The C.R. Ecker Band | My Dear Lord (I Am Your Servant)

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My Dear Lord (I Am Your Servant)

by The C.R. Ecker Band

A very personal song, in a country/folk casting, for all seeking the hand of the Lord Almighty.
Genre: Spiritual: Praise & Worship
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1. My Dear Lord (I Am Your Servant) [feat. Amber Rose & Mike Lusk]
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"My Dear Lord" (I am Your Servant) is very much based on the trials and tribulations of its composer and is wonderfully performed with stirring emotion by Amber Rose and Mike Lusk as lead vocalists. It speaks to struggles facing millions of Christians and asks The Lord's forgiveness as they await his call.

His response is articulated, melodically in a most interesting way, by lead guitarist Stacy Hogan in what is probably one of the shortest and most interesting instrumental bridges in music history. Listen closely, as you can almost hear The Lord's voice in this musical transition when there are no words.

This is the second Christian song by The C.R. Ecker Band, the first being "A Bright Tomorrow." In the case of "My Dear Lord," Charles Ecker wrote the complete song after making it through two serious medical situations (stroke and head injury) in 2012 and recovering, thanks to his caring wife, Linda, who got him to the emergency room on two separate occasions, thus saving his life.

It is to her that this song is dedicated.


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