Tuesday, July 08, 2008

LIVING DANGEROUSLY IN THE HANDS OF GOD
...the cost and grace of living faithfully each day for the Lord



A very special thanks to Brian for posting this at his website and for Blaine for putting this encouraging video picture montage together and using one of my songs as the music bed. I am honored and humbled. 


SDG, 
Steve

10 comments:

Believing Thomas said...

Steve - this is one of my favorite all-time songs. It has encouraged and challenged me for years. Even now as I listen to it, the words make me weep.

God bless you, brother, for being a vessel through which His Spirit is poured.

Only Look said...

Your a blessing Steve.Your welcome, but thanks back to you as it was your song that blessed and greatly encouraged me greatly yesterday. The Lord is so good to us and so very close and present in our lives. He is an awesome God.

Grace upon grace,

Brian

Only Look said...

BTW...I dont know who put the video together. I just found it and posted it to my blog because of what happened yesterday.

Grace upon grace,

Brian

The Blainemonster said...

Hi, Steve -
I was actually the one that put the montage together; I used it as and illustration and basis for a Sunday sermon. The messages in your music have moved me, convicted me and encouraged me for years. Glory to God for His creativity and for gifting His people!

In His Grip!

Only Look said...

Wow! Thats awesome blaine! You've blessed us all with his song, but in the end this really looks like it was the Holy Spirit at work in our lives. He is soooo good!

Grace upon grace,

Brian

SJ Camp said...

blainemonster
Thank you my brother for a great job well done. I would love to have you do other songs if at all possible.

SDG,
Steve

Michele Rayburn said...

Tremendous video! Very inspirational.

KarensFaith said...

Beautiful video and a great song! One of my favorites!

Karen

Dave Groff said...

I was googling to see if there was any kind of a video for Living Dangerously as I was thinking about using it in a sermon I am working on. And I came upon all this--Steve's blog, the video, the story behind the posting of it. Wow! Thank You, Lord. I was introduced to this song 18 years ago when it was the theme of our graduation ceremonies from Briercrest Bible College(Saskatchewan, Canada). It was powerful then and still touches me deeply and challenges me to risk for God. Thanks so much to all of you!

The Blainemonster said...

Hi, Steve - I was just getting ready to prepare and post two more montages for "Servants Without Scars" and "Hell Is Burning While the Church Sleeps" . . . thought I'd seek out permission to do so FWIW. Youtube is (justifiably) picky about such things, and as the artist, you deserve to be asked...you can e-mail or reply to this comment - either way works for me. Thanks brother!