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Jesus Heals a Blind Beggar
Luke 18.31-43

Sometimes when you listen to a fine piece of music you discover that the composer is leading you into greater and greater tension, until something inside you is longing for it to be resolved into a final great chord or tune. One strand of music is building up in one direction, and another in another. The notes seem to be clashing against each other. Sometimes, in a concerto, the solo instrument seems to be struggling against the orchestra, each determined to take over from the other. Sometimes it’s the different instruments of a quartet striving for mastery among themselves. Sometimes the tension is within the single solo part of a great song or piano piece. Music thrives on tension, and pulls the listener forwards until it’s resolved....

Taken from Luke for Everyone – by Tom Wright

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