Praise & Worship: May 22nd, 2015

1.  The Unmaking-  Nichole Nordeman

2.  Exhale-  Plumb

3.  Through My Father’s Eyes-  Holly Starr

4.  You’re Not Alone-  Owl City/Britt Nicole

5.  Greater-  Mercy Me

6.  Jesus Loves Me-  Chris Tomlin

7.  And All The People Said Amen-  Matt  Maher

8.  He Knows My Name-  Francesca Battistelli

9.  Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)-  Hillsong

10.  He Knows-  Jeremy Camp

11. That’s How You Forgive-  Shane & Shane

Classic Vineyard Praise & Worship: May 15th, 2015

1.  Praise Song

2.  Breath Of God

3.  Beautiful

4.  Desire Only You

5.  Fall On Me (Set Me Free)

6.  Breathe

7.  We Will Dance

8.  Light The Fire Again

9.  Come Now Is The Time To Worship

10.  Eternity

11.  Draw Me Closer

12.  I Believe In Jesus

 

 

Praise & Worship, The Jesus People Era: May 8th, 2015

Having gone through my CD’s recently I came across some music that dated back to the mid 70’s and earlier.  This was the first ‘Christian’ music’ I had ever heard and I fell in love with it.  I guess this would qualify as my version of olies but goodies!  I hope you enjoy the songs.  Allan

Song List

1a. More Than Sunlight-  Mustard Seed Faith

1.  Sometimes Alleluia-  Chuck Giard

2.  King Of Hearts-  Randy Stonehill

3. Charity-  Kenn Gulliksen

4.  Nobody Knows Me Like You-  Benny Hester

5.  I Love You With My Life-  Sweet Comfort Band

6.  A Friend So True-  Kelly Willard

7.  Sail On Sailor-  Mustard Seed Faith

8.  Holy, Holy, Holy-  Maranatha

9.  Giver Of Life-  Darrell Mansfield

10.  Maybe-  Parable

11.  Clean Before My Lord-  Honeytree

12. Oh Lord, You’re Beautiful-  Keith Green

Praise & Worship: May 1st, 2015

1.  Who I Am– Blanca

2.  I’ll Keep On-  NF with Jeremiah Carlson

3.  The Maker-  Chris August

4.  Touch The Sky-  Hillsong United

5.  Soul On Fire-  Third Day

6.  Because He Lives (Amen)-  Matt Maher

7.  Brother-  NEEDTOBREATHE

8.  Shoulders-  For King & Country

9.  The Motions-  Matthew West

10.  More Than You Think I Am-  Danny Gokey

11.  Lord I’m Ready Now-  Plumb

Praise & Worship: April 24th, 2015

1.  O Come, O Come, Emmanuel-  Enya

2.  Light Up The Sky-  The Afters

3.  We Won’t Be Shaken-  Building 429

4.  Mountaintop-  The City Harmonic

5.  Steady My Heart-  Kari Jobe

6.  The Misfit-  Erick Nelson & Michelle Pillar

7.  All Things Possible-  Mark Schultz

8.  Yearn-  Shane & Shane

9.  The Lord Is Gracious & Compassionate-  Vineyard

10.  Only You-  Vineyard

11.  One Thing Remains-  Jesus Culture

Praise & Worship: April 17th, 2015

1.  How Can It Be-  Lauren Daigle

2.  Empty Handed-  Lindsay McCaul

3.  One Thing Remains-  Bethel Music

4.  Glorious-  Bryan & Katie Torwalt

5.  Something In The Water-  Carrie Underwod

6.  The Proof Of Your Love-  For King & Country

7.  Two Thousand Years Ago-  Godfrey Birtill

8.  Strong God-  Meredith Andrews

9.  Come Holy One-  Young Oceans

10.  Healing Is In Your Hands-  Christy Nockels

11.  He Knows-  Jeremy Camp

 

 

Streams In The Desert: April 11th, 2015

What I tell you in the darkness, speak ye in the light” Matthew 10:27

Our Lord is constantly taking us into the dark, that He may tell us things. Into the dark of the shadowed home, where bereavement has drawn the blinds; into the dark of the lonely, desolate life, where some infirmity closes us in from the light and stir of life; into the dark of some crushing sorrow and disappointment.
Then He tells us His secrets, great and wonderful, eternal and infinite; He causes the eye which has become dazzled by the glare of earth to behold the heavenly constellations; and the car to detect the undertones of His voice, which is often drowned amid the tumult of earth’s strident cries.
But such revelations always imply a corresponding responsibility–‘that speak ye in the light–that proclaim upon the housetops.”
We are not meant to always linger in the dark, or stay in the closet; presently we shall be summoned to take our place in the rush and storm of life; and when that moment comes, we are to speak and proclaim what we have learned.
This gives a new meaning to suffering, the saddest element in which is often its apparent aimlessness. “How useless I am!” “What am I doing for the betterment of men?” “Wherefore this waste of the precious spikenard of my soul?”
Such are the desperate laments of the sufferer. But God has a purpose in it all. He has withdrawn His child to the higher altitudes of fellowship, that he may hear God speaking face to face, and bear the message to his fellows at the mountain foot.
Were the forty days wasted that Moses spent on the Mount, or the period spent at Horeb by Elijah, or the years spent in Arabia by Paul?
There is no short cut to the life of faith, which is the all-vital condition of a holy and victorious life. We must have periods of lonely meditation and fellowship with God. That our souls should have their mountains of fellowship, their valley of quiet rest beneath the shadow of a great rock, their nights beneath the stars, when darkness has veiled the material and silenced the stir of human life, and has opened the view of the infinite and eternal, is as indispensable as that our bodies should have food.
Thus alone can the sense of God’s presence become the fixed possession of the soul, enabling it to say repeatedly, with the Psalmist, “Thou art near, 0 God.”
–F. B. Meyer
“Some hearts, like evening primroses, open more beautifully in the shadows of life.”

 

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