Some fresh worship music

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Some fresh worship music

Post by IsaacJ » Tue Jan 28, 2014 12:54 pm

Hey theos community. Forgive me if this comes off too much as promotion but I just finished a new worship CD and wanted you to know how you can get it free if you're looking for some new worship music. I wrote a book that goes with it -both are themed on the attributes of God. Anyways, you can download the music free at the link below for about the next week.

So take it or leave it, maybe it'll be a blessing for's the link:

Also, here's a link to download a kindle version of the book cheap (if you have no money let me know and I can e-mail you a copy.) ... +God+isaac

God bless!

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Re: Some fresh worship music

Post by Paidion » Tue Dec 20, 2016 3:59 pm

Maybe you wouldn't consider this "fresh," but I consider it "refreshing."

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Re: Some fresh worship music

Post by Homer » Tue Dec 20, 2016 5:45 pm

Something has been lost in churches nowadays. With the emphasis on "worship music" we have lost much of the songs of encouragement and exhortation, one of the main reasons for the assembling of the saints.

Great one here, written by a black pastor in the South, circa 1917. I'm sure his church needed encouragement.

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