By Greg Laurie
“With my whole heart I have sought You; oh, let me not wander from Your commandments!”—Psalm 119:10
By the time he was eleven, Johnny Cash had started to sort things out for himself concerning spiritual matters. “I knew there was two distinct ways to go in life,” he wrote in his first autobiography. “The people who had their hearts right—I recognized them as being different from the ones who were playing checkers over at the service station during the church service.”
He sought God’s presence through prayer and music. Songs like “I’ll Fly Away” transported him to another place. “To me, songs were the telephone to heaven, and I tied up the line quite a bit,” Cash reflected.
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