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Glory to the Righteous One

They raise their voices
They shout for joy
From the east to the west
They declare how great you are
From the furthest island
A song of your salvation
With a sound of singing
And a shout of praise

Singing: Glory, Glory, Glory to the Righteous One

Trusting not in themselves
They hope in You forever
In their righteous Saviour
A banner for all nations
They're a faithful remnant
Always faithful to their God
With hearts of mercy
And lips that speak the truth

And they sing: Glory, Glory, Glory to the Righteous One

And on this mountain
The Lord Almighty will provide
A feast of richest food
And the choicest wine...

And we sing: Glory, Glory, Glory to the Righteous One

Glory to the Righteous One

Wrote this song while reading through Isaiah. I always love to read of how God's love will be shown to all nations in the Old Testament. We are familiar with such a theme in the New Testament, but sometimes don't realise how strong a theme it is in the Old too

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Songs from a broken heart

Songs from a broken heart are songs that I've written and I want to share with you. They are contemporary Christian songs that seek to communicate the heart of being a Christian - sorrow for sin, repentance, a love for the Lord Jesus and a deep desire to live for Him in every area of life.

I wrote most of these songs when I was living out in Turkey for a while. Returning to the UK in 2001 I got together with a few friends from Enfield Evangelical Free Church, the church where I became a Christian in 1994, to develop them further. This group included: Dave Brady, Dan and Rachel Went, Tom Reeves, Richard Maclannan and Neil Arrowsmith.

It was on my heart to be able to share these songs with others and so wanted to record them. I finally got round to recording in prestigious venues such as our front room in Enfield and the old EEFC church vestry! Those involved in recording on the CD were, Neil Arrowsmith (Guitars), Dave Brady (Drums and Percussion), Dan Went (Drums), Richard Maclannan (Keyboards/Piano), Andy Downe (Piano) and Jonty Allcock (Sax). I sung main vocals, played guitar and bass. My sister, Louise Mott, also sung main vocals on god of grace, as well as backing vocals on most tracks with a little help from my wife Tamsyn.

Published: 30th August 2003
Songs from a broken heart