Hymn-writing has been practiced by believers for centuries. We can trace that all the way back to the book of Psalms. David, Solomon, Moses, Asaph, and the sons of Korah all have psalms attributed to them. We also have songs by Miriam (Ex. 15:21), Deborah (Jg. 5), Hannah (1 Sam. 2), Mary (Lk. 1:46-55), and … Continue reading Why Believers Should Write Hymns
I've had a song stuck in my head for the last few weeks: Is He Worthy? by Andrew Peterson. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIahc83Kvp4 These beautiful, God-honoring words are derived from the pages of Scripture. Revelation 5, specifically. And I saw in the right hand of Him who sat on the throne a scroll written inside and on the … Continue reading Fuel Friday: Is He Worthy?
Ever wanted to write poetry? Here’s some basic rules and definitions for you! Foot- A unit of poetic meter or rhythm Breve- An unaccented syllable IAMB- A type of foot that consists of a breve followed by an accent Anapest- A type of foot that consists of two breves followed by an accent Trochee- A … Continue reading Fuel Friday: Poetry