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16 Responses

  1. AA says:

    A poignant reminder to choose to remember than forgetting, thank you Michael.

  2. Josh the Baptist says:

    Probably the best writing I’ve seen from you.

  3. Disillusioned says:

    Dang. Spot on.

    And a much-needed reminder.

  4. Jim says:

    The teacher’s dilemma. How does one convey a message that has already been heard, but needs to be heard again? As listeners/students/media consumers, it’s so easy to make snap content decisions. Know it/heard it /don’t need it again, or the reality of 10,000 interesting things vying for our attention, causing us at times to either search for the best, or become distracted by the shiny.

    With a mix of the pay off of years of honing your craft, and the not to be forgotten empowerment of The Holy Spirit, you’ve composed a song that cuts through the cacophony, and captures the heart.

    Truly a beautiful piece of art, Micheal. Thank you for sharing your gift with us!

  5. Linnea says:

    Echoing the 1st 4 comments– wow, Michael– you touched us deeply and profoundly. Thank you.

  6. Michael says:

    Thank you, folks.
    It’s not what I had intended to write this week, but it showed up like a stray cat and wouldn’t leave.

  7. Laura Scott says:

    Beautiful, troubling, and blessed all in one. Well done and well said, my friend.

  8. Em says:

    nothing to say, but amen

  9. DavidM says:

    Good stuff!

  10. London says:

    Wow. Well written.

  11. Michael says:

    Thank you all for the kind words…and for letting me follow whatever muse inspires me.

  12. The Dude says:

    We have a God that forgets no one.He is always there for us even it the worst of circumstancs.Amen.

  13. gomergirl says:

    Yes, I read an article about this this week. It made me cry. So did this, but that is ok. Thank you.

  14. Michael says:

    Thanks,gg…it bothered me a lot as well.

  15. Rebekah says:

    Beautifully written.

  16. SJ says:

    Great stuff Michael!
    The first thing that came to my mind were those homeless individuals with mental illness…..a cage with no bars.

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