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Singing Thru the New Testament, by Dr. Quentin McGhee
Please read "Background" below the links for a message from Quentin.

Playlists for Songs:







1 Corinthians:

2 Corinthians:





1 Thessalonians:

2 Thessalonians:

1 Timothy:

2 Timothy:





1 Peter:

2 Peter:


1 John:

2 John:

3 John:



In 1980, I memorized the Gospel of Matthew, thought-for-thought. Years later, it was a source of strength to me in an unanticipated way. 1987 was a stormy year. I was still grieving from the recent, sudden deaths of my parents. Amoebas robbed me of thirty pounds. Sleep refused to befriend me for nine months. I didn’t know God would allow valleys to be so deep as the one I went into. I was a missionary in a prison of confusion. And yet, that terrible year of sadness, sickness, weakness, and darkness proved to be one of the best years of my life. For in those sleepless hours, I meditated on Matthew. And in those dark days, I found that Scripture is a bedrock of security. Standing on the Scriptures we will not sink! One day, I was shuffling across the room, pondering a chapter in Matthew. An unknown melody came to me, and since I was tired of reciting Matthew, I began to sing that chapter in Matthew to the new melody. I sang the song for an hour or two and then moved on to the next chapter. To my surprise, another unknown melody was joyfully dancing deep within me. So I created another new song. So it was that at the bottom of my lowest valley, I found a spring of music. From that time on, I discovered that musical impressions came to me when I meditated on a chapter of Scripture.

There are many ways in which these songs could be improved. I have no formal musical training. Nevertheless, may this music remind us of the verse, "From the lips of children and infants you have ordained praise" (Matthew 21:16). When someone asked John Wesley if he liked the 7000 songs his brother Charles wrote, John answered, "Some I like, some I don't." Likewise today, we all have our favorite and "unfavorite" songs. As I share these Scripture songs, I invite you to worship and meditate on God's Word with me.

Quentin R. McGhee

Overview: Singing Thru The New Testament

The Word of God is a source of such blessings as:

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