Singing God’s Word

Gorno-Altaysk These recordings were spontaneous. I chose the bible verses I wanted to sing, placed my opened bible on the music stand, then began to play and then sing the scripture, trusting the Spirit of God to inspire me.

Nakatsu Although I have many recordings singing a variety of bible passages, many need re-recording, which would require transcription of the piano accompaniment and melody. However, there are some which flowed particularly well, and it is these I am including on this page. I hope to add to these initial few.

Keep building, keep building, clear the way

cytotec without prescriptions Isaiah 57
Keep building! Keep building! Clear the way! Remove everything blocking my people’s path!
For thus says the High, Exalted One who lives forever, whose name is Holy:
I live in the high and holy place but also with the broken and humble, in order to revive the spirit of the humble and revive the hearts of the broken ones.
For I will not fight them forever or always nurse my anger; otherwise their spirits would faint before me, the creatures I myself have made.
It was because of their flagrant greed that I was angry and struck them; I hid myself and was angry, but they continued on their own rebellious way.
I have seen their ways, and I will heal them


Clap your hands all you peoples

Clap your hands, all you peoples!
Shout to God with cries of joy!
For Adonai ‘Elyon is awesome,
a great king over all the earth.
He makes peoples subject to us,
puts nations under our feet.
He chooses our heritage for us,
the pride of Ya‘akov, whom he loves. (Selah)
God goes up to shouts of acclaim,
Adonai to a blast on the shofar.
Sing praises to God, sing praises!
Sing praises to our king, sing praises!
For God is king of all the earth;
sing praises in a maskil.
God rules the nations;
God sits on his holy throne.
The leaders of the people gather together,
the people of the God of Avraham;
for the rulers of the earth belong to God,
who is exalted on high.

Clap your hands all you peoples – with added shophar


Psalm 18:1-4

Psalm 18:1-7

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