THE ARTS IN WORSHIP
Throughout Scripture, artists are used to display the glory of God. King David and Asaph were poets, instrumentalists and singer-song-writers. When David & Solomon prepared for the construction of the Temple, they assigned skillful craftspeople, artists, singers and leaders to do the work. (1 Chronicles 22:15) Choirs and singers not only lead in worship, but went before the troops in battle. (2 Chronicles 20:21) Psalm 150 instructs that we are to praise God with trumpets, stringed instruments, drums and cymbals, tambourines and dance. Everything that has breath is to praise the LORD! We believe that every church should have artist who express the beauty and creativity of God’s splendor.
MAKING & RECORDING MUSIC
God inhabits and is enthroned in our praise. (Psalm 22:3) As that happens the gifts of the Spirit operate, lives are changed and the lost are drawn. When we are united, it is good, pleasant and anointed. Unity is where the Lord commands/bestows His blessing. (Psalm 133:1-3)When the singers and musicians were as UNIFIED making ONE SOUND (the sound of the Spirit), the GLORY (splendor, power) of the LORD filled the temple. (2 Chronicles 5:12-14)
The responsibility of Levites, the Biblical artists of the Old Testament was to minister in the presence of the LORD, to record, to praise and to thank Him. (1 Chronicles 16:4) They were appointed to make record of God’s glorious deeds in song. Warehouse Music is charged with the same mandate in our time.
- Arts Ministries
- AIM (Artists In Ministry Outreach)
- Worship Teams
- New Music Opportunities
- Artists Spotlights
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