Praise the Lord, All Nations

by Joseph Mathias

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The songs on this album were written for use during worship times. In arranging them, we sought a predominantly acoustic aesthetic, with parts that were beautiful without being self-consciously ornate: the goal being not to draw attention to the music itself, but to the Lord to whom it is offered. We hope you enjoy listening to them; but even more, that they will help you to pray.

The main theme of the album is Christ as the Light to the Nations. Light is a symbol of the knowledge of God, which is brought to us in Jesus his Son. Our goal in campus ministry is to bring people to this knowledge of God, which draws them out of futility into purpose and hope. These songs anticipate the day when the people of every nation will come to know the Lord, and find their fulfillment and hope in him.

Donwload the music sheet here:
servantsoftheword.org/wp-content/assets/Praise-the-Lord-All-Nations.pdf

credits

released December 6, 2015

Joseph Mathias: guitar, piano, percussion, vocals
Will Cannon: guitar, mandolin, viola, bass, vocals
Elizabeth Shell: vocals
Dan Keating: vocals
Anne Fleming: violin, vocals
Mark Mathias: double bass, cello
Molly Cravens: clarinet, vocals
Bridget Chlum: flute
David Dolsen: trumpet
Steve Fleming: trumpet
Graham Lapp: bass

Sound production by Will Cannon
Art work by Jamie Treadwell
Design by Esther Barakat Younan

Special thanks to Chris and Deena Birk and Graham and Mary Lapp, who graciously opened their homes for use as recording studios.

Recorded and produced in Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti, Michigan.

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The Servants of the Word Ann Arbor, Michigan

The Servants of the Word are an international, ecumenical brotherhood of celibate men. We are comprised of roughly 150 men located in North America, Mexico, Costa Rica, Northern Ireland, England, Lebanon and the Philippines dedicated to a life of prayer, simplicity and mission. Many of our brothers are involved in youth work, others have secular jobs, and some are very gifted musicians! ... more

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