Rise Up, O Just One

by Everlasting Word Band

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Daniel Meyer First release by brothers in Toledo, Ohio. These brothers are unashamed to sing of sin, righteousness and judgment. Two of my favorites from this album are Cloud of Witnesses and Why Do the Heathen Nations Vainly Rage. Full review here: todayorthatday.wordpress.com/2012/01/17/album-review-rise-up-o-just-one/ Favorite track: Cloud of Witnesses.
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"Now, Israel, what does the LORD your God require from you, but to fear the LORD your God, to walk in His ways and love Him, and to serve the LORD your God with all your heart and all your soul, and to keep the LORD'S commandments and His statutes which I am commanding you today for your good?" (Deut. 10:12-13)

What God requires of us is fear, obedience, and love. Without fear we mock the power of the Father, Who kills and makes alive; without obedience, we mock the power of the Spirit, Who is putting to death the deeds of the body; without love, we mock the sacrifice of the Son, Who is Love crucified. And if our music is ever going to teach and admonish us to fear, love, and serve our God aright, as it is supposed to do (Col. 3:16), then it must begin to encompass more than sentimental, feel-good mush. The themes of God's grace and mercy should sit side by side with those of His righteous anger and judgment; jubilant expressions of rejoicing must go hand in hand with a heavy sorrow over sin. These are the themes of the Bible. Let us then make them the themes of our song. We pray that our efforts will glorify God as we sing of the full splendor of His majesty and spur one another on to fear, obedience, and love. --Everlasting Word Band

Thank You: Tuf and Wade at Righteous Mice Studios, Jennifer Clark, who designed our artwork, Don and Adam White, who recorded Psalm 2 (www.donsvoice.com), Our brothers and sisters at Christ the Word Church, Our Lord Jesus Christ


released August 13, 2009

All songs arranged, produced, and performed by Everlasting Word Band.

Nathan Bayly - lead vocals and guitar
Jason Wiltse - electric guitar
Andrew Dionne - mandoline and fiddle
Craig Twining - bass and vocals
Dave Foulke - drums

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