Category: Song

Sermon Insights

My Name Is….

It was a blessing to have Marvin Williams back with us on Sunday, delivering a powerful message about Jesus enduring the shame of the cross

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Questions

Exercise in Gratitude

On Sunday, we discovered the way to avoid selling our inheritance for a bowl of soup is to “be thankful” (Hebrews 12:28). I gave you

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Lent 2014

Lent 2014

As we begin Lent, Calvary’s devotional book encourages us to start by reading our benediction for the Refuge series, I Peter 5:10-11, every day this week.

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Song

Psalm 139

“Psalm 139” performed by Sarah Reeves off her album Broken Things. The song is a reading of Psalm 139 with the chorus, “Even when I’m

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Song

Psalm 136

The following song, Loof de Heer or “Praise the Lord,” is from The Psalm Project — a group from the Netherlands dedicated to modernizing the

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Song

Psalm 130

The following song, “From the Depths of Woe” by Indelible Grace, uses the words of Martin Luther’s “Aus Tiefer Not Schrei ich zu Dir” (From

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Song

Psalm 126

Earlier this summer, we heard Buddy Greene perform his unique Southern-style gospel music at Maranatha.  While I enjoyed the variety of music he played, I

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Song

Psalm 119

With 176 verses, Psalm 119 is both the longest Psalm and the longest chapter in the Bible.  The Psalm is also an alphabetic acrostic poem.

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Song

Psalm 117

Psalm 117 is the shortest psalm in the bible — just two verses.  But the Psalmist reminds us in just two verses to praise God

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Song

Psalm 108

Michael W. Smith’s song, “Forever Faithful” begins with beautiful sound of children’s voices reciting the first five verses of Psalm 108.

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Song

Psalm 91

The Sons of Korah (see blog entry “Sons of Korah” published on Oct. 23, 2012 for more information on the group) perform Psalm 91.

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Song

Psalm 88

Following is a choral performance by the Psalm Choir of the Protestant Reformed Church in America.  They are singing Psalm 88, Psalter 240 titled “An

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