Songs for the Lord: A Book of Twenty-four Original Songs in a Mix of Traditional and Contemporary Styles for Church Worship Services, Inspirational Music Programs, and Christian Devotions

Songs for the Lord: A Book of Twenty-four Original Songs in a Mix of Traditional and Contemporary Styles for Church Worship Services, Inspirational Music Programs, and Christian Devotions

Songs for the Lord is a book of twenty-four original hymns and songs suitable for use in church worship services, inspirational music programs, and private devotions. Some are specifically Christian in content. All of them express faith in the Lord God.

Songs for the Lord offers a range of traditional and contemporary styles:
  – Hand-clapping gospel
  – Intimate prayer songs
  – Congregational hymns
  – Musical sermons
  – Humorous material for a troubadour-style performer

Each song features a sheet music image, a separate text section from which lyrics can be copied and pasted for church bulletins, projection screens, etc., and a selection of relevant Bible verses. The sheet music does not include SATB parts, harmonization, or accompaniment.

Purchasers of this publication can obtain the sheet music in printable PDF format and MP3 audio files of the song melodies at no extra cost.

**UPDATE** The latest version of Songs for the Lord contains exclusive links that enable buyers to directly download to your computer:
  – Sheet music in printer-friendly PDF format
  – Song directory in printer-friendly PDF format
  – MP3 audio files of all 24 song melodies
  – Lyrics in Word format for easy copy and paste.

If you downloaded your copy before October 25, 2012, go to Manage Your Kindle, locate Songs for the Lord in your Kindle library, and click on the Update link to send the latest version to your device.



We have great examples of the Early Church as the Vaudois and Waldenses, and other pre-Reformation believers illustrate. In this presentation, former Roman Catholic priest (for 22 years) Richard Bennett and Pastor WJ Mencarow clearly document the historical facts concerning the early Christian Church. This presentation includes graphics, maps, paintings & other visual aids.Larry Wessels, director of Christian Answers of Austin, Texas/ Christian Debater (YouTube channel CANSWERSTV; websites: BIBLEQUERY.ORG, HISTORYCART.COM, & MUSLIMHOPE.COM) actually attends the same church in Austin, Texas with Richard Bennett (website: BEREANBEACON.ORG) so the opportunity to present Richard’s research is truly by God’s providence. Roman Catholicism and Christianity are not the same thing. Christianity is properly defined by certain doctrines that are revealed in the Bible. It is not defined by simply saying that as long as you believe in Jesus, you’re a Christian. Mormons believe in Jesus, but their Jesus is a brother of the devil in the pre-existence. The Jesus of the Jehovah’s Witnesses is Michael the Archangel. So, just saying you believe in Jesus doesn’t make you a Christian. This is why the Bible tells us who Jesus really is, God in flesh, creator of the universe. Likewise, there are essential doctrines, and if any of those essential doctrines are violated, then a church would only appear to be Christian but not really be Christian. What are those doctrines? The Bible tells us
Video Rating: 5 / 5

1923 Radio Church Covenant Nome Alaska David Cottrell – Original Rotogravure

1923 Radio Church Covenant Nome Alaska David Cottrell – Original Rotogravure

  • Product Type: Original Rotogravure; Sepia
  • Grade: Very Fine
  • Dimensions: Approximately 10 x 15 inches; 25 x 38 cm
  • Authentication: Dual Serial-Numbered Certificates of Authenticity w/ Full Provenance
  • Packaged in custom sleeve w/ archival black board (great for display, gift-giving, and preservation)

This is an original 1923 rotogravure with various images of the uses of radio: the Sexton of the Church of the Covenant, Washington D. C. transmitting sermons; a radio set demonstrated by Professor Louis A. Hazeltine, Representative Vincent M. Brennan of Michigan listening to radio broadcasts of debates in the House of Representatives; and officials of the Bowie, Maryland race track broadcasting for the first time the race results by radio. (Please note that there is printing on the reverse.)

About Rotogravure: Rotogravure is a printing method using a rotary press with intaglio cylinders which allows for very high quality halftone reproductions to be printed at high speed on inexpensive paper stock. Newspapers, beginning with The New York Times, were able to make effective use of this technology, and many published regular rotogravure pictorial sections in their publications during the early 20th century.

List Price: $ 34.95

Price: $ 34.95

New Book: African Prophetesses May be Original Author of Bible Prophecies

Augusta, GA (PRWEB) July 12, 2007

Author, Vivian Hunter-Hindrew claims in her well researched, ground breaking new book, ” The Sibyls: The First Prophetess’ of Mami (Wata)”, that for 6,000 years, Africa was ruled by a powerful order of matriarchs known throughout the ancient world as “Sibyls.” Hindrew contends that the Sibyls produced the world’s first prophetic oracles, prophetess’ and prophets.

Believed to be the actual priestesses of Isis,’ Hunter-Hindrew asserts that the Sibyls were known as “Pythoness,” because their oracle source was a mighty ancestral python that “spoke” prophecy to them during trance possession. “It was the Sibyls who built and worked the powerful oracles in the African Egyptian colonies of ancient Greece, Rome, Turkey, Israel, Syria and Babylon.”

The most famous of these temples was the (later renamed) “Temple of Amon” in ancient Libya, and the “Temple of Delphi” (meaning “dolphin”) at Dodona and Delos, in the Grecian islands. However, their holy temples were more numerous than the Christians churches of today. According to Hunter-Hindrew, “many of the first Christian churches were created by either assimilating, or were built atop the temple ruins of the Sibyls.” She further contend that in ancient Rome, the Sibyls were the first to establish the “holy seat” of the Vatican. They were celebrated and respected as advisors to the world’s heads of state. “The Romans even credit a famous Sybil named “Cimeria” with prophesying the birth of Julius Caesar and his nephew Augustus.”

The famous Roman augur/diviner Navius, speaks about Cimeria in his book on the Punic Wars. Known as great healers. Hunter-Hindrew claims that “centuries before Christ, the Sibyls cured epileptics, the blind, lepers and ‘casted out demons,’and even called-up the dead.” It was a Sibyl, who called-up the spirit of the Apostle Samuel to speak to him from the dead.

Hunter-Hindrew claims that during the inquisitions, the Sibyls were eventually persecuted by the now established Roman Church, and condemned as “witches.” However, their “pagan” prophecies were later collected by the Roman Emperor, Tarquin and compiled into numerous books. The Sibyls preserved their history in poetic and prophetic prose that would later be used as the basis for Greek and Roman tragedies. Hunter-Hindrew believes that it was these books that were eventually seized by the emerging Roman papal to create a western theological foundation in order to compete with the Kemetically learned levitical Jews. Hunter-Hindrew concludes that the Sibyl prophecies would later lay the ecclesiastical foundation for the collection of apocryphal books modified as the “Christian” Bible. She believes also that “the New Testament is actually a historical chronicle of the final destruction of these ancient Sibyl temples, and the forced imposition of a “new theology” revised by church officials from the more ancient books of the Sibyls and others.”

About author:

Vivian Hunter-Hindrew, M.Ed., (aka: Mama Zogbé) is a world traveled priestess of the Mami Wata traditions that originate in West Africa. She is the first initiated priestess of this tradition in America. She is the author of a comprehensive body of work entitled “Mami Wata: Africa’s Ancient God/dess Unveiled Vol I & II, and “Vodoun: The History of A Suppressed Tradition in America.” She works and maintains full-time her ancestral shrines dedicated to this African deity.

About MWHS:

Founded in 1999 The Mami Wata Healers Society is a 5012(3), non-profit religious organization committed to educating the public about the ancestral religions of West Africa.


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