Let Christian Music Be Your Compass to Navigating the Bible
Have you ever heard a Christian song and wondered what its biblical inspiration was? Is a favorite tune reminiscent of a bible verse that you can only vaguely recall? Here at Scripturally Sound, we introduce a new approach towards reading the bible—through the Song-Study™. These are lyric-inspired bible studies, using Christian songs that music listeners are familiar with. You may use a Song-Study™ as your daily devotional, or as a catalyst to explore a biblical subject that you’ve been curious about. As a new startup, we’re compiling 5-7 Christian songs, based on various bible themes (ex: joy, love, hope). We later plan on having one study per song, which will allow you to tailor a week of bible reading based on your preferred songs.
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Song studies allow you to listen to music, read related bible passages, and answer questions that delve deeper into the biblical theme.
This comprehensive, engaging learning experience combines bible education and music worship, a memory device which we call, “edu-worship.” Since listening to and singing Christian music prepares the mind to be fertile to receiving His Word, we’ve done the hard work of finding powerful bible passages that relate to these songs. The result? A more impactful worship experience in which the songs and bible reading are aligned and cohesive.
Become a Scripturally Sound member today and download our FREE Trust/Faith song-study that includes Fred Hammond’s “I Will Trust,” and Lauren Daigel’s “Trust in You.” For more song-studies, join for only $5 per month, which includes 4 weeks of song-studies (1 theme per compilation).
At Scripturally Sound, we have a passion for believers to read the bible daily and nourish their minds, just as food for the body is necessary each day. Remember that the Word of God is living, active and sharper than any two-edged sword, as Hebrews 4:12-13 says. Let’s continue to consistently engage in the Word of God in creative ways. The Song-Study is just the beginning of our journey for this Kingdom-building ministry.