bread & wine.

kudos to darby pushic for introducing me to josh garrels.  this song is beautiful.  

 

i was wrong; everybody needs someone to hold on 

take my hand–i’ve been a lonesome man; took a while to understand

there’s somethings we can’t live without, 

a man so prone to doubt–faithful are the wounds of friends

so give it just a little time, share some bread and wine

and weave your heart into mine, my friend.

 

walls fall down where there’s a peaceful sound–lonely souls hang around

don’t be shy; there’s nothing left to hide, c’mon let’s talk a while

of the places we left behind, no longer yours and mine

we could build a good thing here too

so give it just a little time, share some bread and wine

and weave your heart into mine. 

 

and if i fall, i fall alone, but you can help to bear the load

a threefold cord is hard to break

and all i have, i give to you,

if you will share your sorrow too, 

then joy will be the crown upon our heads–my friend.

 

what a beautiful picture of friendship. of marriage. of intentionality. of real, relational, incarnational living. 

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