So, if you weep, be comforted to know that God sees your tears, He values your sorrow, and He will one day remove every tear from your life. Lift your face to Him because He cares and He will wipe away each one. And, if you know someone who is hurting right now, share this with her—she may need to know that God cares and sees her tears. Which one of these truths or Scriptures mean the most to you and why? Jennifer Rothschild Menu Skip to content. Happy tears.
living beyond limits
Angry tears. We cry for all sorts of reasons. What about you? Are you a Trickler or a Niagara?
Without a Tear, God Brought Judgment
God notices, cares about, and always responds to your tears. Have you ever felt like God is just not fair? I sure have. Learn more about it here.
God values your tears because He values you. A day is coming when God will wipe away all of your tears. Sure, it's not as great as some of the earlier or future recordings, but I like it anyway as it is. With Theo on vocals, the album is fuckin aggressive as hell and there are some damn brilliant tracks also, which makes it more than just decent effort.
- Colour Vision: A Study in Cognitive Science and Philosophy of Science (Philosophical Issues in Science)?
- Cries of the Heart;
- The Silence of God & The Cries of His Suffering Saints - Discover the Book Ministries.
- Survival of the young poet.
It's actually quite difficult to describe the album's style. It is straight forward basically and ravage, but the riffs are not in the vein of many death metal groups and definitely also not in Asphyx style It is mainly old school shit and I think it probably takes a lot from thrash metal, just listen to "Frozen Soul", great mid paced and quite slow, for this album, song with cool headbanging riffing "I got no feelings at all There are quite a lot of thrashing elements in these tracks, only played in death metal vein, don't know if you agree with me about that?
Some tracks are really fast for Asphyx standards and doesn't slow down even for the second, like "Died Yesterday", "Cut-throat Urges" or "Slaughtered In Sodom". They're pure rage coming out of the speakers. From the other hand "My Beloved Enemy" is slightly slower, but actually this is one of two of my favourite tracks from the album, I really like it a lot, its mood and Theo's depressive vocals, as well as quite melodic guitar solo in the end, even though while hearing it you definitely start to miss Daniels.
I must say I'm torn apart a little bit when listening to "God Cries". From one hand I enjoy it and think it is good album and worthy being in Asphyx discography, but from the other hand I think I miss the asphyxiated spirit too much in it. It does sound quite like different band and I wonder if it wasn't a mistake calling it Asphyx? Anyway, even if it is the weakest of all Asphyx albums, I still like it and think it's an important part of band's history. Die hard fans may have been lucky and got the vinyl pressing of "God Cries", released by Joe Black Records, in limited copies pressing.
It does look fuckin' brilliant and contains two bonus tracks demo versions of "Died Yesterday" and "The Blood I Spilled" Whatever you got, make your own opinion on the album. Personally, as I said, I like it, but miss the classic asphyxiated feeling in it. The similarities between this album and almost any other Asphyx album is little to none! The rage and hostility seems forced, and is quite linear, making songs only 3 or 3 and a half minutes long seem like 20 minutes before they finally make way for another seemingly uninspired track poorly and ineffectively disguised as a clenched fist poised to demolish teeth.
But there are also songs like ''Slaughtered in Sodom'' full of sloppy, nonsensical, noisy, half hearted junk. One of the most unknown and unpopular albums from Asphyx is actually my favorite one. Being the only album without guitarist Eric Daniels who had just disbanded a totally different incarnation of Asphyx with Ron van Pol and Sander van Hoof , this album was written and recorded by original drummer Bob Bachus and demo bassplayer-vocalist Theo Loomans who also played guitar this time. Whereas Asphyx normally included huge amounts of doom on their albums, this was almost totally absent on God Cries, giving the impression this could hardly have been called a regular Asphyx album.
Maybe that's why some fans didn't like it much. Yet I did and I know I am not alone in this. The album is a short, straight forward and fast piece of brutal death metal with some thrash metal riffs thrown in. Catchy tunes with high standard riffing and one of the best drumming performances from Bob Bachus in his entire Asphyx career.
- Buying Options.
- Dirty Little Christmas: Sexy Suspense (Dirty Series Book 3).
- 1. He Sees Your Tears.
- The Triumph of Reality TV: The Revolution in American Television.
- Dont Cry Alone: An utterly captivating saga exploring the strength of love!
Chagiga 5 - When God cries
Write your own review. Too Good. Almighty God! Speechless in awe of His manifestation! Indeed, God is Alive! God cries with me. He cannot embrace me for I will be consumed but His tears So here's the story: From all the challenges, criticisms, disappointments i got from my work, from our church, from my family.. My soul weigh down too much that cause me to fell flat on the floor, pleading to God to comfort me.
3 Ways God Responds to Your Tears
To rescue me. To encourage me.
To lift me up. Ama, please.. I pray: I need an embrace, Lord. I need a hug from You. I need love. I need love Heavy to bear. Anticipating my prayers will be answered.
- Run For Your Life (Full Flight Heroes and Heroines).
- Razakel:God Cries Lyrics!
- Browse by topic.
- 3 Ways God Responds to Your Tears | Jennifer Rothschild.
- African Americans in the Visual Arts (Facts on File Library of American History - a to Z of African Americans).
Then suddenly, I felt a terrible peace. I know God is beside me. The Holy Spirit is working.