The first half of this recording follows the worship model in Isaiah 6 where Isaiah saw a vision of of God. Experiencing God's power, holiness, and splendor caused Isaiah to renounce himself, pronouncing his own doom. Yet God reached across time and space to heal Isaiah and enable him to love and serve Him. The second half of the recording turns to look at Jesus who reveals Himself as a Son of this same God of Isaiah, yet as one meek and lowly, one who gives His very life for the world.
Within this thematic structure, we offer songs from various time periods and styles. This reflects the universal nature of worship and the human desire to worship. These songs call the listener to worship and praise.
English Baroque: Thou Knowest, Lord, the Secrets of Our Hearts
Romantic Period: Mendelssohn's "For God Commanded Angels to Watch Over You"
Almighty Maker God
My Thoughts, That Often Mount the Sky
When Some Kind Shepherd from His Fold
Ye Boundless Realms of Joy
The Heavenly Son
Jesus, Thy Blood and Righteousness
Praise God from Whom All Blessings Flow
Recent Choral Arrangements:
Draw Up the Water from the Well
Go and Tell John
My God, How Wonderful Thou Art