Posted by: jamsco | March 1, 2017

New CD! Set 2!

It’s here! It’s finished and ready to help you memorize the Word of God.

After more than a year of preparation, we’ve finally finished the fifth Fighter Verse Song CD – Set 2.

Go to the Amazon page for Set 2
Go to the downloadable songs.

It includes passages from Psalms (all of Psalms 103 and 91), Proverbs (the name of the LORD is a strong tower), 2 Corinthians (For this Light Momentary Affliction is preparing for you …), Romans (Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved), and John 3:16! And many, many more. A total of 34 songs and almost an hour of music.

Here’s the video of one of the a capella songs from the CD.

And here are some of the nice things people have said about the CD.

We love the Fighter Verse CD … wow – it is fantastic and we have incorporated listening to your CD into our curriculum.         Thank you for sharing your musical gifts for God’s glory and for blessing His church – Harriet

And I also want to thank the team of people who put together the latest fighter verse songs. I actually got the CD from them and tried it out this week with Isaiah 40 verse 8 and it worked! I just kept singing it: The grass withers, the flower fades but the word of our God will stand forever … I got the tune in my head!

And so I’m just so thankful that we as our church, with … our fighter verse songs, we are a church that is committed to getting the word in front of our people to be Word-filled, Word-saturated – Jason Meyer – Pastor, Bethlehem Baptist Church

You’ll be well served by this bright collection of well-produced songs!!! Great for anyone who wants to draw closer to Christ in any/every circumstance. Great soundtrack for times of quiet reflection, energized work(out), focused meditation/study – Pete

Once again, I cannot emphasize enough how helped we have been by the fighter verse songs CDs. To families with young children….play these CDs when you drive!! What better way to do Deut. 6:4-7 which is on the CD😊. You will never regret hiding these songs in you and your children’s hearts. My kids are 18, 16, &14 and they know their fighter verses, at least the ones we listened to and they are thankful for knowing them. This CD has songs for the entire chapters of psalm 91 and 103. By listening repeatedly, you’ll learn entire chapters and like us say, thank you Lord! – Gina

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As I say, Set 2 is the last of the five CDs, so now we have available all five of the Fighter Verse sets of songs. It’s a total of 182 songs with 529 verses from 30 Books of the Bible! It’s been an exciting and rewarding project.

I hope you get a hold of one of the CDs (or two or three) and listen and learn the Word of God.

Posted by: jamsco | August 2, 2020

5-30 Application for Aug 9, 2020 :: Psalm 34:15-16

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The eyes of the LORD are toward the righteous and his ears toward their cry. The face of the LORD is against those who do evil, to cut off the memory of them from the earth.

Psalm 34:15-16

[This weeks passage begins at around 2:33 in the song]

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Unlike those who “seek peace and pursue it” (talked about in last week’s), those who do evil won’t have many days, but the memory of them will be cut off from the earth.

The Psalmist is asking you to make a choice. Do you want the LORD’s eyes to be towards you and your cries for help? Or do you want his face to be against you?

You are being asked to make a choice, all the time, between righteous acts and evil acts. Choose the way that will make it so you don’t have reason to fearing having the memory of you being ended on the earth. By the God who can do it.

Psalm34

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Sung by Chuck Steddom, Keyboard by Carol Steddom, Written by Scott Jamison and Kevin Shull

Posted by: jamsco | July 26, 2020

5-29 Application for Aug 2, 2020

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What man is there who desires life and loves many days, that he may see good? Keep your tongue from evil and your lips from speaking deceit. Turn away from evil and do good; seek peace and pursue it.

Psalm 34:12-14

[This weeks passage begins at around 2:00 in the song]

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Three pairs of wise actions:
1. Keep your tongue from evil and your lips from speaking deceit
2. Turn away from evil and do good
3. Seek peace and pursue it

Two blessings as a result:
1. A long life of many days
2. Seeing good

The word that in both of these is ‘good’.

If you want to see good, you should do good.

Psalm34

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Sung by Chuck Steddom, Keyboard by Carol Steddom, Written by Scott Jamison and Kevin Shull

Posted by: jamsco | July 19, 2020

5-29 Application for July 26, 2020 :: Psalm 34:9-11

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Oh, fear the LORD, you his saints, for those who fear him have no lack! The young lions suffer want and hunger; but those who seek the LORD lack no good thing. Come, O children, listen to me; I will teach you the fear of the LORD.

Psalm 34:9-11

[This weeks passage begins at around 1:30 in the song]

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I think there is a time in every person’s life when they start to understand that fear can be a good thing, and sometimes a very good thing. We should fear the being that is strong. King David wisely wants us to fear the LORD.

Our LORD will keep us from lack. He will make sure we have enough of what is good. A being like that should be feared. But he should also be sought after.

Seek the LORD. Fear the LORD.

Psalm34

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Sung by Chuck Steddom, Keyboard by Carol Steddom, Written by Scott Jamison and Kevin Shull

Posted by: jamsco | July 12, 2020

5-29 Application for July 19, 2020 :: Psalm 34:6-8

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This poor man cried, and the LORD heard him and saved him out of all his troubles. The angel of the LORD encamps around those who fear him, and delivers them. Oh, taste and see that the LORD is good! Blessed is the man who takes refuge in him!

Psalm 34:6-8

[This weeks passage begins at around 0:54 in the song]

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The last time we memorized this psalm (twelve years ago) my dad was in the hospital on life support. He was dying. He had all sorts of tubes and wire connections and he had been on dialysis and he needed a breathing tube.

He died on a Friday. When I got to the hospital fairly early in the morning while he was still alive, I wrote the verse from this passage on the wall: “This poor man cried and the LORD heard him and saved him out of all his troubles.”

And a couple hours later, the LORD saved him out of all his troubles. My dad no longer has a failing kidney, or a missing leg, nor is he in pain nor does he need help breathing. Our heavenly father pulled him out of all that.

I’m very grateful for that.

There is more than one way that our God saves people. I pray that you will see different forms of salvation this week and then praise God for doing it.

And if you need help from God, it’s okay to cry.

Psalm34

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Sung by Chuck Steddom, Keyboard by Carol Steddom, Written by Scott Jamison and Kevin Shull

Posted by: jamsco | July 6, 2020

5-27 Application for July 5, 2020 :: Psalm 34:4-5

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I sought the LORD, and he answered me and delivered me from all my fears. Those who look to him are radiant, and their faces shall never be ashamed.

Psalm 34:4-5

[This weeks passage begins at around 0:33 in the song]

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We fear shame, don’t we? We don’t want to be ashamed.

If you seek the LORD, if you look to him, He will deliver you from that fear and from all other fears.

You will be radiant!

Psalm34

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Sung by Chuck Steddom, Keyboard by Carol Steddom, Written by Scott Jamison and Kevin Shull

Posted by: jamsco | June 28, 2020

5-26 Application for July 5, 2020 :: Psalm 34:1-3

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I will bless the LORD at all times; his praise shall continually be in my mouth. My soul makes its boast in the LORD; let the humble hear and be glad. Oh, magnify the LORD with me, and let us exalt his name together!

Psalm 34:1-3

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Yes, this is the beginning of a longer passage – all of Psalm 34 – and King David begins well.

He blesses the LORD.

Dictionary.com has seven definitions of ‘bless’ and I think these three fit the best:

2. to request of God the bestowal of divine favor on:
Bless this house.
3. to bestow good of any kind upon:
a nation blessed with peace.
4. to extol as holy; glorify:
Bless the name of the Lord.

But number four fits the best: David, and each of us who follow after him, wants to extol as holy and glorify the LORD. And he wants others to do this is as well, “continually”.

And the person who is not proud, the person who doesn’t worship himself, will be given joy as he does this.

So praise, boast in, and magnify the LORD. For His glory and your good.

Psalm34

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Sung by Chuck Steddom, Keyboard by Carol Steddom, Written by Scott Jamison and Kevin Shull

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And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up. So then, as we have opportunity, let us do good to everyone, and especially to those who are of the household of faith.

Galatians 6:9-10

{This week’s song begins at 0:28}

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It sounds like Paul understands weariness. He’s saying this with experience and he is probably sympathetic to those who wonder if they should give up. So he encourages us with good news: We will reap. Good things will happen as a result of our doing good for other people.

So where God opens a way for you to help others, take that way. With hope.

Gal6

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Song by Scott Jamison and Becki Warnock. Sung by Tom Dodds and Kevin Shull.

Posted by: jamsco | June 17, 2020

5-24 Application for June 28, 2020 :: John 6:35

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…”I am the bread of life; whoever comes to me shall not hunger, and whoever believes in me shall never thirst.”

John 6:35

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Here is a significant claim from Jesus. I am food. I can sustain you. I am what you need. I will satisfy you. Partaking from me will prevent your death.

Would you like be satisfied and not thirst or hunger?

Go to Jesus. He’s calling you.

John6

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Song written and performed by Phil Carlson

Posted by: jamsco | June 8, 2020

5-23 Application for June 14, 2020 :: Psalm 19:9-11

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The fear of the LORD is clean, enduring forever; the rules of the LORD are true, and righteous altogether. More to be desired are they than gold, even much fine gold; sweeter also than honey and drippings of the honeycomb. Moreover, by them is your servant warned; in keeping them there is great reward.

Psalm 19:9-11

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Just like last week, I’ll sum up this way:
Here are the descriptors in this passage: Clean, true, righteous altogether. More to be desired than gold, sweeter than honey.
And here is what they do: Endure forever, they warn God’s servant, they give great reward.

Not everyone knows it, but this is what every human wants. And it’s offered as a gift for us. If we read His word. If we live by His word.

Honey and Gold. For you. Take it today.

Psalm 19

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Song written and performed by Scott Jamison

Posted by: jamsco | June 1, 2020

5-22 Application for June 7, 2020 :: Psalm 19:7-8

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The law of the LORD is perfect, reviving the soul; the testimony of the LORD is sure, making wise the simple; the precepts of the LORD are right, rejoicing the heart; the commandment of the LORD is pure, enlightening the eyes;

Psalm 19:7-8

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Here are the descriptors in this passage: Perfect, sure, right, pure.
And here is what they do: Revive the soul, make the simple wise, rejoice the heard and enlighten the eyes.

This is what any one who owns a Bible can have at no cost. This is what you can have right now. Read God’s word. See what he has to say to you about himself and the universe he’s created.

Be blessed. And then glorify Him.

Psalm 19

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Song written and sung by Scott Jamison

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