I will make this choice easy for you… I downloaded this album from itunes and enjoyed the entire album the first listen and every time since. All tracks blend smoothly into one another for a very catchy overall appeal. I highly recommend Scripture Memory Pop Symphonies. It is the type of album you don’t mind hearing every track. So what are you waiting for? – Dave Davidson
PoetTree.com website is having troubles.
For now you can download all 12 albums here…
Thanks, Dave Davidson
125 VERSES POSTED
141 SONGS RECORDED
82 VISUAL PIECES CREATED
We believe there is no more important book in the world than the Word of God because within it we find the words of God. Do you want to know what God is like and what has He done throughout history? Look to His Word. Wonder who we are and what we were created for? Look to His Word. God’s Word is living and abiding (1 Peter 1:23); by it we are we born again, and by it we grow up into salvation (1 Peter 2:2)! David teaches us that blessed is that man whose delight is in the law of the Lord (Psalm 1:2); that we are to love it, walk in it, and as we store it in our hearts we learn to not sin against God (Psalm 119:1, 11).
We see that God’s Word is not merely information about Him, but that God’s Word must bear a functional authority in our lives! We want God’s words to find a home in us (John 15:7) and to transform us by His Spirit so that we’re equipped for every good work (2 Timothy 3:16). How do we do this? Through memorization & meditation.
Though we might agree that memorization & meditation are important disciplines, they are much easier talked about than carried out practically in our busy rhythms of life. People start the journey of memorization off strong, but after 2 or 3 weeks, that gusto is often lost. Verses Project intends to make memorization and meditation sustainable, accessible, and even joyful. Every week, we pick a memory verse and post a song to help you hear and sing God’s Word; we post artwork to save on your mobile device, desktop, or for your wall so that you might not only hear it, but also constantly see it, be reminded of it, and treasure it; finally, we post a devotional blog to help you think on and engage with the text.
If you want to join us on this journey, please sign up on our mailing list (see at the bottom of the page). Our prayer is that you, your friends, family, and community will be saturated in God’s Word by this project. That not only will you memorize & meditate on it, but that you would delight in it and by changed by it. That of us would be spoken the same words Charles Spurgeon spoke of John Bunyan: “Prick him anywhere – his blood is bibline, the very essence of the Bible flows from him.”
“I will meditate on your precepts and fix my eyes on your ways. I will delight in your statutes; I will not forget your word.” (Psalm 119:15-16)
The Verses Project is run by Joel Limpic (a worship pastor at Park Church in Denver, CO) and Ryan Gikas (a worship pastor at Bridgeway Church in Oklahoma City, OK). The majority of musical production is overseen by Chris Clark and Dustin Ragland.
Original songs by Charlie Hall, Robbie Seay, Brooks Ritter, Latifah Philips (Page CXVI), Loud Harp, and others.
Graphic designers & artwork by Chris Wright, Jonathan David Lindsey, Jesse Owen, Scott Allen Hill, Grant Hill, and others.
Friends, It’s with great joy today that we make available the brand new RSB record “Psalms EP, Vol. 1″ for free. As many of you know, I have been a worship pastor and songwriter for many years. I have written songs for the church and in the church. By definition, I am a modern day Psalmist – though my understanding and passion for the Biblical Psalms, until recently, has been elementary. Sure, I had favorites that i would read and a basic knowledge of the more common passages but it was not a priority for me to include the Psalms when leading worship or to write new music for the Psalms. God changed that in me and this past summer as RSB went into the studio to record “Psalms EP, Vol. 1″. The Old Testament theologian Gordon Wenham said “Singing or praying the Psalms is a performative act. Saying them to God alters one’s relationship in a way that merely listening does not.” Our hope is that you enjoy these new songs, store these Psalms within you and that together we sing and pray these Psalms in response to a loving and holy God. And so there a few things I am asking you to do as you download Vol 1 today: 1. Download and listen. 2. If these Psalms resonate with you and if the vision of composing new music for these Psalms is something you believe in, we need your help. Vol 1 is on us at no charge. But we need you to pre-order Vol 2 & 3. We will be launching a Kickstarter to begin the pre-orders for Volumes 2&3 in coming days and would love to have you join in the fun. 3. Help us spread the word about the new music in whatever way you think is appropriate. We are an independent band that doesn’t have a big marketing machine. We simply have great friends who we’ve met through the years – and we are grateful for any mention of this EP and the Kickstarter campaign. Follow us on twitter (@robbieseay), Facebook (RobbieSeayBand fan page) or look for email updates in the coming weeks. Blessings from RSB, Robbie
The Psalm Project Band Set Out To Record Songs For All 150 Psalms… As of Easter 2014 they have 20 songs down, 130 to go so far… There slogan is “Every Psalm. Every Verse.”
The Psalms Project is a community of musicians carrying out out a vision of setting all 150 Psalms to music and including the essential meaning of every verse, crafting songs that are stylistically faithful to each Psalm by combining modern, familiar instrumentation with unconventional structure and style – a marriage of King David’s vision with the best qualities of modern worship music.
Visit their official site at http://thepsalmsprojectband.com/
If you’re partial to itunes click this link… https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/id747234203
Their impressive roster of musicians include 32 artists… http://thepsalmsprojectband.com/band
Get this album free at Noisetrade and tip the band.
Volume I: Psalms 1-10 is the first album from The Psalms Project, a band setting all 150 Psalms to music and including the essential meaning of every verse. Featuring a different lead vocalist on every track, Volume I: Psalms 1-10 features a variety of musical styles appropriate to each of the first ten Psalms, communicating each psalm’s meaning with a worshipful and passionate sound.
Get this album free at Noisetrade and tip the band.
If you have read this far please pray for these musicians as they work on this amazing goal. ScriptureSong.com roots you all on, looking forwart to 13 more albums. – Dave Davidson
“From of old no one has heard or perceived by the ear,
no eye has seen a God besides you,
who acts for those who wait for you.”
This scripture has been a great reminder for me to consider the greatness of God. It has caused me to ponder….. that in all the many splendors of this world, nothing that I have seen or heard is like the great creator of the universe….and the craziest thing is…. that God… the creator of all things acts for people who simply wait for him.
Question: What does it look like to wait on God?
For me waiting on God has been a humble exercise of frequent, mostly brief, but occasionally sustained pauses in the normal everyday activities of life. It has looked like taking a moment or sometimes several moments to thank God for the air that fills my lungs and the grace that has allowed me to continue life on this earth. These days I am doing my best to stop and ask God for guidance in the many decisions that are made on any given day….even in the seemingly obvious or mundane. I am trying hard to wait for God to speak. I am praying for faith to believe that He will “act for me”. What a humbling thought, that the God who holds everything in his hands, who made the oceans, who scattered the stars and planets through out the galaxies, who knows the exact number of times my heart will beat…..THAT God…would listen and act for me if only I would wait for Him. – Chris Clark
More at http://theversesproject.com/