Glorious, anointed, resting-in-God song from 1975 that I was blessed to experience as a young Christian! Christian music was awesome then, and will again be someday, when ‘ONE’ happens “that the world will know” (Jesus’ prayer in John 17)!
I was able to see Chuck a few years later, while attending the University of Minnesota — just him and a piano in the student union.
“Unmistakable background from Annie, Nell and Matthew.”
Lincoln Brewster touring with Steve Perry, lead singer of Journey in 1994
Only the Young Girl Can’t Help It Oh Sherrie Lights Foolish Heart You Better Wait Somewhere theres hope Missing You Listen to your heart I’ll be Alright Without You Lincoln Solo Wheel in the Sky Dixie Highway Lovin Touchin Squeezin Anyway You Want It Separate Ways Dont Stop Believin Faithfully
This seems to be from this concert, the last song, which was live At Bayside Church, Roseville, CA. I was disappointed by the lack of reverence in this concert, the K-LOVE ladies and Brewster’s jokes. It wasn’t very anointed, but this is the only live performance I can find of Brewster doing this song.
Oh Lord my God in You I put my trust Oh Lord my God in You I put my hope Oh Lord my God in You I put my trust Oh Lord my God in You I put my hope
In You In You I find my peace In You In You I find my strength In You I live and move and breathe Let everything I say and do Be founded by my faith in You I lift up holy hands and sing Let the praises ring!
Oh Lord my God to You I give my hands Oh Lord my God to You I give my feet Oh Lord my God to You I give my everything Oh Lord my God to You I give my life
I just found this incredible song yesterday, Christmas day 2019, surprised and disappointed that it’s been out for years, as I love this complex and powerful Trans-Siberian Orchestra style, and Jeff Beck tones!
“Miraculum” is an amazing three-movement instrumental incorporating these five songs in what appears to me to mainly be in this order until the complicated ending: “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen,” “We Three Kings,” “O Come O Come Emmanuel,” “Carol of the Bells” and “O Holy Night.”
The photographer shot it with a Canon 6D with 70-200mm f2.8L lens, zoomed to 200mm, using the internal mic, and with tired arms, he says — difficult to hold the telephoto steady.
How can an acoustic version come even close to Brewster’s amazing electric masterpiece?
Though definitely not as awe inspiring and moving to me, some may less aggressive approach. Delightful is the quiet, pin-drop section in the center, followed by a majestic ending; though, not reaching the heights of the electric version.