Humility, Water, Coffee

Another song from that show at Uncommon Ground a few years back.  It’s pretty long so this is only the last half of the song, but you can hear the full version if you click here.  The inspiration for this song came from reading a devotional book, Humility, by Andrew Murray.  He talks about how water always goes to the lowest place it can find, giving the most nourishment to plants and roots which are in the lowest place.  So also people who voluntarily take a humble place will be nourished, but trying to be in the ‘highest’ place will result in dryness and eventual starvation and death.  Some of the lyrics in this song are about the process involved in making coffee and how long and arduous the process is (for the roaster and the coffee bean). 

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