I like them as well, but I don't ever wake up in the morning with one of their pieces playing in my head. Modern praise and worship music that I know the words and tune to do play in my head.I guess I am weird, as my favorites are from the great classical composers:
Yes, children singing praise to God is special.Weedy; Opinions on these ?
Something about the innocence of children giving praise. Theres hope still it would seem for our future.
This one makes me sad in many ways.
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I told you I was weird. I woke up this morning with Luther’s A Mighty Fortress is Our God all in my head, pipe organs and a full chorus.I like them as well, but I don't ever wake up in the morning with one of their pieces playing in my head. Modern praise and worship music that I know the words and tune to do play in my head.
Dat you @Peanut? or is that slade. Judging from your avatar, I thought you had a much longer faceFor me the music is intertwined with the who, they are the same. The music was done bluegrass style, sometimes in church, in our homes, sometimes in cemeteries or at celebrations… whenever 3 or 4 pickers happened to be at the same place. So, instead of posting a song I thought I’d post the who… all are folks I’ve picked with for many years, some from the time I was little, 7 or 8. Almost all are gone now, can’t think of the music without thinking of them.
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Oh, I’ve enjoyed to the album @SLADE posted many times.
It actually has a little bit of a story with me: The song had been rolling around in my head for a week or so (this was a few years back). I was even out elk hunting and singing it - probably sounded like an elk call Anyhoo, a few nights later Hubby was scrolling through FB and will listen to a song if someone posts one. He played the above song. I was stunned. We don't usually listen to much Christian music. Who says God doesn't send messages.Such a great worship song!
I will have to look for one of Casting Crown's albums. Songs like "Who Am I?" are songs that I can play on repeat. It is a song that will play in my head when I am not listening to it.
During the time I was first on fire for the Lord, my wife & I went to an old Christian book store. This album was the first Christian music I’d ever purchased at 20 years old.
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I didn’t know what I was buying, I just liked the cover.
We listened to & loved this album so much it stayed on repeat in our Jeep for many short & long trips for years.
It’s a little known UK Christian band that I still have not heard of. They use electric guitars & play a style of music that reminds me of “For King & Country”, just not that big of a band.
These songs stayed in my heart, increased my faith & showed me I can truly enjoy & worship with a style of music this 20 year old liked. Kathie liked it too!
(We had “Burn The Ships”on repeat for the last few years since we saw “For King & Country” live, which was an amazing show!)
Here’s the lyrics to the opening song,
We wait in hope for You
Our shelter and our truth
You are always faithful to Your word
Consume our hearts and minds
Be the author of this life
Your Kingdom come, Your will be done
In these times of doubt and sorrow
People need a hope to cling to
Your love is an anchor in the storms of life
You never let us down
Your promise is alive
When coloured dreams fade to grey (unfailing love)
When the night crowds out the day (unfailing love)
When there's no words left to say
God's love remains