Forgiveness frees the heart to pray. Forgiveness releases judgment and seeks mercy, brings down walls and builds bridges, breaks bondages and restores freedom. Forgiveness unlocks the chains of resentment and bitterness that are enemies to prayer. When God forgave you, He removed every sin that kept you from His presence.
Today you can come to Him with the confidence and assurance of His acceptance and love, not because you have earned it, but because He has shown you mercy and been gracious to you. It is His mercy and grace that He wants you to extend to others. If those who have wronged you ever come to mind, pray for them. Thank you all whom has fasted during this month of January.
I trust you are all refreshed and blessing as God has made each of us to be established and release us into this new year in the Holy Spirit.
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Trivia About The Prayer Eagle. No trivia or quizzes yet. Welcome back. The song was the third single taken from their second album Rio It was not originally issued as a single in the United States, although the music video was very popular on MTV. A special US single version was finally released in January and reached number 16 on the Billboard Hot The verses of the song are in D minor, while the chorus is in B minor.
It opens with an arpeggiated delay treated-synthesizer riff which plays in the background throughout the song. AllMusic journalist Donald A.
Guarisco described the song in a retrospective review, as being "a lilting epic". He wrote: "The music maintains the stormily romantic quality of the lyric by combining meditative verses with an aching chorus that swells and ebbs in a way that perfectly captures the song's heartbreak. The video was filmed by director Russell Mulcahy among the jungles, beaches, and temples of Sri Lanka in April Scenes were filmed atop the ancient rock fortress of Sigiriya , among the ruins of a Buddhist temple at Polonnaruwa and the island's southern coastline, with Simon Le Bon appearing in Speedos.
The shoot was a difficult but memorable experience for the band. When they arrived in Colombo , it was very hot, and Rhodes was uncomfortable in his clothing.
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Taylor reassured him they would be in their hotel soon and could relax. The driver who met them in a flatbed truck informed them it would be several hours' driving time to Kandy in the centre of the country, where the band were lodged. Along the way they were struck by the poverty they witnessed.
During the filming of the scene where the band members were riding elephants , a female elephant made a strange sound. One of the crew had recorded it, and found it funny enough to play back.
It turned out to be the elephant's mating call , which led the elephant carrying Roger Taylor to charge downhill and attempt to mount the female. While perched on a branch over a lagoon and miming playing his guitar , an intoxicated Andy Taylor fell into the water. He accidentally swallowed some, and had to be hospitalized during the band's subsequent Australian tour due to a tropical virus he contracted at that time. The band members all initially refused to do the scene where an elephant sprays water from its trunk onto one of them due to its homoerotic overtones; they finally settled on John Taylor since he was the band's pin-up boy.
He would be teased about it for years afterwards.
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