Song for the Seeker

Music 38
Song for the Seeker – Samuel Phillips

There are those who truly purposed in their heart to seek God but ended up seeking the things in His hands rather than the things in His heart. There are those who seek for heavenly realities just because it feels good from a religious perspective. There are those who seek after the heart of the Father. These ones learn to die to the desire of their flesh daily, and by so doing, they fulfill the desire in the heart of God. These are the ones who have embraced that which they see afar off, and confessed that they are strangers and pilgrims on the earth. They seek a homeland, a heavenly country that eyes cannot see. Therefore God is not ashamed to be called their God, for He has prepared a city for them and they will behold the face of Him whom they seek…God. Written by Samuel Phillips Produced by Noel Manyasi Mixed and Mastered by Tyler Blalock, Avenue Sound Studios
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Samuel Phillips

Samuel is a man in pursuit of an intimate relationship with God through time spent in the abiding presence of the Holy Spirit. His deepest desire is to see the sons of God become true tabernacles of worship upon whom GOD will rest and within whom GOD will dwell. He has spent time learning from the heart of the Father concerning artistic expressions of worship, the times and the seasons we are in, the responses that man must take with regard to the changing times and is now giving voice to various aspects of what has been released to him. His expressions of worship vary, coming forth in the form of music, nature photography, identity consulting and graphic design, as well as other audio-visual forms such as theatre/story-telling. Saphire338 is a tabernacle experience where Samuel will share some of his most intimate encounters with the King. Join us on this journey of discovery.

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