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Subversive Undercroft #136 – Shine On

Subversive Undercroft #136 – Shine On

In this episode we look at 2 Peter’s call to be attentive to God’s action in the world “as to a lamp shining in a dark place”


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This was lovely. I love the music and singing at the end ~ I wonder who is singing and what language it is. Thanks be to God. Alice

Jon White

Here are the songs and musicians from the episode. If you go to, the show notes for the episode will provide the links to the music online.

Shall We Gather At the River, Makanja & Chiragi. A
Heaven’s Light Is Shining On Me, Sons of Gospel
Listen, God is Calling, St Paul Lutheran Church

Cate Arambula

By the way, I really needed to hear this. To hold on, with hope, even if you want to thrown in the towel. Yes, take Jesus’ example of courage.

Cate Arambula

Maybe you could list the gospel reading (Book/Chapter/Verse) on the Subcersive Undercroft launch page. I thought I heard her read until the rising of the morning star in your heart…

I want to check the reading, but also do not want to interrupt the pod cast to search for where the reading came from while I am listening. Thank you.

Kind regards

Jon White

Good idea Cate. The reading and music selections are in the show notes at, but we’ll try to include them here as well!

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