Psalm 103:2, Vinyl Wall Art, Praise the Lord, O My Soul, and Forget Not All His Benefits

Psalm 103:2, Vinyl Wall Art, Praise the Lord, O My Soul, and Forget Not All His Benefits

  • Psalm 103:2
  • 12″x22″
  • Easy to Apply
  • black
  • Will ship in a tube

This listing is for a Psalm 103:2 vinyl wall art. The size will be 12″x22″. Our wall arts come in black vinyl only. These decals are vinyl cut and whatever surface you apply the decal to will be the background color.

These vinyl wall arts are perfectly easy to apply: First, peel off the hard plastic like paper side at a 45 degree angle. Then, set and rub the wall art to the wall. Once rubbed hard and well, peel off the almost see through masking tape side at a 45 degree angle. Instructions will be included with the wall art.

List Price: $ 5.50

Price: $ 5.50

Satisfy My Soul/ Saciame Senor (Live) – Victory Outreach Amsterdam

Jo-anne Blindeling singing Satisfy my soul/ Saciame Senor by Joann Rosario and Donnie McClurkin Victory Outreach Amsterdam is a church called to spread the love and hope of Jesus Christ to everyone; it’s A place you call home, a people you call family. We would like to invite you to one of our services on Friday or Sunday and experience the love of God. We believe that God is able to do anything in the lives of yourself and your loved ones. For more information visit our website:

Psalm 104 – Praise the Lord, o My Soul – Lincoln – Anglican Cathedral

Denomination: Church of England (Anglican Episcopal Church) Province: Canterbury Diocese: Lincoln Diocese created in 1072 Bishop: The Rt Revd Dr John Saxbee Dean: The Very Revd Canon Philip Buckler Precentor: The Revd Canon Gavin Kirk Lincoln Cathedral of Lincoln, is a historic Anglican cathedral in Lincoln in England and seat of the Diocese of Lincoln in the Church of England. It was reputedly the tallest building in the world for nearly a quarter of a millennium (13001549), though this height has been questioned. It is highly regarded by architectural scholars; the eminent Victorian writer John Ruskin declared, “I have always held… that the cathedral of Lincoln is out and out the most precious piece of architecture in the British Isles and roughly speaking worth any two other cathedrals we have.”

Soul Survivor Promotional Advertisement

My Youth Leader came to me and asked me to make a promotional video advertising Soul Survivor to the young people in our church because she thought the one that soul survivor sends wasn’t that great 😛 Soul Survivor is a Christian Festival aimed at young people that takes place for three weeks in the English Westcountry. This one was shot at the Bath and West Showground. My soul survivor film =] all content produced and made by Benjamin Gabb. Audio (aka soundtrack) is “Run” written and performed by Hillsong taken from the album “This is our God”. Hopefully they won’t mind me borrowing it. Featuring a bunch of the youth from The Mustard Tree Community Church in Longwell Green, Bristol. A few from Suburbs Church in Cadbury Heath, Bristol. And a bunch from St Annes Church in Oldland, Bristol. Footage of some of the leaders (Mike Pilivachi, Andy Croft) of soul survivor taken, hopefully they won’t mind.

How to sing church music with a little more edge or soul?

Question by Chelsea: How to sing church music with a little more edge or soul?
I have a solo and it isn’t soulful at all it is a lullaby and I’m tired of everyone singing the same I want my solo to be a little different but I don’t know how because… it’s a lullaby. I just want my song to sound a little different. Any suggestions?

Best answer:

Answer by Still Learning
Does it have two or more verses?
In this case, you may want to sing the first one, then let the piano play the intro part again, and then sing your second verse.

Think of the words. There have to be measures that you can sing a bit louder than the rest, or faster, or slower to really interpret the lullaby.

Perhaps on one verse, you could let the piano take over the melody as you either sing a descant (that any good musician can create) or by singing the alto part.

What if you added a flute in part of it? you can sing the alto as the flute does the melody. Or the flute can do a descant as you sing the melody.

Happy singing.

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The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter and hall of fame inductee, whose huge voice and emotive tenor influenced a generation of rock, R&B and pop singers, died of natural causes at an Amsterdam airport. Solomon Burke, a pioneering singer-songwriter of so-called sweet soul music whose powerful ballads in the 1960s were a major influence on a generation of rock, R&B and pop vocalists, has died. He …
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Akron church holds hate crimes vigil
First Grace Chuch in Akron held its 14th annual hate crimes vigil Monday evening. This year’s theme is “Healing the Legacy of Hate.”
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