Drawing for inspiration on a children’s poem by Amy Carmichael on the secret things belonging to God, the concept of being ourselves a ‘brush’ that the Lord uses to paint His purposes, and a timely reminder that in any relationship – especially those where there is any degree of misunderstanding – the Lord is always at work at both ends, enjoy this celebration of ‘The Artist’s Brush’ piece that Ros, Elizabeth and I share with you.

You can also listen separately here to the music that you hear in The Artist’s Brush: Mendelssohn’s Gondola Song played by James Horsfall and Rolling Waves: An Improvisation by Andrew Whettam.

 

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