Our Music

We are learning everyday to sing and play. These songs below are from our recent Winter in Fairbanks.  Our intention here is to Praise God. You can open your Bible and sing along with us.

Thank you so much for coming by to see us.

(ps.  we are recording right now a whole new set of songs The LORD is teaching us.  Pray for us that we do the best we can…perhaps better.)

 

Psalm 137

This song is special to me in ways that are difficult to explain.  We composed the music and we all learned this song together at the same time which is unusual for us.  We learned this song through some serious lessons while reading the Book of Isaiah.

All I can say is…please do not underestimate the power of God’s Word sung in your heart.

“BY the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea, we wept, when we remembered Zion.” Psalm 137

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Psalm 108

We recorded this in Fairbanks.  Amber knows all the detail, my memory is faulty.  But it is late and everyone is asleep.  Every Friday night I put up our latest “session” posted here.  I always listen to each of the songs before I go to bed to see how I can do a better job next week.  “Let God be magnified”  Thank you for stopping by.  Doug @ The105  (Turn this one up before you go.)

“O GOD, my heart is fixed:  I will sing and give praise, even with my glory.” Psalm 108

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Psalm 3

We were supposed to finish Psalm 118 today but it is a big Psalm and needs some extra attention.  LORD willing, we will be completed next week.  This recording of Psalm 3 is from last summer as we were making our way across the northern US heading for Fairbanks, AK.  Of course, we didn’t know it at the time and sometimes that is how The LORD will have it.  (You have to look closely…I think this is in The Yukon…vast country)  Anyway, I love this recording because it is Amber and I.  She is still one of the best things God has done for me here on earth. (and HE has done some amazing things for me)

LORD, how are they increased that trouble me! many are they that rise up against me.  Psalm 3

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Psalm 41

Amber and the children.  We are still working on recording every Friday night.  Sometimes it records nice and sometimes not so much.  Just know, we are always excited about recording on Friday night.  A great opportunity to Praise God with my family that God has given me.

“BLESSED is he that considereth the poor: the LORD will deliver him in time of trouble.”  Psalm 41

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Psalm 40

Amber and the children.  Psalm 40 has been with me for a long time.  We could never get it recorded correctly and quite frankly, this LIVE recording still does not sound like it does in my head.  Sometimes, we just do the best we can and hope that what God sees on the inside is more pleasing to Him than what he hears on the outside.  I balked at posting this but Amber is always so encouraging about our Friday night “sessions”.  Last thought is the entire song is supposed to build and crescendo at “The LORD be magnified…”  at 40:16.  Well, perhaps it does for you.  I know in my head the Heavenly Host is singing like no other.

(and as a daddy, my heart leaps when I hear my family sing the last three words of this Psalm.

“I WAITED patiently for the LORD; and he inclined unto me, and heard my cry.” Psalm 40

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2 thoughts on “Our Music

    1. Hi Nick. God bless you. Thank you for shouting out. Hey, I think tomorrow we are going to be at the park next door to do some fishing. Be sure and stop by and say hi if you can. The weather looks to be nice.

      You know, We are in the books of Timothy right now and it is interesting how hardships are a part of our relationship with The LORD. Paul tells Timothy to “endure”. 2 Timothy Chaper 2.

      In the meantime, let me know if you need anything or if we can help in some way. We are just a family of folks struggling like everyone else, but Our Heavenly Father…well, he made Heaven and Earth. Let me know who you are when you see me so we can talk a bit and see what’s up. See you Nick. Doug

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