Byron Emerson Martin | Satisfied Heart

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Satisfied Heart

by Byron Emerson Martin

Following Byron Emerson Martin's first album "Late Bloomers", this new album continues his own styles of Christian contemporary music. All original songs and music. It is both uplifting and soothing.
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Christian
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1. Satisfied Heart
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2. Dark Skies
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3. Always There
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4. Fear Not Little Child
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5. Love Letter
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6. Just One Word
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7. She Misses Her Mother
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8. Give Praise
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9. Cross Road
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10. Three in One
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11. The Last Day
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Album Notes
Many of the songs, such as "Always There", "Just One Word", "Give Praise", and "Three In One" are sang congregationally at Pastor Martin's American Rescue Workers Community Church. They were written specifically to be congregation numbers but work well for his second album.

"Fear Not Little Child" was the only song of which he did not write the words to. His siblings found a poem their mother wrote in 1958 and kept in her Bible. She passed away in 2009 and he wrote the music to it to give her honor. She was a good, godly woman and a gentle soul.

"She Misses Her Mother" is written and dedicated to Byron's sister, Sandra Ann Jenkins. She took their mother's passing hard and inspired the song. For anyone still missing their mother, you will like this one.

"The Last Day" came from a very vivid dream that kept Byron up most of the night. He finally got out of bed at four in the morning and wrote the words while it was still clear in his mind. He had the music down by that evening. He says this one still gives him the chills because it had appeared so real to him. A real wake-up call.

All glory and honor to Jesus Christ, my Savior. I hope you enjoy this album. -Byron E. Martin


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