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Artifacts Review - Leonard Jones and Kevin Prosch

An article of Kevin Prosch and Leonard Jones’ Artifacts album. Leonard is a gifted musician and he displays his talents without reservation. He teams up with lyricist Kevin Prosch to make one impressive Christian album. If you need inspiration or a renewing of your faith, this CD offers help with those issues. The album has a diverse array of songs and sounds making it truely an indie effort. Only for those who enjoy music from the artist and not the record executive.

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I hear those curfew bells are ringing,
But I cannot stop my singing.
I’ve got to tell just one more person -
Never give up, keep on dreaming,
Quieter than rain, he knows your pain,
He knows your pain…
—  Kevin Prosch
Oh, I wish you would put those words in my mouth, God
To tell the world what you’re really like
Not some dead God who lives in some building
But a Father of kindness, a Son of forgiveness, a Spirit who helps me
Yeah, that’s who you are
—  Kevin Prosch - “Harp in My Heart”

There’s a harp in my heart

And only you can play it

There’s a song in my broken soul

And only you can sing it

You’re so unpredictable God

Just like the rhythm, the rhythm of weeping

And my life is still so upside down

But you keep on coming, coming around

You keep on loving, but I still let you down

There’s a harp in my heart

And only you can play it

There’s a song in my broken soul (broken soul)

And only you can sing it

I hear those curfew bells are ringing

But I just can’t stop my singing

I’ve got to tell just one more person

Hey! Never give up

Keep on dreaming

Quieter than rain

He knows all your pain

There’s a cry I have had

That I could love my brother

Not to look at their race

Their religion or their color

You love those Presbyterians God

You love the gays and the lesbians

You love the Buddhist and the prostitute

You’re not like us

Cause we always change

You see through our sin and

You love us anyway, anyway, anyway!

Yes I wish you would put the words in my mouth God

To tell the world what you’re really like

Not some dead god who lived in some building

But a Father of kindness, a Son of forgiveness, a Spirit who helps me

That’s who you are, that’s who you are, that’s who you are!

Artifacts Review - Leonard Jones and Kevin Prosch

An article of Kevin Prosch and Leonard Jones’ Artifacts album. Leonard is a gifted musician and he displays his talents without reservation. He teams up with lyricist Kevin Prosch to make one impressive Christian album. If you need inspiration or a renewing of your faith, this CD offers help with those issues. The album has a diverse array of songs and sounds making it truely an indie effort. Only for those who enjoy music from the artist and not the record executive.

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So Come (Lyrics)

Just heard Misty Edwards sing this song. It’s pretty special:

You have taken the precious from the worthless
And given us beauty for ashes, love for hate
You have chosen the weak things of the world
To shame that which is strong
And the foolish things to shame the wise
You are help to the helpless
Strength to the stranger
And a father to the child thats left alone
You invited the thirsty to come to the water
And those who have no money come and buy

So come
Come, so come

Behold the days are coming
For the Lord has promised
When the plow man will overtake the reaper
And our hearts will be the threshing floor
and the move of God we cried out for will come
Surely come, Oh God
And you will shake the heavens and fill your house with glory
Turn the shame of the outcast into praise
Now all creation groans and waits
for the Spirit and Bride to say
the words that your heart has longed to hear

So come
Come, so come