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It turns out that this book is a collection of articles that Rich wrote for Release Magazine, between and Because of that, there is little continuity, as Rich seemed to be writing whatever was on his mind. The book proceeds from there to the articles, which are grouped chronologically. Rich writes about faith and life, in various scenarios. There are many topics, but all fit into the scope of how faith and life work together.
The World as I Remember It: Through the Eyes of a Ragamuffin by Rich Mullins
Now we are big, and too heavy to rise above our own understanding. We ran for the love of running and laughed and got scared and saw the world as a real place full of real dangers and real beauty and real rights and wrongs. It does not deny the hardness of guitar strings, it plucks them into a sweetness of sound. There are many things that are too amazing for all of us, many more that empower us beyond what we can understand.
He will give us hope—hope that stretches us where worry bent us and faith—faith that sustains us where greed smothered us and love—love that is at the bottom of our deepest desires, the loss of which is at the root of all our fears. Rich Mullins was, still is, one of my life heroes.
Both times, as many others have experienced, he came out on stage in a white t-shirt, blue jean shorts, and barefoot. There will never be another Rich Mullins. Nor does there need to be. We already have one.
God decided that he needed Rich in heaven more than we needed him here. But, in a sense, we still have him here, because we still have him. We have his liturgy, his legacy, and his ragamuffin band.
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