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17 Dark Clouds and Dragon Tails mp3 Instrumental Version
  Just as the Lord Jesus admired the faith of the centurion,
He is often dismayed as His children shrink back through lack of faith.
He was outstretched for us
so that we can stretch out the rod of authority
and decree His word of release
into tightly shut situations.

The dragon hates those who respond in such faith,
and thrashes them with the scaly horror of his tail.í

Donít let his dragon flicks of grief or wounded pride
push you off course.

From his cave of sad and sorry memories
he bids you lower the scope of your expectations
and diminish your hope.












Continue to trust when dark clouds surround His throne.


He is still the God who speeds to save His children,
testing the bonds of all we hold most dear
as we endure beyond the tightening pinch.
  Despite all abominations that bring desolation,
the Lord is moving things towards the final consummation;
and when the times have reached their fulfilment,
He will bring all things in Heaven,
and all bridgeheads on Earth,
together under one Head.













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Readers: Musicians: Recording Engineers:
Robert Weston Carol Sampson (Singer songwriter) Colin Owen
Rosalind Weston Christiane von Albrecht (Keyboard) Jonathan Greenwood
Andrew Whettam Linda Entwistle (Vocals & Keyboard)  
Harmony Greenwood Elizabeth Long (Flute)  
Jacqui Galvin Corinne Frost (Cello)  
  Keith Entwistle (Percussion)  
  Grace Lee (Violin)  
  Thomas Herzog (Oboe)  
  Christine Rick (Cello)  
  Claire (Violin) and Chian Lim (Viola)  
  Jo Garcia (Cello)  
  Andrew Whettam (Marimba)  
  Francis Cummings (Composer)  
  Jo Foote (Recorder)  
  Robert Weston (Recorder)  
  Sue Perks (Singer)  


The recordings are copyrighted to Ruach Breath of Life Ministries 2011, but the material can be used freely if properly attributed.
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