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Music fills a ‘larger space’

Music in worship takes us beyond ourselves, writes Andy Lyon

Music fills a ‘larger space’

AS THE BODY OF CHRIST, we are called to conform our lives after him as our Lord and Saviour. Every single moment of our day is properly directed towards him, whether through personal prayer or other intentional moments of piety. Or – as with St Thérèse of Lisieux’s ‘little way’ – simply doing everyday acts such as sweeping the floor ‘for God’. This series of individual moments adds up to a life orientated God-wards. We fail miserably, of course, but we pick ourselves up, we turn around, we try again. We pray for others to do the same, as we trust they petition for us. This is the work of God’s people, the liturgy of our lives, filling the temporal space through which we move on earth.

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