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Carole

Thanks for pointing this one out, Jonny. Sometimes less is, indeed, more. An effective antidote to all those syrupy "interview with God" presentations out there on the net...

Trevor

oh wow!

slightly behind the times here, but just heard this track on 6music and...

...amazing. love it.

Karl

Great tune
Just wanted to know how you would use this in worship or how have you used it in worship? Seems a little bit loose in the whole God concept to me, but if you've used it then how would you do it?

Thanks

jonny

i haven't used it personally but i know home in oxford did in an advent service

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