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I just thought I’d let you know that over at my other blog, I posted a children’s song that I wrote with a Both Ways (i.e. espousing the responsibilities of human will and the sovereignty of God in one song) slant.

Although, looking at it, I don’t think I have the “God ordains all things” highlighted enough.

By the way – I wrote it for kindergarteners, so it’s pretty basic.

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Song 1.

 Okay, so I’m just leaving the Grocery store on the way home from work and I turn on the radio – “Hey, this sounds pretty good. Actually it sounds like Michael Buble.”

It’s a fairly common occurance.  I hear the end of a song I really like and I listen for enough words to remember so I can Youtube Google it. In this case I heard “Love, love, love, love, I just haven’t met you yet.”

Warning #1. There is much joy but also a little sadness in the video.

Warning #2. It’s Pop. I like Pop! Don’t listen to it if you don’t like Pop!

Favorite Line: You’ll make me work so we can work to work it out.

Song 2.

Warning #1. Nonsensical words.

Warning #2. Also Pop.

Favorite Line:

as soon
 as you start
To make room
 for the parts
That aren’t you
 it gets hard-
er to bloom
 in a gard-
en of Love love love love …

Um, what?

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