A New Old Song-Psalm 126

I was watching 722, the series “React To Extreme Poverty” and was captivated by the first song on the set list. Psalm 126 by Charlie Hall led by Kristian Stanfill. It’s so cool when artist take an old song and make it fresh.

To keep it short: What I love most about this song is that the lyrics are straight from scripture. It’s so awesome to hold the Word of God and sing strait from the Psalms! You can’t get any better then that…

I also really love the tag Kristian Stanfill added in there…

“Teach our hearts to love, what You love
Lead our feet to go, where You go
This life is Yours to use, cause
You have done great things for us!”


2 Responses to “A New Old Song-Psalm 126”

  1. 1 klampert May 3, 2007 at 2:16 am

    that is a killwe song and a very cool rendition. Nice blog by the way…Im adding you to my links

  2. 2 klampert May 3, 2007 at 2:17 am

    Great song…cool rendition..charlie hall is one of the best.
    nice blog….Im adding you to my links

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Hellooo... My name is Cameron and I have started using this little thing called WordPress. I have a passion for God and serving Him. I also love music and art. I will be attending Cedarville University and double majoring In graphic design and youth ministry. I hope to use this place to share with you whats on my mind and what I find in the internet world. I have a lot to share, though I am a little slow on the posting part. So keep checking back and hopefully ill keep this thing updated.

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