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Surge Up Brings 4 Scripture Song Artists Together One Sunday

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– Jason Nightingale of Oregon Wordsower.org recites Revelation from memory

– Paul Stringini of Illinois OraclesofGod.org performs songs from Revelation, Isaiah & Joel

– Greg Stultz of Maryland GregStultz.com performs songs from Ephesians & Romans

– Dan Davidson of Virginia PoetTree.com performs acoustic scripture songs

Dave Davidson will explain a brief orientation to Scripture Song artists and inspire in practical ways to get into God’s word.

Before the Summer ends and NFL season starts, skip your next Netflix binge and instead spend an afternoon diving into the word of God like you never have before. Sunday August 16th 2015.

Like a NetFlx binge on God’s word…
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Ezekiel Chapter 28:12-19 – A Lament for the King of Tyre – by Paul Stringini

 

In this passage, the king of Tyre is spiritually tied to to Satan (or, perhaps it would be better to say, that in reading this our minds are drawn to compare him with Satan). It was one of my early songs, and it is still fun to play.

Ezekiel Chapter 31 – Pharaoh and His Multitude – by Paul Stringini

 

This is a very intense visual experience, you will probably either watch it several times or turn it off after about 10 seconds. This song is about the power of Satan which underpins Earthly powers and about their shared fate. I won’t say more than that, I use the images in the video to communicate my thoughts on the subject. The lyrics are, of course, Ezekiel Chapter 31 from the Bible, more for less verbatim. – Paul Stringini

This Song “Ezekiel Chapter 31 – Pharaoh and His Multitude” Is Dave Davidson’s Favorite Oracles of God Scripture Song.  Daves Super Faves

 

Psalm 22 – My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me? – by Paul Stringini

 

I wrote this song back in 1996. It was one of the first scriptures I wanted to make into a song. Psalm 22 has always been very significant to me, because of the prophetic connection to Christ and the events of the Crucifixion. This scripture supported me during times of doubt and built my faith when it was weak. I do not believe that God ever “forsook” Christ, as some say. I do believe, however, that Christ felt the very same feelings humans feel when we feel abandoned by God. He was touched with the feelings of our weaknesses. Christ felt as forsaken as we often do. But the words of the Psalm make it clear that God does not forsake us, and he did not forsake his son either. When he cried unto him, he heard. I take great comfort in the words of Christ on the cross. Christ understands our feelings.

 

The Vision of Isaiah Chapter 01 – by Paul Stringini

Part one of Paul Stringini’s musical epic encompassing the entire biblical book of Isaiah sung word for word and expressed visually…

Four Trumpets Scripture Song Video Revelation 8:7-13 by Paul Stringini

 

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First official video from the my new album, The Book of Revelation (Chapters 1-11), word for word from the holy scriptures. Hope you enjoy it.