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Spirit Of The Living God

on February 21, 2016

 

 

 

 

Matthew 13:16, 1 Corinthians 2:14 
I feel like every time I sing this song, the room changes, and I love leading people in worshipping to this song. We changed some things on the production side so this version is a bit different from the live rendition on the Vertical Church Band’s album, which I’m excited about.

 

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Matthew 13:16, 1 Corinthians 2:14

Spirit of the living God
Spirit of the living God
We only want to hear Your voice
We're hanging on ev'ry word
Spirit of the living God
Spirit of the living God
We want to know You more and more
We're hanging on ev'ry word

CHORUS:
'Cause when You speak and when You move
When You do what only You can do
It changes us
It changes what we see and what we seek
When You come in the room
When You do what only You can do
It changes us
It changes what we see and what we seek
You're changing ev'rything

Spirit of the living God
Spirit of the living God
We're leaning in to all You are
Ev'rything else can wait
Spirit of the living God
Spirit of the living God
Come now and breathe upon our hearts
Come now and have Your way

When You move, You move all our fears
When You move, You move us to tears
When You move, You move all our fears
When You move, You move us to tears

When You fall, we fall on our knees
When You fall, we fall at Your feet
And when You fall, we fall on our knees
And when You fall, we fall at Your feet, yeah

Spirit of the living God
Spirit of the living God
We only want to hear Your voice
We're hanging on ev'ry word

© 2016 All Essential Music, HBC Worship Music (ASCAP), Be Essential Songs, Upside Down Under (BMI) (Adm. by Essential Music Publishing LLC)

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D
Album: 
Deeper
Arrangers: 
Jacob Sooter
Mia Fieldes
BPM: 
67
CCLI: 
7035191
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I Look To The King

on January 22, 2016

 

 

 

Psalm 121, 1 Timothy 1:17

"Jacob and I went to see The Hobbit in the theater when it came out. There is a scene in the movie when the dwarves are doing battle and they’re alone and then a dwarf comes riding in and declares ‘To the king!’ and it was a really epic moment. Jacob immediately had a song idea around the phrase ‘To the king! I look to the king’ which has become a sort of war cry for us. Our eyes are on God, the king eternal. If we fix our eyes God, we are winning. We had the chorus for a long time and collaborated with Matt Maher to round out the song." (Meredith Andrews)

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On the battlefield where the fight is waged
My enemy is real and my courage fades
I lift my eyes, I lift my eyes, where does my help come from

(Chorus)
I look to the King
Eternal, Immortal, Invincible God
I stand on the Rock of Ages,
My Savior, He conquered it all
I look to the King, I look to the King

On the battlefield of all that lies ahead
Here Your blood will speak
A greater word than death
I lift my eyes, I lift my eyes, where does my help come from

Victorious, You are victorious
Reigning over us, forevermore
Victorious, You are victorious
Reigning over us, forevermore

© 2016 Word Music, LLC, Mesmerized Music (ASCAP) / Be Essential Songs, I Am Pilgrim Songs (BMI), All Essential Music (ASCAP) (Adm. by Essential Music Publishing LLC)

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4:47
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Deeper
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Meredith Andrews
Jacob Sooter
Matt Maher
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86
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7054989
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A Worship Leader's (Streaming) Evening with Meredith Andrews

on January 23, 2013

Join Meredith Andrews, along with husband and band-member Jacob Sooter and host Phil Sillas on Thursday, January 24 at 8 pm CT for a live streaming event. Meredith will be sharing live, acoustic versions of select songs from her new worship album, Worth It All, which releases two days prior, January 22. Meredith will also share stories behind those songs and from her own experiences as a worship leader at Harvest Bible Chapel in Chicago, where she and Jacob currently serve. The live stream event will last approximately one hour with the last 15 minutes devoted to viewers' Q&A.