Broke out a classic tonight, with a song stuck in my head. “Frail” might be my favourite Jars song of all time.
Time for an installment of “You Had to Be There” for members of my
blog-reading community who happened to be at wings night at Brewsters
yesterday (a surprising percentile, in my final estimation). Text has
been blotted out for the consideration of those who were not, so
highlight if you want to read:
Confirmation can be found here that ‘I Want
To Know What Love Is’ was, indeed, written by Foreigner:
Lou Gramm, the lead singer of Foreigner, also guested on Petra Praise
2, singing on the track “We Need Jesus”. Being a huge fan of Petra as I
am, I originally picked out the voice there, and it was Dennis who knew
he was from Foreigner. So that’s how I initially learned about them.
Mike exagerrates my ‘name that tune’ skill… slightly. If it’s not rock of some sort, I probably won’t get it.
Micky’s reference to ‘Streetheart’ was dynamite.
Now, back to what would be considered normal here. If you figure out what that is, let me know.
Yeah, I’ve recovered from whatever it was that was afflicting me last
week, but I still feel… unsettled. Time is passing far too rapidly,
and I often feel as if I’m standing still, watching the rest of the
world go by, watching friends and enemies come and go. But what am I
Is God waiting on me, or am I waiting on him? Who moves first? Who should move first?
I don’t know what to do. I don’t know the right choice. But I’m tired
of waiting. I’m tired of not knowing the answers. I’m tired of toeing
the line at work and at church, allowing my cowardice to leave me
comfortable, and unchallenged.
These questions, these musings, often meander in and out of my thoughts
from day to day. Am I so afraid of taking a risk? In anything?
Man, this is depressing. Reading it over, this entry definately needed more bacon.