Tag: Jill Phillips

Once in David s Royal City

2017 Song One (Seven Songs for My Savior): “Once in David’s Royal City”

Happy week before Christmas!   We are gearing up toward Christmas vacation around here.  Today was my last day of my middle school geography class for semester.  And today’s topic might be one of my favorites: Nativity geography.  And one of the significant places in the story: the city of David. Until I started teaching […]

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Seven Songs for my Savior: Song Five: “Nations that Long in Darkness Walked” by Jill Phillips & Andy Gullahorn

Hymns of faith are gradually being lost in perpetuity.  (Sorry for the big word.  When else can I use that? 🙂  )  Anyway, I do like worship songs.  But there is something to be said about the classic songs faith. That is why I always appreciate when artists bring new life to the old songs.  […]

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Lyric Lines: Seven of Seven Songs for a Savior

This song might be a bit stark.  But as far as songs that truly capture what the first Christmas might have been about, these lyrics capture those moments.  I first heard this song as a part of Andrew Peterson’s “Behold the Lamb of God”” tour that we have attended several times.  Thankfully I brought the […]

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Lyric Lines: I will Find a Way by Andy Gullahorn

I  have been a bit silent on this blog after Thanksgiving.  I think maybe that is okay – I have been living the Advent instead of writing about it.  (And maybe writing a bit too much on my other blog, but … )  Anyway, when I was making dinner, I was listening to one of […]

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