Music Monday: “Establish the Work of Our Hands” by Aaron Keyes and Urban Doxology

Disclaimer: I am not a musical expert. The opinions I give are just my thoughts as a listener. The passages and theological observations made are what run through my mind when I listen. I have not spoken to the author regarding his or her theological convictions. Introduction: This song by Aaron Keyes and Urban Doxology … More Music Monday: “Establish the Work of Our Hands” by Aaron Keyes and Urban Doxology

Music Monday: “Christ is Mine Forevermore” by City Alight

Disclaimer: I am not a musical expert. The opinions I give are just my thoughts as a listener. The passages and theological observations made are what run through my mind when I listen. I have not spoken to the author regarding his or her theological convictions. Introduction: I was introduced to this song through a fellow … More Music Monday: “Christ is Mine Forevermore” by City Alight

Music Monday: “O Lord, My Rock and My Redeemer”

Disclaimers: I am not a musical expert. The opinions I give are just my thoughts as a listener. The passages and theological observations made are what run through my mind when I listen. I have no spoken to the author and heard anything regarding the foundations of these passages. Introduction: Recently, Sovereign Grace released a new … More Music Monday: “O Lord, My Rock and My Redeemer”

Music Monday, “He Will Hold Me Fast” (Norton Hall Band)

Today’s Music Monday comes again from Norton Hall Band‘s second hymns album. This hymn is entitled, “He Will Hold Me Fast.” Disclaimers: (1) The Scripture passages used may not have been as inspiration for the writing of the song. These are just passages that the song has caused me to think about or are theologically related … More Music Monday, “He Will Hold Me Fast” (Norton Hall Band)

Music Monday: “Hymns for the Weary” by Thousand Tongues

Today, I’d like to review an entire album! Thousand Tongues produced the album, “Hymns for the Weary.” Thousand Tongues is a ministry that, “to cultivate worship for the glory of God through the joy of the church in Jesus Christ.” Their principles are conveniently summarized in the acronym T.H.O.U.S.A.N.D (T-True; H-Historical; O-Overflowing in missions and mercy; U-Understandable; S-Stirring; A-All of Life; N-Nourishing … More Music Monday: “Hymns for the Weary” by Thousand Tongues