Rick Lee James & Brannon Hancock | Advent Hymn (Watching, Waiting, Longing)

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Advent Hymn (Watching, Waiting, Longing)

by Rick Lee James & Brannon Hancock

Advent Hymn written by Rick Lee James and Ted Rastatter. Performed by Rick Lee James and Brannon Hancock.
Genre: Holiday: Spiritual
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Rick's music is dedicated to the hopeless who have been crushed and broken on the spokes of life. To the people who just can’t seem to muster the strength to get up out of the dirt. To the ones whose hearts are wrecked to the point of utter despair. To the ones who have fallen captive to the prison of addiction and wonder if they will ever be free. To the people of faith who just can’t see Jesus through the rains that have blurred their eyes. To the one cringing in the shadows of the loneliest corners desperate to see the light. From one who has been there, I pray you will find help from the One who makes the captives free as you listen to these humble offerings. “To all who live in the shadows, behold your light has come.”


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