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Hidden in My Heart Scripture Memory Bible NLT Book and 100 Scripture Songs

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Scripture memorization grounds kids in the faith, equips them for the future, and solidifies relationships with Christ, family, and others. The Hidden in My Heart Scripture Memory Bible was created to encourage kids not only to read God’s Word but also to hide it deep within their hearts. One hundred of the Bible’s core verses have been set to music by renowned children’s author and song writer Stephen Elkins. The 100 songs include a variety of genres and are available in the New Living Translation, New International Version, and King James Version, and all songs are free with the purchase of the Bible. Additional interactive features encourage school-age kids to engage with the Word in every place of their life.

 

 

Old School Scripture In Song – From the Rising of the Sun

Old School Scripture In Song – 1977 – vol. 2 – 04 From the Rising of the Sun

Dana Dirksen’s Songs for Saplings

Songs for Saplings: ABC

by Dana Dirksen

http://music.songsforsaplings.com/album/songs-for-saplings-abc

  • Digital Album

    Free Music! You can download the first three songs from this album for FREE! Click on song below for more info.”Songs for Saplings: ABC” is designed to teach your little ones the word of God as they study their ABCs.Parents and teachers will enjoy singing these simple songs with the little “saplings” in their care, as you help your little ones grow in righteousness and become like the cedars of Lebanon. (Ps. 92:12)Free chords and lyrics: songsforsaplings.com/lyrics

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credits: released 15 January 2004

All music by Dana Dirksen
Produced and engineered by Matt Reckinger
Illustrations: Kelly Roest
Vocals: Dana Dirksen
Background Vocals: Maria Brooks, Mathew Hull, Joseph Ike, Sabrina Jacobs, Briana Jacobs, Dayna Jacobs, Sean Marsan, Jacob Marsan, Jira Reckinger, Ellen Vanderploeg, Andrew, Isaac, David and Daniel Dirksen.
Guitar: Dana Dirksen and Gary Ike
Claps: Georgie Reckinger and Jacob Reckinger
Bass: Matt ReckingerFor more info visit: www.songsforsaplings.com

  

  • Digital Album

    Free Music! You can download the first three songs from this album for FREE! Click on song below for more info.”Songs for Saplings: 123″ is designed to teach your little ones the word of God as they study their numbers.Parents and teachers will enjoy singing these simple songs with the little “saplings” in their care, as you help your little ones grow in righteousness and become like the cedars of Lebanon. (Ps. 92:12)Free chords and lyrics coming soon. For chords and lyrics to other albums, please visit songsforsaplings.com/lyrics

    Buy Now  $5 USD  or more

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The Mighty One God (free) 01:20
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If Two of You Agree (free) 01:40
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credits: released 15 March 2011

Main Vocals by Dana Dirksen
Voices: David, Daniel, Katherine, and Kristen Dirksen, Nina and Dayna Jacobs, Sierra Heikkila, Esme Johnson, Noelle Reimer, Jessica Barnes, Samantha Gossman, Savannah Roberts, Blake Heikkila, Ellanie Hellweg, Sophia and Henry Poundstone, Akiko Diaz, Abigail Janssen, Micah Janku, Chase and Becca May Ueltschey.
Guitar: Nathan Trueb, Bass: Joeie Canaday, Drums: Walker Beckman, Piano: Anna Denese and Jonathan Haidle, Harp: Colleen Jeffery, Bird Whistles: James Dirksen,
Produced by Patrick Tetreault and Dana Dirksen.
Engineered by Patrick Tetreault,
Mastered by K. Evan Hodge IV @ Blackhorse Masters, Artwork by Kelly Roest,
Graphics and layout by Theresa Rohrer at NW Media.
All music written by Dana Dirksen except “The Ninety-Nine” words by William G. Schell

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My Sheep Hear My Voice – Words Of Jesus From John’s Gospel By Chris Elliott

Click Here For FREE Download Of All 8 Scripture Songs

True Disciple (John 8:31-32, 34-36)

My Sheep Hear My Voice (John 10:25-29 KJV)

My Time Is Not Yet Come (John 7:6-8 KJV)

You Must Be Born Again (John 3:3,5-7 NIV )

I Lay Down My Life For The Sheep (John 10:15-17 KJV)

I Am the Light of the World (John 8:12)

Rivers of Living Waters (John 7:38)

Live by the Spirit (Galatians 3:26-28 & 5:16)


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Psalm 56 Devotions And Video From Sons Of Korah

Psalm 56 is without a doubt one of my favorite scripture songs of all time.  So enjoy. – Dave Davidson (founder of ScriptureSong.com and PoetTree.com)

Psalm 56 devotion from the SonsofKorah.com website…

Psalm 56 is dominated by the theme of the enemy. The writer is David. He has been anointed by Samuel and has proven his anointing in his defeat of Goliath and in many other military campaigns. But the continual success of David begins to make king Saul jealous. And so he conspires to kill David and thus begins David’s period as a fugitive (the context also of Psalm 63: 1 Samuel 20ff). It is not difficult to imagine how David must have felt at this time. It was the anointing of God that had made him successful and it is now because of this anointing that David is persecuted. Saul’s intent is to reverse the process of David’s ascension to fame, ultimately by killing him (vs. 6), but it seems from this psalm that Saul was doing a good job at slandering David and dirtying his reputation with all kinds of lies (vs.5). Saul could not have otherwise raised his army in pursuit of David. David was popular and the mind boggles to imagine the work of Saul to blacken David’s name. For David the injustice is nearly unbearable. He faces death everyday from his own people. It is interesting to note the parallel here with David’s greater son Jesus who for like reason was also slandered, falsely accused, and was the subject of a murder conspiracy. And all this by his own people.

So now that David is an enemy of his own people he really is on his own. Imagine this. Where does he go? We should remember that just before this period he had been carrying out military campaigns against his neighbours so he is not going to be popular there. The fact that he ends up by running to the Philistine town of Gath indicates that he is pretty desperate (1 Sam. 21:10ff). In Gath David is taken before the king and it seems that the officials were hinting to the king that this man is dangerous and probably should be imprisoned or killed. So David acts like a madman to prevent the king from regarding him as a threat, and it works. The degradation that God allows David to be plunged into here is heartbreaking. He is hated by all and so he has to act mad and degrade himself before his enemies just to stay alive.

It was bad enough that he had to be there in the first place but to be ridiculed now by the philistines ‘ I think that this would have been one of the hardest times in David’s life. There is no surprise then in the fiery indignation that is expressed in the words ‘bring down the nations’ (vs. 7). How could God watch his anointed being slandered and hunted down by his own people and ridiculed by his traditional enemies? David calls on God to be angry at this situation. He calls on God to not allow them to get away with what they have done. Destroy them all! This seems harsh but let it be noted here that David is not out of line in what he is praying. David has covenant sanction to pray these things. The covenant rule was that whoever curses those whom God has blessed will be cursed. David knew his anointing and he knew that he had a right to call on God to destroy these nations in his anger. But note also that the brunt of the imprecation is not directed at a named individual but on the nations, on evil regimes.

The philistines represented an anti-covenant and anti-God regime and they were to be seen as much a threat as the serpent was in the garden of Eden. This is why God had demanded the destruction of the Canaanite nations in the first place. God knew that they would lead his people into idolatry. No doubt David, as he lived amongst the philistines witnessed the full extent of their idolatry and this would have given him further cause for anger. If we are to take into consideration the words of Paul in Ephesians 6:12 then we should see these nations as willing servants of the same one who deceived Adam and Eve in Eden. The imprecatory psalms are, in a sense, ultimately directed to ‘the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms’ (see the article provided here on ‘the enemy psalms’).

This is also the case when we take the imprecation of this psalm as including the regime of Saul. We should remember that Saul’s jealousy had made his heart home to an evil spirit and indeed the text indicates that it was the evil spirit that was driving Saul to kill David (1 Sam. 19:9). Hence what Saul’s pursuing army represents here is the will of Satan to kill the Lord’s anointed. David refused to hate Saul himself. He had a couple of opportunities to kill Saul but refused to do so (1 Sam. 24, 26). And when Saul did die in battle David mourned his death (2 Sam. 1:17ff). So we must take the imprecation here as a more general imprecation. It is that God would bring down the regime that represents the will of Satan against the Lord’s anointed (see Psalm 2).

The Rizers 1 John 4:7 Let Us Love One Another

The Rizers- 1 John 4:7 (Let Us Love One Another)

Verse Rehearse verse for April 7th (4:7)

66th Of The Year A Great Day To Review The 66 Books Of The Bible

Books of the Bible

Genesis
Exodus
Leviticus
Numbers
Deuteronomy
Joshua
Judges
Ruth
1 Samuel
2 Samuel
1 Kings
2 Kings
1 Chronicles
2 Chronicles
Ezra
Nehemiah
Esther
Job
Psalms
Proverbs
Ecclesiastes
Song of Solomon
Isaiah
Jeremiah
Lamentations
Ezekiel
Daniel
Hosea
Joel
Amos
Obadiah
Jonah
Micah
Nahum
Habakkuk
Zephaniah
Haggai
Zechariah
Malachi

Matthew
Mark
Luke
John
Acts (of the Apostles)
Romans
1 Corinthians
2 Corinthians
Galatians
Ephesians
Philippians
Colossians
1 Thessalonians
2 Thessalonians
1 Timothy
2 Timothy
Titus
Philemon
Hebrews
James
1 Peter
2 Peter
1 John
2 John
3 John
Jude
Revelation

Seeds Family Worship 1 Peter 1:24-25

Seeds Family Worship: 1 Peter 1:24-25

Free Scripture Song Preaching the Meaning of Philippians 4:13

“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me, like seriously, like I’m not kidding…”

“Your situation is impossible and without God that’s logical,
single mom with three kids and the youngest son is in the hospital.
Tell me whatcha gonna do now? That doctor is charging you 2 thou’.”

“I ain’t doing no laundry, but I’m about to shout…”

“He carried me through the wind like a parachute…”

Here is a refreshing find in the scripture song realm. For lack of a better term its basically rap preaching, beating up on a bible verse all the while dope rhymes reinforce the focus of the message, thus teaching you the meaning of the verse. In this case it’s Philippians 4:13. Its the title track of a rap album definitely worth downloading entirely for free at the soundcloud links.