Mystic Chapel

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  1. says:

    You might like a sort-of mentor, sort-of since it was involuntary on his part, and the first for me who isn’t a “teacher,” at least not officially and he’s not the son of a pastor so there’s that problem. Yet from my earliest years struggling and overcoming sin, his music was and remains the most comforting. Also, he knows WELL the fiascoes spoken of here (and more), yet he continues to serve and even break new ground-he’s reached out to and mentored several well-known secular singers who hit rock bottom and now believers.
    Anyway, for pure worship, rare honesty, and now that I met him at the last CCSPC I attended and I was able to share some struggles to which he confirmed his love in person, I highly recommend Chris Lizotte.
    I’ll warn you, it’s not always entertaining, but of all the music I’ve listened, he stays more out of the way (God’s glory) than most for me. Also, I was introduced to his music via story my CC’s worship leader (20 years ago) told me which engendered Chris to me. A bunch of the well-knowns were meeting to plan an event. Apparently there was some arguing, jockeying, etc. during which Chris sat silently. When finally asked for his opinion, he simply replied he didn’t care and they could tell when when/where to go.
    Please at least try his song (You Tube): Shadow Of Your Love.

  2. Dan from georgia says:

    Thanks for the musical recommendation Michael. It is hard to find good quality “Christian” music today as it seems the the radio and family friendly fare is most prevalent. The real gems are hard to find. Minnesota born and bred Sara Groves is refreshing musically and lyrically, but you will never hear her on the radio here in ATL because they are too busy playing the more safe stuff.

    I really miss Rich Mullins!

  3. Em says:

    i mentioned the other day that some years back i’d written a romance novel for my granddaughters (probably an embarrassingly bad book, but i still like it)…

    i began by quoting Song of Solomon 8:4 and Proverbs 30:18-19

    and ended with Rich Mullins’ ๐Ÿ™‚
    โ€œI said I did not make it, no it is making me
    It is the very truth of God and not the invention of any man
    I believe it, I believe I believe it, I believe I believe it, I believe it I believe it, I believe it I believe it, I believe it I believe itโ€
    From โ€œCreedโ€…

  4. Xenia says:

    The liner notes say that the music on this album was inspired by the Easter liturgies of St. John Chrysostom.<<<

    This same Liturgy happens every Sunday morning at an Orthodox Church near you.


    (The Pascha (Easter) Liturgy is a more elaborate version of the Sunday Liturgy.)

  5. Xenia says:

    [Without musical instruments, of course.]

  6. ( |o )====::: says:

    Must check it out, thanks Michael!

  7. Xenia says:

    It’s a great piece of music! I love this album.

  8. Michael says:

    It is excellent…and now that Duane is a familiar name to many more here, I thought we’d run this again.

  9. Duane Arnold says:

    Xenia, Michael…
    Thank you!

  10. em ... again says:

    โ€œI said I did not make it, no it is making me
    It is the very truth of God and not the invention of any man”

    the Phoenix Preacher and those who visit here over the years has affirmed this over and over… for me, at least…
    and thanks for reminding me with this repeat how blest i’ve been the past few years to live in a “cathedral in nature”

  11. filbertz says:

    I’ll check it out…currently enjoying a live worship CD from Bethel in Redding called “You Make Me Brave.” music for the soul…

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