Tag Archives: Worship

Writing, Worship, and Gospel Identity

It’s been a few days since I’ve written anything. It feels like much longer. I don’t know if it was because I’ve been so busy the past couple days, or if I just haven’t had anything to say. What I know is that somehow the days when I don’t write just feel different.
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Kyrie Eleison (Lord Have Mercy)

I literally just heard this song while listening to the live stream of The Gospel Coalition conference today. I feel these words are very applicable today.

Read. Meditate. Pray.
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Louder Than The Mob

One of my favorite bands when I was growing up were the O.C. Supertones (which I have just learned are coming back!). For those who are less culturally refined, or who weren’t teenagers in the 90’s, the Supertones are a Ska band, and arguably the greatest, with a possible contention from Five Iron Frenzy fans (who have also made a glorious comeback!). I usually listen to the Supertones when I’m in kind of a goofy mood, or really need to lighten up after an obnoxiously frustrating day at work. Such was the case a couple days ago, but then something gloriously strange happened.
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10,000 Reasons

I’m not a huge fan of the homemade video, but I LOVE this song!

10,000 Reasons is the title track for Matt Redman’s latest CD.

Christianity Today lists the top tracks as: “We Are the Free,” “Endless Hallelujah,” “Magnificent”