Written by cycleguy on April 17th, 2022

First, a question: have you ever read the Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis?  Aslan was the major character in all the books. What was he? 

I’ll come back to that.

The morning after. I was always warned about the morning after. After Easter.  I was warned about the letdown which follows because you see people whom you have not seen since Christmas…maybe.  In this day of the pan…(sorry have trouble saying that word) and livestream, it is not unusual to not see the normal “C & E” crowd. It is a fact of life and even though it hurts from time to time, I have come to accept that. It doesn’t mean I have stopped caring for and loving those folks. It is just a fact of living in 2022.

No matter what the enemy throws at me on the morning after, I know Jesus is alive. To put it in Narnian language, the lion still roars.

I heard a new song about 2 weeks ago and it has quickly become one of my favorites.  I don’t see it displacing Covered by Planetshakers or Good, Good Father by Chris Tomlin as my favorite song. But it is right up there with them. Here…give it a listen and tell me what you think.


Hope you enjoy it and it liven up your day…and week.


8 Comments so far ↓

  1. Ryan S. says:

    Great lyrics, nice beat!

  2. Diane Ronzino says:

    Love that song! I sing it all the time!

  3. Thanks for sharing this song, Bill.

  4. Ed says:

    It must bring a sadness to your heart. I imagine the C&E crowds are like friends you run into at the grocery store.. or worse: funerals. I’ve been known to skip the Easter service because of the lack of parking space.. lol. The Christmas services aren’t too bad though.
    I’ve yet to read through the entire Naria series, though I have started it. But I’m familiar with all the movies.

    • cycleguy says:

      I’m not sure I can honestly say there is a sadness there. Expectation it will happen is probably more accurate. I have, hopefully, matured beyond the anger I used to have and realize it is what it is. The Narnia series is a great read. I recommend highly that you read it all.