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God of Peace (Jehovah Shalom)

The fourth song on the album "Names of God". This song was written during a time intense hardship when God met me with His perfect peace.

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Jesus Your Name

The fifth song on the album "Names of God". This features Jesus' Name in multiple languages and envisions the multitudes of people worshipping in heaven, as described in Revelation.

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Lord You Provide (Jehovah Jireh)

The sixth song on the album "Names of God". The main Scripture this is taken from is Matthew 6:33, and the resolve is to seek God's kingdom first.

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Our God is Three in One (Elohim)

The first song the album "Names of God", which tells the story of creation in Genesis 1. It includes a look at God's plan of redemption that was also made before the foundations of the world.

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The God Who Sees Me (El Roi)

The third song in the album "Names of God", based on the story of Haggar in Genesis 16, when she calls God El Roi because He saw her and looked after her.

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The Lord is My Shepherd (Jehovah Raah)

The second song on the album "Names of God", based on Psalm 23.

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You're My Healer (Jehovah Rapha)

The seventh song on the album "Names of God". God can, but will He heal? We can ask, but regardless of the answer, He is good!

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God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

This 16th Century carol is one of the oldest known Christmas carols. It reminds us of God's mission, being born to die in order to save us.

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What Child is This?

A rearranged version of this classic Christmas Carol, with an added interlude focusing on the purpose of Christ's birth.

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Hallelujah: Amazing Grace & Jesus Loves Me

This soothing song blends Amazing Grace & Jesus Loves Me with a sweet Hallelujah chorus.

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Be Thou My Vision

This is the classic hymn written by 6th century Irish writer, Dallan Forgaill, with a slight contemporary flare.

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Silent Night

The traditional Christmas Carol Silent Night with my own little twist in arrangement.

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Reign in Me

You know that desire to meet with God and seek His face as you commune with Him, heart to heart, in worship? This song sprung from that desire.

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Move, and We'll Follow

Sometimes God calls us to pick up and move, whether that be in physical location, ministry, job, etc. That can be scary, unnerving, and stir doubt in us, but God's unchanging character builds confidence in what He asks us to do.

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Here I Am (Send Me)

God's very heart is missions. He sent Jesus on a mission to save us and He desires His people to be on mission for His kingdom. With a harvest so plentiful, who will go and who shall He send?

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