Resurrection Singing

In an attempt to depict the sounds of resurrection, other artists have used the metaphor of singing. Reminiscent of the eternal song of the angels, the process of what is frozen becoming malleable, and what is silent becoming song, is another way of describing the mystery of resurrection. What we observe this side of death is that a person falls silent when they die. Because when they have died we no longer hear their voice, a way of describing resurrection is that their voice is restored not only to speak, but to sing…
– Our Sound is Our Wound – Lucy Winkett (Pg 97)

…Jesus, Thou art all compassion, Pure unbounded love Thou art; Visit us with Thy salvation; Enter every trembling heart…

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