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Monday, July 28, 2014
I have two primary passions: marriage and worship. The truth is I've been a worship leader and musician for much longer than I've been involved in marriage ministry, but I don't tend to touch on that here very often.
So when I found something on Facebook that brings music and marriage together, I just had to share it.
This video beautifully portrays the truth that, in marriage, two become one. Watch and be amazed.
Here are a few marriage lessons I can see:
- Two can create something that one cannot hope to create alone.
- Both parts are critical to the song's beauty and effectiveness.
- It's okay if, sometimes, one carries the song alone for a short time.
- Staying in sync requires you to give as much attention to listening as to playing the song
- Confidence and trust in one another is essential.
- Sometimes you need to make room for one another.
What other lessons do you find in this marvelous metaphor? Leave a comment.
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