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Don’t Take God’s Mercy for Granted

When I deserved justice, He gave me mercyWhen bonds held me fast, He set me freeNow my one goal in life’s to liveFor the day that I can giveGive Him

Have You Been Changed?

“If he can make a change in me, He can make a change in you.” These words from the Cathedrals’ song “He Made a Change” got me thinking this morning.

Seek Your Servant

My mind has been going in a lot of directions the last few days as I’ve been processing the National Quartet Convention which I watched online last week. I had

NQC 2019 – Saturday

While I was not able to attend the closing concert, I did attend the two showcases earlier in the day and they were both fabulous! Gerald Wolfe brought his popular

Do You Believe in God?

When asked the title question, I expect everyone reading this would answer, “Yes, I do!” But does your life reflect what you profess to believe? It’s easy for the majority

Where Is Your Trust?

“And Asa in the thirty and ninth year of his reign was diseased in his feet, until his disease was exceeding great: yet in his disease he sought not to

Don’t Stop the Lyrics

My dad and I attended a small music festival last evening. The opening act was the worship team for a local church. The lead singer had a good testimony, and

Do You Know Jesus?

When asked the title question, I’m guessing everyone reading this would say, “Sure I do.” You may go on to explain how you attend church regularly, sing in the choir,

Our God Is …

If I asked you to describe God in one word, what would you say? I expect some would immediately shout out, “awesome,” “wonderful,” “amazing.” And He is all of these

Dixie Echoes: Keeping It Real

A rare instance of a complete press release published on MusicScribe.

Keep On Keeping On

This is later than I would typically write my Sunday devotional but where I am in Arizona, it is only a little after 6:00 PM. It is also 106 degrees.

New Music Reviews – June 2019

Jeff Stice – Bridge Pros: Jeff Stice moves effortlessly through styles ranging from cinematic (“Praise The Lord”/”Down From His Glory”) to pop (“That’s What Friends Are For”) to meditative (“It