Desert Song By Hillsong (This Is Our God) Album Features Brooke Fraser Ligertwood & Jill McCloghry with subtitles/Lyrics Worship and Praise Songs
Hosanna By Hillsong Featuring Brooke Fraser Ligertwood
C. S. Lewis, in his classic book, 'Mere Christianity', reveals that the term 'evolution' means a totally different thing for the Christian;
'Perhaps a modern man can understand Christian idea best if he takes it in connection with evolution. Everyone now knows about evolution (though, of course, some educated people disbelieve it): everyone has been told that man has evolved from lower types of life. Consequently, people often wonder, “What is the next step?” When is the thing beyond man going to appear?” Imaginative writers try sometimes to picture this next step - the “Superman” as they call him...But I cannot help thinking that the Next Step will be really new...I should expect the next stage in evolution not to be a stage in evolution at all: should expect evolution itself as a method of producing change, will be superseded. And finally, I should not be surprised if, when the thing happened, very few people noticed that it was happening. Now, if you care to talk in these terms, the Christian view is precisely that the Next Step has already appeared. And it is really new. It is not a change from brainy men to brainier men: it is a change that goes off in a totally different direction - a change from being creatures of God to being sons of God. The first instance appeared in Palestine two thousand years ago.',,,,
C.S. Lewis - Mere Christianity - Pg. 184
This following video gets, basically, the same idea of C.S. Lewis's across;
Evolution Vs. The Christian Experience - video
C.S. Lewis - Quotes
C.S Lewis's surviving BBC radio address
C.S Lewis's surviving BBC radio address: Part 2
Intelligent Design - The Anthropic Hypothesis
Excerpt: "I find it extremely interesting, and strange, that quantum mechanics tells us that instantaneous quantum wave collapse to its 'uncertain' 3-D state is centered on each individual observer in the universe, whereas, 4-D space-time cosmology (General Relativity) tells us each 3-D point in the universe is central to the expansion of the universe. These findings of modern science are pretty much exactly what we would expect to see if this universe were indeed created, and sustained, from a higher dimension by a omniscient, omnipotent, omnipresent, eternal Being who knows everything that is happening everywhere in the universe at the same time. These findings certainly seem to go to the very heart of the age old question asked of many parents by their children, “How can God hear everybody’s prayers at the same time?”,,, i.e. Why should the expansion of the universe, or the quantum wave collapse of the entire universe, even care that you or I, or anyone else, should exist? Only Theism offers a rational explanation as to why you or I, or anyone else, should have such undeserved significance in such a vast universe:"
The LORD looks from heaven; He sees all the sons of men. From the place of His dwelling He looks on all the inhabitants of the earth; He fashions their hearts individually; He considers all their works.
Intelligent Design - The Anthropic Hypothesis
Brooke Fraser - C.S. Lewis Music Video
Lead Me To The Cross By Hillsong Featuring Brooke Fraser Ligertwood with subtitles/Lyrics
Join Je t'aime at the Vodafone NZ Music Awards as she chats to The Mint Chicks, Brooke Fraser, Hollie Smith, Evermore, Spacifix and more... (part 1)
Brook Fraser, Guitar, Tutorial, Song, Acoustic, Live, Lyrics, Chords, Tabs, Cover, Videoke, How To Play
Join Je t'aime at the Vodafone NZ Music Awards as she chats to The Mint Chicks, Brooke Fraser, Hollie Smith, Evermore, Spacifix and more... (part 2)
Age to age (His Glory Appears)" sung by Brooke Fraser and written by Marty Sampson & Darlene Zschech from the Hillsong album called Faith + Hope + Love.
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Hosanna is a track off the latest hillsong united album, lead by brooke fraser. This is a live audio mix. Check out hillsongmusic.com for the studio version
Hosanna - "Save, now" - a cry of praise. of adoration.
Hosanna in the highest.
Blessed is he that comes in the name of the Lord.
Fraser's confidence is rooted in a life-long history steeped in music. Her mom discovered her plinking out "Do-Re-Mi" from The Sound of Music on the piano when she was two, and made sure her daughter had access to instruments. Fraser grew up in New Zealand's capital city of Wellington, and her earliest musical memory is of watching her great-uncle Athol, "a one-armed trumpet player," practice circular breathing on his horn. At seven, she began piano lessons. At 12, she began writing songs after a music teacher asked her class to compose an original tune about Christmas. "I discovered that I felt at home in the process of creating words and melodies," she recalls. "And I've been writing ever since."
Fraser fell in love with the confessional lyrics and timeless melodies of James Taylor, Carole King, Joni Mitchell and Paula Cole, and eventually began to play the guitar. In 2002, when she was 18, Fraser signed with Sony Music and moved to Auckland where she played regularly at local venues while she wrote the songs that would appear on her debut album, What To Do With Daylight. That album, released in New Zealand in 2003, debuted at No. 1 and achieved gold status the same week. It eventually went eight times platinum, selling more than 120,000 copies in New Zealand alone, and remained in the Top 10 on the album charts for more than a year. The album spawned five Top 20 singles and made Fraser a star in her home country, leading to 2004 tours of Australia and New Zealand with John Mayer and David Bowie.
In 2005, Brooke took a trip to Rwanda, 11 years after a genocide that claimed the lives of nearly one million people. During the journey, she met and befriended a number of Rwandans who entrusted their stories to her, including an orphan named Albertine, the namesake of her second album, which was released in the U.S. in May 2008. After being featured on the iTunes homepage as an "Editor's Choice" selection, Albertine album climbed to No. 5 on the digital retailer's U.S. album chart. Fraser toured the States that fall, winning over audiences with her dry wit and warm stage presence.
Now she's starting anew with Flags, the title inspired by her writing trips into the more remote parts of the U.S. "I was traversing these incredible landscapes and wondering at all the people who had worked this land and what their lives were like, how they had come to arrive in and then leave these places. One day this image of a flag popped into my mind and I thought, 'Our lives are like flags - flying for a short while, a stake in the ground, marking our territory,'" she says. "We fly our colors - our history, belief system, culture, identity -- but eventually our flag will wear out and return to the ground and someone else's flag will replace our own. I feel like that theme weaves its way through my new songs, like 'Ice On Her Lashes', 'Crows and Locusts' and of course 'Flags'. The characters in these songs were flags, and now we've come to plant our flags in the ground where they once were."
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Figlia di un ex giocatore di rugby della mitica squadra degli All Blacks neozelandesi e appassionata di musica fin da bambina, Brooke Fraser è una vera propria pop star... in Nuova Zelanda!
Giunta già al suo terzo album, Brooke è finalmente pronta a un volo transoceanico che porterà lei e il suo nuovo album "Flags" anche in Italia.
Nata a Wellington e cresciuta ad Auckland, Brooke -- nonostante la distanza dagli Stati Uniti e dall'Australia -- non ha, infatti, niente da invidiare a Natalie Imbruglia, Nelly Furtado, Taylor Swift e altre reginette del pop anglofono.
Voce cristallina, mood solare e un'inclinazione a testi profondi e con venature spirituali, Brooke Fraser debutterà il 7 Gennaio 2011 sulla scena italiana con il primo singolo estratto da Flags, la ballata pop folkeggiante Something In The Water.
Fortunatamente questa non è l'unica gemma di un album pieno di potenziali hit, come la seconda traccia Betty e l'incursione nell'indie-rock Coachella, un omaggio all'omonimo festival americano a cui Brooke ha partecipato l'anno scorso. Influenzata da veterane del pop al femminile come Sarah McLachlan e Joni Mitchell, Brooke Fraser ha, insomma, tutta la stoffa per diventare la sorellina più piccola di Norah Jones e Sara Bareilles.
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The track is stil a huge hit in Italy (went Gold in Autumn 2011) and in the rest of the World too! It was awarded as the "Most Performed Work in New Zealand" in 2011 and had a lot of airplay in Germany and Uk too... In the video Brooke Fraser sings, dances and claps her hands... Brooke fell in love with the confessional lyrics and timeless melodies of James Taylor, Carole King, Joni Mitchell and Paula Cole, and eventually began to play the guitar. In 2002, when she was 18, Fraser signed with Sony Music and moved to Auckland where she played regularly at local venues while she wrote the songs that would appear on her debut album, What To Do With Daylight. That album, released in New Zealand in 2003, debuted at No. 1 and achieved gold status the same week.
Canción: Lord Of Lord
Artista: Brooke Fraser (Hillsong Live)
Album: Savoiur King
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Jemaine and Bret were asked to write a charity song for Red Nose Day NZ 2012 in aid of CureKids - a charity that funds medical research into life-threatening childhood illnesses.
The lyrics incorporate interviews with school kids that were recorded before they wrote the track.
The song, produced by the legendary Printz Board, was recorded at Roundhead Studios in Auckland, New Zealand and features numerous New Zealand artists.
Brooke Fraser - brookefraser
Sam Scott & Luke Buda (The Phoenix Foundation)
Savage (& crew)
Young Sid - Sid Diamond
Kids of 88
2nd video from the Brooke Fraser album "Albertine", for the song Shadowfeet
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