The day before Easter Sunday, I was cleaning the house, and found a small wooden cross I made when I was a kid, in Methodist Youth Fellowship. I had a live music gathering that evening (called a “jam”), and we had a grand time. Up to and even past midnight. Easter Sunday dawned…..early. I had set the cross in a conspicuous place, feeling like I might want to do something special with it. After my first cup of coffee (maybe it was the second), I took the cross and walked outside. I headed to my favorite church, the woods, God’s Garden. The little cross felt like it would be at home with the spring flowers. It was. And to add to the special, I resurrected (good one!) a spiritual song, My Hallelujah, which was originally just me playing guitar and singing, and added some harmony parts. The Song of the Week. For the Master. Who mastered giving, and forgiving.
Hear the song, here: