My Admittedly Delightful Quandary

Listening to Enfield’s version of There Is A Fountain puts me in an interesting, and admittedly delightful, quandary. Usually, one aspect of a hymn will grab my attention so that I write  a post emphasizing that point. This hymn, however, is so overflowing with rich content that I just plain don’t want to highlight any one part over the others.

So sit back, turn your speakers up and savor all the rich theology of hope that bursts from this glorious hymn. Honestly, could you choose any part over the others? Isn’t it all wonderful?

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