MaybeAlIIsNotLost

NoiseTrade Roundup 03.30.2016

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.

What great worship music have you found on NoiseTrade lately?

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Rick Lee James – Hymns, Prayers, and Invitations (Album Sampler)

Hymns, Prayers,and Invitations is the latest album from Worship Pastor, Songwriter, Author and Voices In My Head Podcast Host Rick Lee James. Produced by Dove Award winner Craig Adams, the songs on this album are intended to draw the listener near to the heart of God moving with an intentional flow from one song to the next. Rick’s writing has drawn comparisons to such artists as Keith and Kristyn Getty, and Paul Baloche, and his live guitar stylings are reminiscent of guitarists like Phil Keaggy. Rick’s live shows are an engaging mix of concert and worship service, inviting crowds to participate as active listeners and worshipers.

The Orchardist – All Of Me & Bleeding Heart

Together, these two songs tell the tale of communion.

“All of Me” sounds like a hundred year-old folk tune. If it were a man, that man would most certainly be sitting on his front porch with a banjo in his lap.

“Bleeding Heart” tells the same story, but from a concert hall, wearing a suit and tie.

Phil Wickham – Children Of God Sampler

It’s hard to put into words how excited I am to share this with you. We began working on my new record “Children Of God” about a year ago, and I am thrilled for you to finally get to hear it. A year and a half ago I lost my voice and was forced to have surgery on my vocal chords with the risk of not being able to sing professionally again. During the difficulty of that season, God spoke the simple yet massive truth into my heart that He loves me. That He loves us. That we are first and foremost His children. That whatever may come our way we are His children. That whatever we may be faced with we are His. Out of this new found sense of identity many of these songs were written. They are a response to His love, and a call to others who have lost sight of or have never heard this truth. We are His. We have nothing to fear. We have only hope in front of us. We are the CHILDREN OF GOD.

Paul Demer – Maybe All Is Not Lost

Maybe All is Not Lost, my second full-length record, was written for and with Galileo Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Mansfield, TX. I hope you’ll make this project your own: lean into the beauty that is our God-Who-Is-Beautiful, sigh in the lows, rejoice in the highs, and find your heart drawn close to the heart of God. Let’s sing together sometime.

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