MP3 Conspiracy Among Friends - Anthem
Alternative rock to soft contemporary to acoustic-driven melodies for a sound that brings out the purpose of the words to penetrate the heart of the listener.
14 MP3 Songs
GOSPEL: Contemporary Gospel, POP: Folky Pop
Anthem is a Spirit-filled compilation of songs that get to the heart of Jesus and penetrate the heart of the listener. Its style ranges all over from alternative rock to soft contemporary to acoustic-driven melodies. With a high attentiveness to recording quality, the greatest value of the project can be found in the depth of its lyrics, which have been carefully crafted to explore the many layers of God and still get straight to the Gospel. The project also includes chord charts and a devotional for every song, each written by the songs'' authors to bring the listener in closer communion with the living Christ.
Conspiracy Among Friends is a group of men and women who lead worship and prayer gatherings at their local church in Minneapolis, MN.
It is our hope that the church be a place where the depths and riches of Christ are sought after and explored, where the saints are not afraid to use their gifts to encourage and nourish the body in its sanctifying journey, and ultimately where God''s glory is the goal and man''s joy comes as the result.
Conspiracy Among Friends
...I thought that I was the greatest debtor to Divine grace, and would sing the loudest to its praise; but when I came down out of the pulpit, there was a venerable woman who said to me, "You made a blunder in your sermon this evening." I said, "I daresay I made a dozen, good soul, but what was that particular one?" "Why, you said that you would sing the loudest because you owed most to Divine grace; you are but a lad, you do not owe half as much to grace as I do at eighty years of age! I owe more to grace than you, and I will not let you sing the loudest." I found that there was a general conspiracy among the friends that night to put me in the background, and that is where I meant to be, and wished to me; that is where those who sing the loudest long to be, to take the lowest place, and praise most the grace of God in so doing. - C.H. Spurgeon