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There seems to be a market for the bodies of aborted children. It seems to be a substantial market "Follow the money understand the lie"
Psalm 57 says Awake my glory. Awake harp and lyre. Stir the morning dawn with praise.
A time for returning and repentance before our God.
Listen to me, O house of Jacob, and all the remnant of the house of Israel; who are borne from the belly; who are lifted from the womb. Even to old age I am He and I will bear to gray hair. I made and I will carry and I will bear and deliver.
Peak in sub-genre #15
A medley of two of my favorites with apocalyptic overtones.
Peak in sub-genre #15
Have you ever been to a rock concert or sporting event. These "stars" desire to be heroes or role models and then you hear that one is addicted or that one has been arrested. Who has heard the Word of the Lord and will stand in the face of adversity.
Peak position #57
There are many battles to fight on a daily basis in the Christian walk. Who will persevere? Who will press in to victory in Him. You need a breakthrough!
Peak position #82
Let everything that has breath praise the Lord. Everything and everyone from the greatest to the least for our God is worthy of all our praise. All glory laud and honor to Jesus Christ our king.
Peak position #42
Psalm 150:6 Isaiah 14:12,13
Peak position #34
He who forgives all your iniquities; who heals all your diseases; who redeems your life from destruction; who crowns you with kindness and tender mercies; who satisfies your desire with good; your youth is renewed like the eagle's.
Peak position #48
This song is taken from Psalm 43. Check it out.
Peak position #77
This is a little rhyme about music as an expression of cultural character.
Peak in sub-genre #2
Some are called to make the ultimate sacrifice in the service of the Lord. All are called to die to self daily, to unity and to honor one another.
Peak position #33
A Place to Die is a play on the idea of comparing and contrasting Christ on the cross and we who are called to take up our crosses daily and prefer one another over ourselves.
Peak position #11
Joyful is taken from Psalm 35 where David cries out to God for deliverance from their mutual enemies. He determines to be Joyful in the salvation of the Lord.