Scripture set to song for meditation and memorization
About the Songs -

Texts are taken word for word from the Biblical passage, though a phrase is sometimes repeated for emphasis, often at the end of a song. Translations used include English Standard Version, New International Version, and Living New Translation.

The Bible quotes various song texts which are lengthy, including the songs

of Moses and Deborah, the Magnificat, various psalms, etc. While western

popular song forms tend to use short quotations of Scripture, chant allows

for the use of long texts, with the music playing a very secondary role. Some

of our songs utilize chant like passages, as well as other approaches for

longer texts.

Many people have "windows" of music in their day. Try filling those first

with spiritual content and praise as per Colossians 3:16. Do this on a regular basis and you will experience a new depth and power in your life.

 On Singing -

Simple singing...awakens the soul to a fervent desire for that which is described in the songs, it quiets the passions that arise from the flesh, it removes the evil thoughts that are implanted in us by invisible foes, it waters the soul to make it fruitful in the good things of God, it makes the soldiers of piety strong to endure hardships, it becomes for the pious a medicine to cure all the pains of life. Paul calls this the "sword of the spirit," with which he arms the soldiers of piety against unseen foes, for it is the word of God, and when it is pondered and sung and proclaimed it has the power to drive out demons."

 From Quaeestiones et responsiones ad orthodoxos, about 400 A.D.
Another important consideration is length of text.
The key element of the songs is the text.
Fill your music listening opportunities with spiritual content.
Colossians 3:16 Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach 
and admonish one another with all wisdom through psalms, hymns, and songs 
from the Spirit, singing to God with gratitude in your hearts. (NIV)

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