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God Glorified In Blindness and Autism

December 10, 2011

Even though, it’s not “Sweet Beulah Land”, I came across this a couple of days ago.  Chistopher Duffley, age 10, born prematurely to a biological mother/addict of Cocaine and Oxycodone, “suffered” from blindness and autism.  God has harvested in the glory of that suffering.  Within the framework of his disabilities, it’s evident God has given him the talent of music.  One thing I was impressed with was his sense of timing when the music began to play.  Folks that aren’t blind and autistic fail to clap on the correct timing.  But this kid is making much of God’s Name.  An amusing thing however in the video, is that the audience begins to clap to this slow-mid tempo song.  White people will clap with anything.  Nonetheless, it’s a touching rendition. 



From → Culture, Gospel, Music

One Comment
  1. Wow, that’s beautiful. Thanks.

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