Thursday, January 10, 2008

Hear Ye! Hear Ye!



Caedmon's Call's lyrically compelling song about redemption, "Ten Thousand Angels" will receive a rare and lengthy place on an upcoming episode of the ABC hit drama series "Grey's Anatomy" on January 10th. Featuring vocals by Derek Webb, the song will play for five consecutive minutes during an emotionally charged final scene.

"Ten Thousand Angels" is a bonus track only available on the limited edition of the group's current release, Overdressed, which was in the top 5 of iTunes Editorial list of 2007 for overall "Best Christian Albums".

4 comments:

StaceyStace said...

Thanks, Mer,
for the idea and also for the article! I am seriously considering it. I think the research will certainly help me as I enter the classroom.

Poet4Him77 said...

In the words of Crush (from Finding Nemo), "Righteous!"

StaceyStace said...

Yes, my post did stem from what you were struggling with. I have heard it from others,too, and I've dealt with it in my own life. For me, it was just a sense of being LOST and without hope. I know God placed it there, though, and has used it for good. I always want to be an encourager to someone who is struggling because I know from experience, that every moment in this state seems like an eternity. I just get nervous that I will get in God's way. Sometimes I don't know if God wants me to encourage the broken-hearted, or just get out of His way. I hope this makes sense!

Poet4Him77 said...

Makes total sense. Thankfully, it's not always an encompassing thing, especially when I get out of myself and quit being so selfish, at least that's how I perceive myself to be. When I focus back on Him, if only for a moment, I'm not sinking anymore. Oh sure, I sometimes feel on the verge of losing it. Lately, too often, I have to yell to the space around me, "I'm a child of the King! Leave me alone!" Now, whether that actually helps or not, I'm not sure, but it makes me feel like I have some control.

I guess there's a fine line of writing to express how I feel and writing as a cry of help. I suppose I'm somewhere in the middle. I often feel as though I could just disappear and no one would even notice I was gone. Of course, Satan pounces on that.

Yes, sometimes I do feel as though I'm lost, but for me at least, there's always a glimmer of hope. Even when I'm sad, I'm optimistic. Anyway, maybe I should have emailed this all to you. Ha! :')