back in late January – my response to the amazing acts of kindness I and countless others experienced in my Oxley community and across this state, as flood waters (and later cyclone) ravaged this state.  For me, these volunteers were the face, the hands, the feet and the heart of Christ. Where was Christ in the January floods? In these wonderful volunteers who helped people pick up the pieces, find some hope and start rebuilding their lives.

The song begins:

Christ shows his face when lives are pained
Weary hearts are breaking
Shares God’s grace through troubles’ rise
Past foundations shaking
Every smile, every hand,
Every soft embracing.
Christ shows his face when we know pain;
hope is hard – displacing.

Dale and I have just found some time to lay down some backing and vocal recordings of some songs written in the past year or so.  At last we have a recording of Christ shows his face.  I think Dale has done such a beautiful job of singing it – it SO suits her voice.  See what you think.  Here’s the mp3 link.

Cheers,

David

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