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Clay Jars came about to accompany James' text on the woman who washed Jesus feet and dried them with her hair.  The initially tentative character of the accompaniment is supposed to reflect our initial discomfort or shyness at offering what we may sometimes perceive as inadequate or inferior gifts, but as the melody moves along it gains in confidence, as the use of whatever gifts we have strengthens them into usable tools.

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