Go up to The Mountain of Mercy

I am in the midst of preparing a sermon on extraordinary prayer, and this sermon is working on me. I ended my prep time today with this song, that I find making me go up to the Mountain of Mercy. Enjoy ! [two versions of videos below, the second is easier to sing along with, original lyrics are in between. One may be able to find other versions online, but these are the two I found at this time]...
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Sola Gratia Songs

There are some excellent Sola Gratia (Grace Alone) songs.  I found a few while reading Terry L. Johnson’s book on A Case for Traditional Protestantism in Chapter five  Amazing Grace by John Newton is of course one of them, but others less known (by Isaac Watts) include stanzas like this:  While all our hearts and all our songs Join to admire the feast Each of us cry with thankful tongues...
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He Who Is Mighty (Song)

Preview recording of “He Who Is Mighty” by Rebecca Elliott and Kate DeGraide. Vocals: Kate DeGraide Piano & Vocals: Rebecca Elliott LYRICS: Verse 1 Oh, the mercy our God has shown To those who sit in death’s shadow The sun on high pierced the night Born was the Cornerstone Unto us a Son is given, unto us a Child is born Chorus He Who is mighty has done a great thing Taken...
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We Are Not As Strong (song)

Another song came to mind when studying for a sermon on Mark 10:34-45 in conjunction with a reading of Dr. Greg Harris’ chapter on the Cup, in his book the Cup and the Glory.  Planned to preach on Mark 10:34-45 on...
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I Asked The Lord (song)

This song came to mind when studying for a sermon on Mark 10:34-45 in conjunction with a reading of Dr. Greg Harris’ chapter on the Cup, in his book the Cup and the Glory.  Planned to preach on Mark 10:34-45 on 9/21/14
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Love Found & Founded (free pdf ebook!)

  The collected readings in “A Love Found and Founded”, from the pen of two 19th century writers, are of inestimable value to the believer experiencing times of trial or who’s suffering down in the depths. J.C. Ryle and Susannah Spurgeon are brought into one volume to come alongside, as a tender brother and sister might, and address the reader as a family member enduring the trials common...
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