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Can you imagine if worship songs could pause to preach a sermon? They do in this podcast by Sound in Worship.

We add commentary to biblically sound worship songs and allow the song to preach a short sermon.

You can email us at: soundinworship@gmail.com if you think a certain song could preach.

Support our work at: https://www.patreon.com/soundinworship

If Songs Could Preac‪h‬ Sound in Worship

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Can you imagine if worship songs could pause to preach a sermon? They do in this podcast by Sound in Worship.

We add commentary to biblically sound worship songs and allow the song to preach a short sermon.

You can email us at: soundinworship@gmail.com if you think a certain song could preach.

Support our work at: https://www.patreon.com/soundinworship

    Forsaken Me (Psalm 22)

    Forsaken Me (Psalm 22)

    In this episode, we add commentary for the song "Forsaken Me (Psalm 22)" by My Soul Among Lions music is available on all major streaming platforms. Please check out the full uninterrupted song. It is awesome!

    You can also buy their music and support them here: https://mysoulamonglions.bandcamp.com/releases

    Find more worship music resources and carefully selected playlists at soundinworship.com

    Support us at: https://www.patreon.com/soundinworship

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    • 34 min
    A Bible Reference App called Refer!

    A Bible Reference App called Refer!

    Sound in Worship has created a Bible reference app that makes links scripture to hymns, locations, cross-references, and more to come!

    I talk about that and get into a reminder of what Sound in Worship is about. 


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    • 29 min
    Discerning with the Right Motives (Future of Podcast)

    Discerning with the Right Motives (Future of Podcast)

    I talk about the future of this podcast and go over discerning with the right motives.

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    • 31 min
    New Project - Restoring Forgotten Hymns - Your Help!

    New Project - Restoring Forgotten Hymns - Your Help!

    In this week's episode, we announce a new project we're working on which consists of restoring forgotten hymns. We ask for your help with singing. Listen for details! Patreon.com/soundinworship

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    • 26 min
    The Love of God (Exclusive)

    The Love of God (Exclusive)

    This week we heard from "The Love of God", a song written by Helen Lemmel and inspired by Lillias Trotter. The history is very interesting!

    We also stepped out and created our own version of the song. You can find it anywhere under "The Love of God" by Sound in Worship.

    We could use your support! Feel free to check out our Patreon page at: patreon.com/soundinworship



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    • 32 min
    Thy Works, Not Mine, O Christ/Doxology

    Thy Works, Not Mine, O Christ/Doxology

    In this episode, we add commentary for a couple of songs by The Corner Room. Their music is available on all major streaming platforms. Please check out the full uninterrupted songs!
    Find more worship music resources and carefully selected playlists at soundinworship.com
    Support us at: https://www.patreon.com/soundinworship
    Find us on these social media platforms:
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    YouTube

    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

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3 Ratings

Ben Ditzel ,

True Lyrical Discernment

The passion this presenter has for solid Gospel saturated music that counteracts the weak, doctrinally deficient KLove floods is refreshing and rare. He is another Berean in his music choices! Keep it up!!

travisham ,

humble counterpoint

Justin’s ministry is a thoughtful and humble counterpoint regarding so much of modern music ministry. When we see the formative truth of Colossians 3:16-17 harmonize with the pastoral considerations of 2 John 7-11, it helps produce the heart of a shepherd who both cares deeply for the feeding of the flock and who is intentional not to provide wolves with platform and resources. Justin’s goal is not simply to open people’s eyes to the danger of wolves, but also to highlight wonderfully Gospel-centered modern worship songs, ministries, and artists that may not be on everyone’s radar.

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