After an extended delay at the Toronto airport, we made it to London in one piece, and have spent the last couple of days enjoying the company of my wife’s parents, visiting a variety of playgrounds, and otherwise enjoying this weather that reminds me so much of Vancouver.
I’ve been pretty fortunate to have unusual weather every time I’ve visited Ontario in the last 20 years. The residents claim the province is unbearably hot and humid, but I’ve never experienced this at all. I’ve always managed to find a good cross-breeze wherever we were. And air conditioning always helps, but honestly, I’ve rarely used it.
There was one incident years ago when I visited Toronto in March. When we arrived the sky was clear. The next day I awoke to a foot an a half of snow on the ground, and went shopping for a pair of boots that morning. But that was a rare experience that taught me to only visit in the summer or autumn.
All this great weather gives me reason to sing, and so I recorded a quick worship set that lasts about 10 minutes. Of course, it took several hours to edit on Roxio VideoWave, because the program kept crashing at the most inopportune moments (also, it does strange things with moving video titles.) Lift your hands and worship with me, to the video below.
I left some musical space at the end for you to respond to the Holy Spirit in prayer and thanksgiving from your own heart. After all, He wants to hear what’s on your mind. I’m just here to help provide some “atmosphere”.
An edited post via email from tonychung’s posterous