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April 05, 2007


connie @ Practicing Theology

We enjoy the "Valley of Vision" CD, too. Are you aware that the CD is based on many of the prayers and meditations by Puritans published by Banner of Truth in "The Valley of Vision-A Collection of Puritan Prayers & Devotions"?

Just wanted to bring this to your attention in case you aren't acquainted with the book--I think you'd enjoy it, too!


We love sovereign grace music as well. Love the Valley of Vision book and CD.

Thanks for pointing others to it!


The Elementary Writing Chef

Wow! You guys have been busy! What a beautiful picture! Happy Easter! Love ya, Big Sis


We've been listening to Sovereign Grace Music for a long time. It's wonderful! Their scripture memory CDs are great, too. We especially like the Upward CD, Bob Kauflin's hymns project. Beautiful.

You might be interested in another group, too. The Reformed University Fellowship at Belmont University has a group called Indelible Grace. What they've done is taken old hymns and set them to new music. The music is guitar driven, folk-rock. They've made four CDs: Indelible Grace, Pilgrim Days, For All the Saints, and Beams of Heaven.

I'm not getting paid to tell you about these either, but they've become the soundtrack of our family!
Check out the website:



a suburban housewife

Ooh! Try these: King of Grace and What a Savior (this one is a Christmas CD). Glad you discovered them.


OH THANK YOU for this recommendation! I will check it out! (And thanks to Julie for the other group, I will check them out too).


YES! I love the Valley of Vision CD, and the Indelible Grace musicians are fabulous, too. You won't be disappointed in them! I saw them last year at a conference and it was such a blessing!


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