In My Bones

January 13, 2015  - By Well-Watered Women

Have you ever been chilled to the bones? Like deep down where you can’t stop shaking? Now take that thought of begin chilled and imagine the gospel penetrating deep down to your bones where you can’t stop telling others about it. Imagine it not leaving and getting deeper and deeper where you can’t shake it, you can’t get enough of it, and all you want to do is worship. That is the life I want to live. One where the gospel is in my bones and marks everything I do.
Our church recently did a live recording of a worship album titled “In My Bones.”¬†Below is the description written on the album:

“Worship is not contained solely within the realm of musical expression. Worship is a reaction to the revelation of God. Most times the singing comes after the repentance, tears, and restoration that revelation brings. However, singing praises has always been a way that the church, united in heart and mind, has declared their loyalty, devotion, and praise to God. He has loved us beyond our frailty and invited us into His glory. May these songs set our hearts on the redemption that only comes through Jesus.”

That is the purpose of this album! I pray you are blessed as you listen to the songs! You can purchase them here and watch the videos here.

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May the gospel get into your bones so you never shake it and respond in worship!

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