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Central Station--Robin Mark

By Belinda Working from home this morning with a Robin Mark CD playing and this poignant song caught my ear. Stopping for lunch I looked it up on You Tube and found this video that goes along with it and is so perfect in expressing the words. It's a song about a lost opportunity and what Jesus would have done. But it also contains a prayer. Sometimes that is our second chance when we miss it--and prayer is never wasted.

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Robin Mark is about my favorite artist and this is my favorite song of his, I love the line "Grace flows like a mighty river and
one day I just dipped my fingers in
Your love caught and dragged me to a deeper place..."
Belinda Burston said…
Danny, your comment drew me back to this old blog post and to listen to the beautiful song once again. I'm going to let it speak to all the places in my heart that need this truth.
Susan said…
Me too, Belinda. Me too...
Vivien said…
Me too, just love Robin singing this beautiful song, although on YouTube somewhere someone from a Religious Order pointed out it was written by someone else. Does it matter as long as we get the message (whilst enjoying its beauty) and God gets the glory?

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