I had a review from a fellow musician in R.I he dose music reviews on the side, he gave it the following review take a read.
A ground breaking, very modern sound and vibe. The synth sounds have retro charm yet come off as totally fresh and new. Uniquely presented, dream-like, and surrealistic, yet relateable with an important message for these times. Ultimately creative, high energy, evolving levels....actually quite complex, yet entirely compelling throughout, the listener hangs on every note. Signature vocal presentation with a wonderful barrage of melodies. Not just another pop song by any means, among your finest work, amazing stuff, BRAVO!
To God be all Glory.
Last night, me and my wife were in prayer, she is really ill, and getting worse every day, please pray for her. So many are suffering, I hope you can see a little sun shine break in through your cloudy day, your hurt, pain, sorrow, 'today is the day the lord has made, we will rejoice and be glad in it'.
The lord came in a wonderful way, we were praying ABBA Father, we prayed with Child like faith , many things, his presence was so real, so heavy, you could cut it with a knife. The lord will come down in praise in your storms, he will bring all grace and comfort needed to match your thorn.
May this song up lift you, and may to day beloved be for you, a Brand New Day, a do over, change, comfort and peace.
Note: After I posted this, a few min. ago, I read todays devotion in e-sword, Meyers it is very fitting .
THE WISE USE OF TIME
"Look therefore carefully how ye walk, not as unwise, but as wise redeeming the time, because the days are evil."-- Eph_5:15-16 (R.V.).
GOD DESIRES to give each life its full development. Of course, there are exceptions; for instance, in some cases the lessons and discipline of life are crowded into a very brief space of time, and the soul is summoned to the Presence-chamber of eternity. But, on the whole, each human life is intended to touch all the notes of life's organ. There is an appointed time when it shall be born or die, shall weep or laugh, shall get or lose, shall have halcyon peace or storm cast skies. These times have been fixed for you in God's plan; do not try and anticipate them, or force the pace, but wait thou the Lord's leisure. In due time all will work out for thy good and for His glory. Say to Him" "All my times are in Thy hand."
Times and seasons succeed one another very quickly. Milton, in his glorious sonnet on the Flight of Time, bids her call on the leaden-stepping hours, referring to the swing of the pendulum; and, indeed, as we look back on our past life it will seem as though each experience was only for a moment, and then had vanished, never to return. We are reminded of the cobbler, who, as he sat in his kitchen, thought that the pendulum of his clock, when it swing to the left, said For ever; and to the right, Where? For ever--where? For ever--where? He got up and stopped it, but found that, although he had stopped the questioner, he had not answered the question. Nor could he find rest until, on his knees, he had been able to face the question of the Eternal, and reply to it.
We must be on the alert to meet the demand of every hour. "Mine hour is not yet come," said our Lord. He waited patiently until He heard the hours strike in heaven, and then drawing the strength appropriate to its demand, He went forth to meet it. Each time and season is kept by the Father in His own hand. He opens and none shuts; He shuts and none opens. But in that same hand are the needed supplies of wisdom, grace, and power. As the time, so is the strength. No time of sighing, trial, temptation, or bereavement is without its special and adapted supplies. Take what is needed from His hand, and go forth to play the part for which the hour calls.
Oh, that Thou wouldst bless us indeed and enlarge our coasts of useful service. Let Thine hand be with us, and keep us from all evil that would grieve Thee. AMEN.