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BLACK SABBATH

13

Redactor Toni Castarnado

Fecha de publicación jueves, 04 de julio de 2013

Género Rock

Edita Universal Music

País edición Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte

Henry Rollins dijo una vez que sólo podías confiar en los primeros seis discos de Black Sabbath y en ti mismo. Seguramente, tras escucharlo atentamente y babear como un niño pequeño, ahora podría añadir a la lista “13”, su tan esperado regreso con Ozzy Osbourne como vocalista, tras alianza de nuevo con Tommy Iommi (alucinante su sonido de guitarra en este disco) y Geezer Butler. Había mucha expectación con respecto a este lanzamiento, cabía comprobar si todavía existía química entre ellos, si Ozzy iba a dar la talla cantando, si las composiciones estarían a la altura de las de su pasado. Y de un plumazo, tras una sola escucha, esas preguntas encuentran respuestas afirmativas. Y una vez más, Rick Rubin ha demostrado que es un genio, que no hay nadie mejor que él para sacarles el mayor rendimiento a músicos de este calibre. Los ochos minutos majestuosos de inicio de “End Of The Beggining”, la emoción y elegancia de “God Is Dead?”, la exhuberancia de “Loner”, el viaje de ácido en “Zeitgeist”, o “Dear Father” como colofón a un disco perfecto, el mejor tributo posible para una leyenda como Black Sabbath. 




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Comentario: Craig,I feel your pain concerning the need for rest. I'm 49, I have 7 chldiren, and the youngest is a 5 weeks old. The rest' you and I speak of here concerns rejuvenation as a result of exhaustion. Three things come to mind: First, The Sabbath' was not concerning a rest' as in rejuvenation' as if God was exhausted from His work. It was a Sabbath rest of completion' like the period at the end of a sentence. Another way to understand it is, a rolling ball eventually comes to rest'. The Hebrews wondering the wilderness (in motion) remained in motion under God's wrath. They never entered His Rest (Hebrews 3 & 4). God completed' his work of creating. Jesus ‘completed’ the work on the cross – “It is finished”. Nowhere does entering His Rest imply we can now sleep.Second, we don't need Scripture to inform us we need physical rest. Our bodies are programmed' to tell us that. Since God built us and built that into us, He didn't need to send special revelation to inform us of something so simple. Case in point, where in the Ten Commendments does it say, Thou shalt eat ? Using Scripture to motivate people to work for free is ludicrous and violates principles in Scripture. If I suggest you should work paycheck free, you will invoke a worker is due his wages or don't muzzle the ox that treads the grain . I too agree with this principle.Do as physicians, attorneys, and other professionals do, reach in your self-professed squeaky pocket and pay people to perform these tasks. They are oxen as well. If the church has grown to lob-sided then cut back. God is sovereign. The Father has given souls to the Son and the Son will loose not one . Not a single soul will lost if LifeChurch is required to cut back overhead or can’t expand by adding another campus for sake of feeding the ox . For God can raise up a friend or neighbor or a Gideon Bible to bring the Word that produces faith unto salvation.Lastly, I can’t help but notice that maintaining “the Sabbath” as well as the “Tithe” were omitted from the Jerusalem Decree and that being good with the Holy Spirit. For it has seemed good to the Holy Spirit and to us to lay on you no greater burden than these requirements: that you abstain from what has been sacrificed to idols, and from blood, and from what has been strangled, and from sexual immorality. Acts 15:28-29 ESVJesus himself, was doing his Father's work on the Sabbath. The Sabbath isn't about sleep, it's about Holiness.I’m looking forward to a sermon on abstaining from “eating rare steak”.
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