After 14 years of being in a band...one thing we know, songs are meant to be sung.
This is the journey of Tenth Avenue North.
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As our song story continues we are hoping to remind you that you can get off your islands of isolation and sail by the stars of God’s promises until we reach the shore. For we are His Cathedrals.
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We Are Cathedrals.
After fourteen years of being in a band, fourteen years of writing songs, one thing we know; Songs are meant to be sung. Songs can light fires. Songs can give hope. Songs tell a story. The story we’ve been telling with our songs starts with Over and Underneath. Christ is Over and Underneath us, Higher than the heights of our purity, lower than the depths of our depravity. He is above us He went below us bringing down the proud, lifting up the broken and when you get that in you it doesn’t make you a good person first, it makes you an honest person.
The Light Meets the Dark and the masks come off the “Healing Begins” we’re more than the sum of our mistakes we’re the sum of the Father’s love for us we don’t have to save ourselves He was “Strong Enough to Save” us. Then we’re freed up to be honest about our struggles.
We can admit that forgiveness feels like “Losing,” we feel “Worn,” we need redemption, but hallelujah we’re not struggling to be free. Hallelujah we don’t have to struggle alone. Philippians 1:30 says we are in this struggle together.
John Dunn said it this way, “No Man is an Island.” None of us are meant to carry our burdens alone. So as our song story continues we’re hoping to remind you that you can get off your islands of isolation. Our prayer is that this next group of songs might help lift the shame that’s led you there, that it might break the chains that kept you there, and that you’re able to get in the boat of community and sail by the Stars of God’s promises until you reach the shore for we are His Cathedrals.