We’ve always believed in singing, in expressing ourselves.
Sometimes a song . . . is just as great as a sermon.
A hurricane starts off slowly . . . and when she gets a certain speed, that’s when she’s dangerous. Most preachers . . . get their power going up . . . . [M]ost of my power is given by coming down, down, after I’ve gone up.
—Rev. Johnny L. Jones
Rev. Johnny L. Jones, live, Atlanta
The Hurricane That Hit Atlanta (Dust-To-Digital 2010)
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. . . music heard so deeply
That it is not heard at all, but you are the music
While the music lasts.
—T.S. Eliot, “The Dry Salvages” (Four Quartets)