Clues for Our Last Single of 2018
Fri., Dec. 28. 2018 10:40am EST
We plan to release our 23rd and final single of 2018 by Sunday night, Lord willing. While you're waiting, check out these clues. If you think you know the artists we're spoofing, see how many references you can spot.
Eve may not have been a sentimental lady, but she could never forget Eden, though she was never going back again. Then the tragedy with Cain and Abel. What was the world turning into? But like Abraham's wife, Sarah, she could cling to a promise made about a beautiful child she'd bear, even if specifics weren't crystal clear at the time.
Jesus told stories the average person could relate to. Each had an underlying message, but only some would get it. Like this one about a sower in the heart of the country with crops coming up like flowers in the dirt. Elsewhere we learn there's a big barn ready to hold the harvest and reapers who'll take it away on another day yet to be revealed.
Once the new single is released, we'll announce it on our website, Facebook, and Twitter.
We currently have 117 other sets of downloads available for a donation of any size, including our previous release, "The Wonder of Christmas" and "Once We're Over the Line," featuring parodies of Stevie Wonder and Brewer & Shipley.
To get any of these projects, go to http://apologetix.com/store/singles.store.php#singles and select the download you want for whatever amount you wish to donate.