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When Steve Jobs released his MP3 player, did he realise that he was putting a time machine into our pocket?

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When I listen to Pray for Rain’s self-titled ‘92 debut album, I’m taking back to my college dorm as a university student just trying to make my way in the world.

When I listen to Newsboys’ album Take Me To Your Leader, I’m travelling with my new wife around Tasmania, experiencing the wonders of nature in the wonders of a new relationship.

When I listen to Forever Young by Youth Group, I’m standing beside the casket of Andrew Kierle who died way too young.

Are there songs that take you back?

Music does this to us. It reaches into a soul and helps it travel to places long forgotten, yet long treasured.

This isn’t Steve Job’s gift to us – it’s God’s.

Paul Clark’s musings can be heard on radio across Australia and at


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