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SERVANT KING  (Releasing April 16, 2017)

Servant King is a compilation of songs primarily inspired by the books of Deuteronomy, Matthew and I Corinthians. Each book provided unique glimpses of the indescribable God of creation and His goodness, strength and love. The message of each song took us as songwriters to various styles and genres. From the folky/storytelling sounds of "I Will Worship Him Alone" and "This Life is not Mine," to the worship anthems of "Servant King" and "For the Glory of God," to the straight 12 bar blues of "The Day that Death Died," or the beautiful classical acoustic sound of "Gethsemane"; God gave us a collection of very diverse sounding songs that we pray gives voice to His church.

Servant King is set to be released online worldwide on Easter Sunday, April 16th. CD's will be available to buy for $10 at the church or you can order one from our bandcamp site. We will also be making it available for free download to all pastors and missionaries once it's released. Simply send an email to us at  com and we will send you a download code.

Resources on Pride & Humility

From the North Wake Worship Summit (May 4, 2013) 

This is a list of the consequences of pride: pits us against God (2 Kings 19.22), leads to our downfall (2 Chr. 26.16), keeps us from seeking God (Ps.10.4), causes us to be unfaithful to God (2 Kings 19.22), belittles the righteous (Ps. 31.18), brings disgrace (Prov. 11.2), breeds quarrels (Prov. 13.10), conflicts with exalting God (Is. 2.11), is deceptive (Jer. 49.16), inflates our view of ourselves (Ezek. 28.2), is hated by God (Amos 6.8), leads to self-deception (Obad. 3), divides brothers (I Cor. 4.6), makes us forget God (Deut. 8:14), separates us from God (Ps. 138.6), is sin (Prov. 21.4), is contrary to love (I Cor. 13.4), breeds disobedience (Neh.9.16), removes us from God's presence (Ps. 5.5), will be rebuked by God (Ps. 119.21), causes us not to heed God's Word (Jer. 13.15), causes us to run ahead of God (Deut. 1:43), is like idolatry (I Sam. 13.15), is evil and makes a man unclean (Mk. 7.22), cannot endure (Is. 23.9).

And from the other side, a brief biblical incentive to grow humility

Humility is the trigger that releases the favor of God upon a life.  He saves the humble (2 Sam. 2.28; Ps. 18.27), he gives grace to them (1 Pet. 5.5; Prov. 3.34; James 4.6).  Humility fuels prayer and seeking God and makes the way for God to forgive and heal (2 Chron. 7.14). God guides the humble in His ways and teaches them what is right (Ps. 25.9). God sustains the humble (Ps. 147.6) and delights in them (Ps. 149.4). Humility yields wisdom (Prov. 11.2), honor (Prov. 15.33), wealth and life (Prov. 22.4). He esteems/hears the humble (Is. 66.2).  It protects us from God’s anger (Zep. 2.3). It is the mark of the greatest in the kingdom (Matt. 18.4).  If we humble ourselves, God will exalt us in turn (Matt. 23.12). Humility is a prerequisite to justification (Lk. 18.14). It restrains sexual indulgence (Col. 2.23). The humble will be exalted by God (James 4.10). It results in humble deeds that are the fruit of a good life (James 3.13). Humility enables us to respond to evil with blessing (1 Pet. 3.8). By their parents’ humility children are blessed with the provision of God through their parents' intercession.

My Name is Pride 

from Praying God's Word: Breaking Free from Spiritual Strongholds, p. 60, by Beth Moore

My name is Pride. I am a cheater.

I cheat you of your God-given destiny…
because you demand your own way.

I cheat you of contentment…
because you “deserve better than this.”

I cheat you of knowledge…
because you already know it all.

I cheat you of healing…
because you are too full of you to forgive.
I cheat you of holiness…
because you refuse to admit when you are wrong.

I cheat you of vision…
because you’d rather look in the mirror than out a window.

I cheat you of genuine friendship…
because nobody’s going to know the real you.

I cheat you of love…
because real romance demands sacrifice.

I cheat you of greatness in heaven…
because you refuse to wash another’s feet on earth.

I cheat you of God’s glory…
because I convinced you to seek your own.
My name is Pride. I am a cheater.
You like me because you think I’m always looking out for you.


I’m looking to make a fool of you.

God has so much for you, I admit, but don’t worry…
If you stick with me you’ll never know.

Excerpt from St. Patrick’s breastplate

I arise today 
Through a mighty strength, the invocation of the Trinity,
Through belief in the Threeness,
Through confession of the Oneness
of the Creator of creation…

Christ with me,
Christ before me,
Christ behind me,
Christ in me,
Christ beneath me,
Christ above me,
Christ on my right,
Christ on my left,
Christ when I lie down,
Christ when I sit down,
Christ when I arise,
Christ in the heart of every man who thinks of me,
Christ in the mouth of everyone who speaks of me,
Christ in every eye that sees me,
Christ in every ear that hears me...

I arise today
Through a mighty strength, the invocation of the Trinity,
Through belief in the Threeness,
Through confession of the Oneness
of the Creator of creation.

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