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Lenten meditation: The rewards of running uphill with God

Lenten meditation: The rewards of running uphill with God

Here is a beautiful Lenten meditation from the Rev. Callie Swanlund and the choir of the Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields in Philadelphia. This three-minute podcast is part of a series that the church will present each Wednesday during Lent. (I am inspired by the idea of running without letting the music from my iPod interfere with my time with God. Thanks, Callie.) Sign up to receive St. Martin’s weekly meditations via e-mail here.

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tgflux

Well speaking of music, did anyone else see this thread and think of this?

http://youtu.be/QRjIgM0WzCs

JC Fisher

[I happen to prefer Placebo, but the Kate Bush original is very powerful, too]

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