pstrongMeet me in my choir room./strong /p
pBefore the wide use of modern musical instruments, the earliest Christians in my community used drums, shakers, rattlers, tam-tam, and other local musical instruments in singing praise and worship of God. It was a beautiful experience I would always like to emulate. You would surely enjoy this splendid idea with me as you enter my choir room. Enjoy yourself! /p
pstrongWe are Fellow Workers with God/strong/p
p1. For we are partners working altogether for God and we are all in God’s field. For we are only builders of God’s house, using the gifts that he gave us free. Chorus: We are fellow workers with God, We are fellow workers with God, We are fellow workers with God, We are fellow workers with our God. 2. Will you build the house of God in gold? Will you ... Also available as a blog at http://nwufortherese.education/2021/02/01/music-with-local-instruments-1-my-songs-and-lyrics//p
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