There’s always lots of good worship music on NoiseTrade, and more is being added all the time. Here’s our weekly roundup of the newest worship music available on NoiseTrade.
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I suppose joy and sorrow are the two great inspirations for song in our world. It has long been this way. In the Christian vision of the world these two themes are inextricably linked. We worship the Lamb who was slain, and who will forever carry the scars of His love. We believe it is important for the Church to sing songs that give voice to both of these themes; thus we present our eighth project. Suffering is real and grievous, and it is an obscenity of sorts to deny it in our preaching or our songs. But Christians believe that while suffering is real, it is not ultimate. We believe there is a “joy beyond the sorrow” and we sing to mold our hearts around this reality. We believe our songs should honestly cry out with the voice of lamentation even while knowing that “our shepherd good and true is He, Who will at last His Israel free, from all their sin and sorrow.” We long for the church to grow in both her freedom to cry and her freedom to hope and we pray this collection of songs may serve that end.
A soft take on Psalm 135 that is sure to lift your spirit and point you towards the one source of true delight.
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“Tried and True” is a 6 song EP produced by Rockside Sound Productions. The record is about the challenges and hard times for Christians. Though we may we tried, torn and troubled, our hope in the Lord causes us to stand firm and remain true.
King of Glory embodies a number of worship experiences I have been privileged to be apart of over the past four years. The three tracks on the EP are all very personal to me, and reflect what I have found to be meaningful phrases, ideas, and concepts. While it is my first studio project, King of Glory is everything I would want in my own work: passion, depth, authenticity, and stinkin’ good sounds.
This project consists of 10 songs that were written after studying the book of Daniel in a class at Northwestern College. I (Josh) would encourage you to do a couple things as you listen to the songs. First, go through the reason why I wrote the song and read the lyrics before listening to the song. Second, have your Bible open and read the chapter to see what really went on, since a song can only capture only so much. I believe it will help you understand the heart of the song and be able to engage in the song a little more than just listening to it. These songs are written from the perspective of Daniel. Even though Daniel isn’t in every chapter, I am sure he heard about the events that happened. I hope these songs help you see Daniel in a new way and also see God as sovereign and in control, so we can worship Him, because His kingdom never ends.