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Here is a great video of a live soaking worship session I did with my friend Thora in her home recording studio in Reykjavik, Iceland, last December. Thora was on keyboard and I (obviously) was on my electric violin. Bjossi, Thora’s husband, recorded the video. Happy soaking!
Here is just a quick update: yes, I am in Iceland now. I arrived in Reykjavik this past Sunday, and this week has been a time of readjustment, settling down, and getting some rest as well. I played electric violin with a tight worship team at the local House of Prayer (ICE-HOP ) on Sunday night, and the presence of the LORD came in a powerful way. Hallelujah! I am looking forward to more wonderful worship times and just God-times here in Iceland, among friends. Let His kingdom come and His will be done here as it is in heaven.
As I mentioned earlier, I will seek to post fresh contents to Love’s Rest regularly from Iceland. I have great internet connection here, so uploading to the web shouldn’t be a problem. God is good. Amen!
Here is Clara’s description of the painting:
One time in prayer, I saw a picture of big crowd of little people running around ecstatically before God. Among them was a quiet little boy with big eyes playing the violin ever so softly. I saw a pair of huge hands extending towards the little boy, picked him up and put him in the hollow of his hands. Completely immersed in his song, the little boy didn’t seem startled nor surprised. He continued playing, as if it has always been that way.
I wept and smiled, because I realised that I am more than noticed.
To view more of Clara’s paintings and drawings, go to her website at claraliu.smugmug.com
Some of you may already know, I have a new violin music website now, called Music Fountain (www.musicfountain.org). It contains information on all my worship and soaking music. You can listen to samples, purchase MP3s, and order CDs.
Check it out!