Click to view details.
We would love to hear from
you. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
When you like a worship song,
you want to hear it and sing it over and over again. You can't get
enough of it. You "feel" the song. It speaks to your soul. It connects your
spirit with the Spirit of God, and helps you enter into the presence of a
Most Holy God. And then sometimes you realize that somebody else also feels
the same about that particular worship song. Before you know it, everybody's
singing that song. It is recorded in a few different albums by different
artistes and groups. I'm giving you an example from a "worship song" point
of view. But then, you will now understand what I mean when I say "THIS IS
THE KIND OF SONG EVERY SONGWRITER DREAMS OF WRITING!" A hit song, from a
secular point of view. An anointed song, from a Christian point of view.
Well, how do you write such a song??? Ask a songwriter who has written such
a song, and their answer would likely be that the song came from their
hearts, an expression of what they are going through or have gone through,
or an aspiration of what they hope for. It comes from having met the Lord in
a time of need, or a time of deep communion with Him. It may also be the
expression of one's love for his Creator and Savior. Whatever it is, the
element of divine inspiration is crucial. Why? Well, because we are not
writing songs to win an Emmy. We are writing songs to draw people closer to
Pastor Wah Lok, who has written over
100 songs, including the song "Every Time I Pray", and has released 3 albums titled "Every Time I Pray", "Shining Stars",
and "Messiah King", offers songwriting seminars to churches all across Malaysia. This seminar is primarily for musicians and lyric writers who desire to learn how to write songs and improve on their songwriting skills. He believes that many have the ability to write but are not doing it. Topics covered are: 20 checklist for songwriters, 12 practical points for songwriters, writing lyrics, and creating melodies. To read more about the seminar and other worship seminars conducted by Pastor Wah Lok,
please click here.
To read more about his testimonies with regards to his songwriting experience, please visit www.tabernaclemusic.net.
If you would like to be included in our mailing list, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Cardinal Rule of
God Songs: How to Write and Select Songs for Worship,
Make all the elements work together to enhance the feeling of the message.
we’re striving for is to make every melody line, every
© 2006-2009 MCSN. All Rights Reserved.