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Voicing/Instrumentation: ST, Duet, Vocal Solo

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More about Dianne A. Blackham:
I have been a church musician. Church music callings have filled my life. I have had many callings to play the piano in Primary and Relief Society meetings and the organ in Sacrament meetings. I’ve played for funerals and firesides. I’ve been a song leader and choir director, stake and ward music chairman and special event music coordinator. I have written original songs and hymn arrangements for use in our ward, community and family. I taught children in my neighborhood violin, viola and piano lessons and hosted recitals for their performances and accompanied them in church special music offerings. The big secret is, I’m not a highly skilled musician but God has used me anyway.
Song background:

I love the artistic visuals that the words of this song offer. Each verse was written for a personal experience I've faced. I know that many people have such experiences, so I wrote the verses generically for all to enjoy. 
A tulip portrays the struggle we have of turning our dark moments into something beautiful. 
A stone washed by constant overflowing river water portrays how hard hearts can be smoothed over time. 
A Shepherd watching over His sheep, when one wanders he finds them and holds them close.  
I believe that God can see what hearts and minds are made of. I believe that God can reach the heart that's hard to love. I believe that we will see the saving grace of God.  I believe in miracles.

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