Linda Kruschke on life and death, faith and fearlessness, music and poetry
They triumphed over him
by the blood of the Lamb
and by the word of their testimony;
they did not love their lives so much
as to shrink from death.
Revelation 12:11 (NIV).
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Tag Archives: Casting Crowns
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The other day one of my fellow bloggers posted part of Psalm 63 on Facebook, and it reminded me of the song by Casting Crowns called “Shadow of Your Wings,” which is based on that Psalm. So I decided for … Continue reading