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by Jacob Graff

My hope in presenting this song is to convey a complex and somewhat contoversial theological truth in a simple and provocative way. I'm playing everything but the crosscut saw played by my friend Fran. Thanks for listening.

God Bless

Jacob
Uploaded: December 17, 2008
Duration: 4m 31s
 

Comments for Arrows

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Jacob
This song is hauntingly compelling. (That's a good thing!
The melody is absolutely beautiful and you sing with such emotion
I'd like to hear it with an orchestra especially in the bridge
Be blessd
Wanda

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Sorry Jacob for going into a theological diatribe and exhortation on your comment page, but I want to address what Winterband is saying here and offer some words to avoid rifts due to his comment.

I believe Winterband is talking about the baptism of the Holy Spirit and must be of the doctrinal belief that speaking in toungues in the uniform intial evidence of the infilling of the Holy Spirit. While I think all of us should persue what God has for us and be immersed in the Spirit, I remember that the Bible says that "No man can even utter Jesus is Lord ecxept by the Spirit." It's tempting for all of us to take what is divine and utterly beyond us and try to put it in terms we can control, or weild, but when we do it becomes a stagnant paradigm that leaves less room for God Himself. While I really appreciate the invitation to deep relationship with Christ I don't think saying all that have not experienced the Spirit the way we have, Winterband, are not "real Christians" is productive and I don't believe that fits either with God's call to consider others better than ourselves. We can invite without the shaming undercurrent my friend, and I think that would be more fitting with the "good news" we are called to share

Bless you Jacob. I appreciate your song too.

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Very nice enjoyed the song I'm quite sure it has bless those that listen. A.K. Martin

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Beautiful song and beautiful voice Jacob! So thought provoking. I love the passion in your voice. I love the chords you have chosen. I would love to see you in concert. God Bless you as you sing for Christ.

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My hope in presenting this song is to convey a complex and somewhat contoversial theological truth in a simple and provocative way. I'm playing everything but the crosscut saw played by my friend Fran. Thanks for listening.

God Bless

Jacob

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