Bigger Moving Picture -Camera Eye

“With the 1981 release of Rush’s Moving Pictures album, “The Camera Eye” took us on a musical journey across the Atlantic in the bands unique lyrical and musical style. The song tangibly describes New York and London; The long held subjects of story, fantasy and lore along with the qualities that energize these magical cities.” (from Still Kickin youtube channel)

What do you see in your city?

Do you see the people you pass by and that pass by you? Do you just look beyond their need, their call for friendship?

Here is another good song and an explanation of where, why who wrote it:

“Bluetree” was the band that original wrote the song, “God Of This City” here is their version:

Let Christ become your Lord, you’ll never regret building a relationship with Him and if you have this relationship, share it with YOUR city.

What mode of transportation do you use to convey the good news (The Gospel of Jesus Christ)?

Tell me how your going to do this (leave a reply/comment below)

Pressing On,

Tom “Beetle” Bailey

I work at The Salvation Army of Saint Augustine, Florida

That is also my church. Visit our Facebook page:

And if you’re ever in beautiful Saint Augustine, Florida visit us

at 1425 Old Dixie Highway Saint Augustine, FL 32084

M-F 8am-4:30pm

Wednesday Nights 6:30pm Men & Women’s Ministry

Thursday Nights 6:30pm Bible Study


10am Bible Study Sunday School

11am Worship/holiness Service

6pm Salvation Service

We also offer opportunities for “Community Care” visits, projects and more

call me at 904-824-6956 Ext. 4407

 For other post using Rush songs click this:

Moving Pictures -The Series

Now go to: “Cataract” by Alexx bailey ( ) (<—-click here for devotional thought on spiritual eye sight and hearing)

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