Clues for Our Next Single (Due This Weekend)
Fri., Jan. 23. 2015 3:45pm EST
We're planning to release our next single by the end of this weekend. Here are clues to the two songs:
Before they split up, the countries of Samaria and Judea were a successful duo known as Israel. They shared much more than a borderline, but they'd burned that bridge hundreds of years before and had no plans to build it again. That's what the first half of this song is all about — the origin of Samaria and reasons why Jews didn't like Samaritans. However, Jesus was about to rock their world with brand new manners in His relations with Samaritans. Not only did He make a Samaritan man a hero in one of His parables, He even started a conversation with a Samaritan woman ... one who had been married five times! But if you see her discussion with him in John 4, it's not just about husbands and wives. By the time they're done, she's asked Him about the Messiah, and He's plainly told her "I am that man."
Rumors of the devil's demise are greatly exaggerated. You can still see evidence of his activity everywhere. But as long as you follow the Bible and don't go your own way, you can break the chains he's used to hold you and hypnotize you. Don't believe his little lies; the dreams he promises are just a mirage. Look over your head to the Lord above for help. As James 4:7 says, if you resist the devil, he will flee from you. Don't stop!
These two new studio recordings should be available by Sunday night. Once the new single is released, we'll announce it on our website, on Facebook, and on Twitter.
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