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    My Cry Ascends: New Parish Psalms

    Saw this on Justin Taylor's blog, ordered it immediately!

    My Cry Ascends: New Parish Psalms: Gregory Wilbur - Music - Worldview & Culture, Music | Ligonier Ministries Store

    There's a free mp3 link to the first selection, Now Unto Jehovah (Psalm 29)

    Contributors include Michael Card, Steve Green, Wes King, and Bruce Carroll.
    Reformed Baptist Church
    Louisville, KY

    "I am not worthy of the least of all the mercies and of all the truth which You have shown Your servant" (Gen. 32:10)

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    Re: My Cry Ascends: New Parish Psalms

    I highly recommend this project . It is excellent.
    'There's nae jouking in the cause of Christ' - James Guthrie

    We shall not adjust our Bible to the age; but before we have done with it, by God's grace, we shall adjust the age to the Bible. - Charles Haddon Spurgeon

    Lawrence Underwood, Jr.
    Pastor - Providence Family Fellowship / Mobile, Alabama
    My Blog - Imprimis

    Deo Vindice

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    I highly recommend this also....we are wearing out this as we speak....

    Nathan Clark George and Katie Snow are the highlights, the arrangements are great and the whole family will be singing along.
    Last edited by Ne Oublie; 07-02-2010 at 06:31 AM.
    ..the goodness of God leadeth thee to repentance...


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