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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Songs for Jesus, to soak your soul in the presence of God.Sample 3 tracks from the upcoming release ‘Poured Out’ from Adam Slade.
The songs on Ignite tell the story of a people’s church. All kinds of people are involved: young and old, rich and poor. You’ll get the flavour from the Jesus Army’s intro in YouTube. Like many churches that want to follow God and hear His voice, we’ve been on a journey over the past few years. This collection of songs and videos give a glimpse of some of the signposts and milestones that have lined that road.
“Empty Me” is an original hymn written during a time of deep personal struggle, soul-searching, and ultimately surrender to God. The words and music came simultaneously in one sitting on a late summer afternoon in 2014 after I had just spent several hours wandering through a local cemetery praying, thinking, and wrestling with God about the trajectory of my life. I’m sure that the lyrics were also influenced by a recent reading of A.W. Tozer’s classic book “The Knowledge of the Holy.” The musical style reflects a desire I had at the time to create something with a folksy, melancholy yet soulful vibe. I pray that you are both blessed, encouraged, and challenged as you listen and reflect on the preciousness of your life and that day when you will stand face-to-face before our Good and Holy Creator.
As the title states, these are basically songs “I needed to hear.” As God taught me lessons and spoke into my life during 2015, I would write these songs as a way to capture what I was learning. These songs are about the truths I’m trying to grasp and live out. I hope listeners will take these songs and consider what God wants to say
The Commission was written as a song of encouragement for the Church. The foundation of the lyrics comes from of Acts 1:8 which says, “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.” The bridge of the song is a rally cry proclaiming “We will not be shaken!” which comes from Romans 1:8. My prayer is that God would use this song throughout churches as a fresh wave of the Spirit which calls us to go out be the Church without walls.