Monday, May 18, 2015

The Humbling Reality of Being Indwelt by The Holy Spirit

R. A. Torrey in his book, “The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit” tells us,
 “The conception of the Holy Spirit as a divine influence or power that we are somehow to get hold of and use, leads to self-exaltation and self-sufficiency. One who thinks of the Holy Spirit and who at the same time imagines that He has received the Holy Spirit will almost inevitably be full of spiritual pride and strut about as if he belonged to some superior order of Christians. One frequently hears such persons say, ‘I am a Holy Ghost man’ or ‘Holy Ghost woman’. But if we once grasp the thought that the Holy Spirit is a divine person of infinite majesty, glory and holiness who in marvelous condescension has come into our hearts to make His abode there and take possession of our lives and make use of them, it will put us in the dust and keep us in the dust. I can think of no thought more humbling or more overwhelming than the thought that a person of divine majesty and glory dwells in my heart and is ready to use even me.” (Pg. 8-9)

KENNY BURRELL, Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You

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Kenny Burrell - "Soul Lament"

Friday, May 15, 2015

B.B. King ft. Eric Clapton | Riding With The King ( official video and lyrics)

Eric Clapton - Every Day I Have The Blues - Live in Hyde Park (1997)

Blues legend B.B. King dies at age 89

Riley B. King, the legendary guitarist known as B.B. King, whose velvety voice and economical, expressive style brought blues from the margins to the mainstream, died Thursday night.
I have always told people I was mentored by the Kings, B.B. Albert and Freddie. I taught myself how to play blues lead guitar by sitting in my room with my record player, Electric guitar and amp. I would listen to B.B. King's album "Lucille" and play along with B.B. When I was living in Chicago in the early 70's and playing in the Sam Lay Blues Band I saw B.B. play live. One of my favorite songs is "Every Day I Have The Blues" One of my favorite albums is "Riding With The King" by Eric Clapton and B.B. King. I still play the blues and I still love the blues, my soul is colored blue.
I almost forgot B.B.'s guitar was named LUCILLE, The lead singer for the Sam Lay Blues Band was LUCILLE Spann widow of the great Otis Spann legendary blues piano player, I owned a B.B. King Lucille guitar and my wife's name is Lucille.

BB King - Every Day I Have The Blues [Live At Nick's 1983] HD