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Jamie Barnes
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Jamie Barnes 4h
Replying to @houseghostmusic
Lol. Don’t be anxious In honesty, I’m way more familiar w Waits’ catalogue than the Pixies. But I trust your instincts implicitly as a student of music. I’ll have to pay attention to this one
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Jamie Barnes 19h
Replying to @houseghostmusic
Explain yourself
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Jamie Barnes Apr 23
Sometimes the look like they could be a contending team.
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Jamie Barnes Apr 23
Replying to @lowtheband
Just write heart felt songs people. A well applied technique is in vain without substance
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Jamie Barnes Apr 23
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Jamie Barnes Apr 22
Replying to @revbburton @502eire
Accurate
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Jamie Barnes Apr 22
Replying to @LeesaCrossSmith
Dudette. Casino Royale and Skyfall are THE best. I may throw in one Connory film. But I’m with you on this.
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Jamie Barnes Apr 22
Replying to @LeesaCrossSmith
Top 3 Bond movies. Go!
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Jamie Barnes Apr 21
Coming out of Resurrection Sunday services this morning, I asked my 7 yr old son what song he wanted to hear on the way home that seemed appropriate for today. He said “strawberry fields forever” and somewhere I think a new chapter of a book manifested itself
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Brian Zahnd Apr 21
Jesus on the other side of death looks a lot like a gardener.
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Sam Allberry Apr 20
Holy Saturday. A day of in between. A grave is about to be emptied, but not yet. The joy of knowing what’s coming; the pain of having to wait for it. An analogy for the whole Christian life.
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Gabrielle Giffords Apr 20
20 years ago, 13 families lost their loved ones forever and a community was ripped apart. Columbine was then the worst school shooting we’d ever seen. We’ve had too many worsts since. Today and always, my heart is with Littleton as we remember the lives taken too soon.
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Jonathan Merritt Apr 20
Replying to @JonathanMerritt
On Easter, we celebrate Deus revelatus (the revealed God) but on , we press into the nearly unbearable reality of the hidden God. Sit with it, friends. There’s plenty of time tomorrow to reflect on resurrection. ❤️
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Jamie Barnes Apr 19
Replying to @jamiebarnes
20 years later from that galvanizing moment in our nation’s culture, I’m reminded of the same hope that outweighed the violence 2000 years ago is still waiting to break through. Shell casings and fired bullets will never raise up from the ground where they fall. Bodies will.
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Jamie Barnes Apr 19
Replying to @jamiebarnes
Just as no one could have imagined the depth of darkness - the light and noise of victory waiting to erupt the on the third day was even more unfathomable.
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Jamie Barnes Apr 19
Replying to @jamiebarnes
That silent Saturday as the savior is entombed. Hopes and dreams starting to fade like they were written in chalk and left out in the deluge. Devastation and disappointment.
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Jamie Barnes Apr 19
Replying to @jamiebarnes
And then I think back 2000 years prior. To a shocked remnant of followers looking to Golgotha in horror. The unthinkable. A mother watching her son executed. The earth shaking. The sun disappearing. Everything in the landscape changing forever
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Jamie Barnes Apr 19
Replying to @jamiebarnes
I’m reminded of those unsuspecting victims 20 years ago. The traumatized and blood-stained students marching out with their hands over their heads who had just witnessed the unthinkable. The hand wringing of parents waiting to hear if their kid made it out.
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