I bought this inductive Bible study several years ago when I went to a homeschool convention. It was $10, which I thought was a bit pricey but my sister bought one too so we figured we could each do both of them, so not such a bad price then.
The one I got was Psalm 103. I’ve loved this psalm, or at least the first several verses , for a very long time so I thought it would be nice to delve into a study of it.
As I read through the psalm again, I found myself singing an old song with that first verse as its basis. Then I looked at the next lesson and was directed to listen to some other songs with this psalm in it. There was supposed to be a webpage on their website with links to all the ones she listed but alas, the page was no more, nor could I find it on the archive. So, I set out to locate them myself and decided to share it here with you. I hope you find some you like.
This first one is THE one I hear in my head when I read verse one. It is the one I grew up with. Bless His Holy Name by Andre Crouch. (Here’s one from Your Living Manna broadcast that included the Crabb Brothers, which is my favorite part of this one. It is unrehearsed/impromptu and includes a few bits of a few other good songs.)
This one is probably my favorite in the whole group--I Won’t Forget by Anthony Evans.
Of course this one is another favorite, 10,000 Reasons by Matt Redman.
Clint Ross put this version together with Matt Lavender, which I also like a lot. The study mentioned a good video to put on in the background while doing other things but this one isn’t long enough for that, in my opinion, so maybe she meant this one which has around 30 songs on the playlist.
Here are some more:
Don’t Forget His Love sung by Ellie Holcomb
This one is a bit more folksartsy: Psalm 103 by Sons of Korah
This one is from Brush Arbor. I loved that group back in the 80’s.
Here is a men’s glee club singing the arrangement by J.Q.Mulholland. There was another college men’s choral group singing it too.
Although this one is a bit . . . it has the entire chapter included in this rendition and is KJV. It’s not that great but it is all there. They have over 50 of the psalms put to music.
This one has the words and chords to this version by Sovereign Grace.
Here is the same song by Zach Jones on the album Fuse, with lyrics; I have to admit I like this version better than the previous rendition. I really like this one a lot.
So that’s it, the list of a dozen plus songs with Psalm 103 in it. I was really surprised to see so many. It makes me want to search youtube for songs for more scriptures now.
Until next time, Bless the Lord,