Stories found in The Beatitudes Project resonate with the most overwhelming of human emotions. While all humanity has dealt with, or will deal with death, loss, this project reveals the upside-down message of the Beatitudes that God is found in the midst of mourning, and promises to bring comfort.
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That message of hope is especially found in the song "Carry On" written by Stu Garrard, Ian Cron and multiple GRAMMY Award-winning, Platinum-selling recording artist Michael W. Smith in the wake of Smith's father's death. The song fleshes out Matthew 54's "Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted."
"I love the chorus of the song Rolling waves of sorrow, rivers of grief. In the valley of the shadow, I feel you walking with me," shares Smith who calls his dad one of the[…] Source: Christian Music