The other day, I was watching NBC’s The Voice, and a scene unfolded that really spoke to me at the heart level.
Nicholas David, a bearded, long-haired, mountain-man-looking guy with an incredibly soulful voice, performed an excellent rendition of “Lean On Me”, accompanied by a gospel choir. After the performance, his coach Cee Lo Green began sharing his feedback, and he stopped and began to tear up. “My parents were both ministers, so the gospel is very close to me,” he told David. “I felt like I a child in the presence of my Maker, in the presence of the same Maker that made you.”
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