Saturn

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  • Former guitarist Ken Steorts said of this song in an interview with jesusfreakhideout.com: "'Saturn' parallels the belief in the rings around Saturn without having seen them, to the faith in God in what He has promised, and that He is working in us without seeing Him physically, and that kind of thing. Like a radical, simple faith no matter what the circumstances." >>
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    Tim - PGH, PA

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  • Edwin from Los Angeles, CaI cover this song a lot in church and I've done it twice when non-christian visitors were there, i believe it makes people believe in God
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