Inhabit Our Praise
Inhabit Our Praise

Inhabit Our Praise

Andy Baker

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I’m really excited to share this song with you as it is fun, funky, and highlights several of the fundamental elements of Homegrown Worship.

Writing slow and mid-tempo devotional songs comes quite naturally to me but it requires a little more energy and confidence to pen the kind of praise anthem that can kick off a time of corporate worship. The scripture that inspires this song encourages us to rejoice, so I dialled the metronome a little higher than usual.

Our regular bass player Max was encouraged to go a little wild with this one - fusing gospel, disco, and funk components. So often worship songs veer towards the middle of the road creatively and I was pleased to try something that took me in a new direction stylistically.

The song centres around the concept of welcoming God into our midst collectively and inviting Him into our lives each day. Homegrown Worship was birthed out of my daily devotional routine and this song summarises some of the bread and butter beliefs I’m eager to share. My aim has been to get to know God more personally each day through spending time with him each morning… without seeking His face our relationship with Him is unlikely to be as personal as it should be.

We welcome You our God

We welcome You our God

1 Thessalonians 5 - Rejoice always, pray continually

Psalm 22:3 - God inhabits the praise of His people

2 Chronicles 7:14

If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.

About The Artist

My journey in music began in 1996 after being invited to join the worship band at All Saints, Ecclesall in Sheffield. I only knew 3 chords at the time and soon learned I wouldn’t need to know too much more for most Sunday services. My friend Robin then showed me how to program a drumbeat on Cubase and I’ve been a certified music production addict for 21 years. As well…

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