From the songs of Moses and Miriam after the exodus to the songs of the angels and the saints in John’s vision of heaven (Ex. 15:1–21; Rev. 5; 15:1–4), the Bible is filled with songs unto our Creator and exhortations to sing His praises. In this session, Nathan Clark George considers the musician’s vocation and how the musical arts are part of the dominion mandate. He will also explore how he approaches song writing, and how the context for the use of the songs impacts that process.
Worthwhile relationships are based on knowledge. When we meet someone for the first time, we do not consider that we really know that person until we have the opportunity to learn more about that person, such as his or her history, personality, likes, dislikes, and desires. As we come to know more about a new acquaintance, we better understand how to carry on a relationship with that person. In the same way, a vibrant relationship with the triune God must be rooted in a firm understanding of who He reveals Himself to be in His Word. In this message, Dr. …