Home Page Works Series 1-Quest To Be Whole Album 4-Epiphany Song
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In the allegory, the former builder is watching the moon rise. As he walks alone under the true sky, sorrowing for those who stayed below, the rising moon meets a storm rolling in from the west. This collision represents how our understanding of the sorrows of this world and it's tragic end are tempered by God's gift of peace.

It could be seen as dishonorable for him to allow his sorrow to be washed away, considering so many of his companions remain locked in their underground fate.  Such is the dual edge of freewill. But if he is to continue living in this world, the builder cannot forever carry a crushing sorrow. Such is a part of Christ's mediation, that we roll our cares upon Him. If the vision of that bloody moon remained ever before our eyes, this life would be an endless torment.

On the epiphany level this song represents God making His dwelling among us; wiping away every tear, washing away every sorrow.

 
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Prior Notes Song 9 NOTES - Washed First Notes
Home Page Works Series 1-Quest To Be Whole Album 4-Epiphany Song