“In the Resurrection Code” is an album that happened without expectation. In other words, I didn’t sit down with an intent to create a new album. It happened as a result of me spending time before Creator seeking to understand more about being “in Him.” Someone had ordered a personal song. I decided to do that song with the 713 Hz frequency and after completing it, this album started to flow out of me.
Through this process, I’d been meditating and marinating (as I call it) on the death, burial and resurrection scene as described in Matthew. I’d also been taking the 713 Deep Restoration music (sound) essence for several months. In my opinion, the essence only added to the depth of what I felt coming through this experience. I’d been reading the sacrifice, death, and resurrection of Jesus (Matthew 26 – 28). While creating the music, I was seeing the scene play out in my imagination. At the same time, I was stepping “into Him” as a participant in the resurrection process.
To whet your appetite about this upcoming album release, here is a quick description of each song.
Album Title: “Into the Resurrection Code”
- Living Sacrifice – In the upper room, the twelve meet with Jesus for the last time. He knows he’s about to die. Then, it’s to the garden of Gethsemane. Sweating blood, He understands the gravity of what He’s about to do. In an emotional statement, He utters “Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass from me. However, not my will but Thou!” The song ends with Jesus being turned over to be crucified.
- Recalibration – Moving directly from the death sentence, Jesus is marched to Golgotha. After He dies, He’s put into the grave where the recalibration process begins. It’s much like that of a caterpillar in the reconstruction process to become a butterfly.
- Transformation – Arise and come forth! This is the point of transformation where all it involves is stepping into that resurrection code tuning creation back into it’s relationship with God.
As we step into this resurrection code, we become a new creation. Like Lazarus, we can come forth and begin a new life with our Creator.
When will this album be ready? My hope is early spring, 2018.