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Category Archives: Worship
Since we’ve been talking about Jesus Christ, Savior of the World, I thought it would be appropriate to post this classic song from Bethel Music from their album by the same title released in 2012. As we have seen in the … Continue reading
Here’s a song by Urban Rescue called “Song of My Father” (from their “Wild Heart” album). Thanks to Ros at Sevennotesofgrace for posting this on her blog. She has a great blog focused on worship music. Of course, any song about our … Continue reading
Here’s a song from Brian & Jenn Johnson’s latest album, “After All These Years.” May it encourage and remind you of Who is always for you, always with you, and lives His life in you. No matter what may come your way, remember He’s just … Continue reading
I want to share an intimate time of worship, healing, and hope at our church a couple weeks ago. This is one of the things I love about corporate gatherings. You’re in this space together with your brothers and sisters and the anticipation is electric. The … Continue reading
This video is a live rendition of a song “Mercy” by Amanda Cook from her “Brave New World” album. We’ve been singing this song at our church. I especially like this verse… Oh love, great love Fear cannot be found in You And there will … Continue reading
Today is my birthday. I was introduced to this planet 61 years ago (on a Sunday). And like everybody else, spent the rest of my time trying to figure out why I’m here. After about 45 years of wandering and … Continue reading
There are some songs that are more than just songs; they’re heart-prayers. Every time we sing them, we’re praying from the depths of our soul. One such song for me is “For the One” from Brian & Jenn Johnson’s latest album, “After All These … Continue reading