Liturgy of Seasons​-​Vol. III: Spring's Ardor

by The Crossing Music

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My beloved speaks and says to me:
 “Arise, my love, my beautiful one, and come away, for behold, the winter is past;
 the rain is over and gone. The flowers appear on the earth,
 the time of singing has come...
–Song of Solomon 2:10-12

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released 12 April 2015

Produced* by Latifah Phillips & David A. Cover
Mixed by Dave Wilton at St. Ida's Studio in Lafayette, CO
Mastered by Ed Brooks at RFI Mastering in Seattle, WA
*“Trees Will Clap” produced by David A. Cover, Latifah Philips, & Andrew Camp; & “Fortuna Minor” produced by David A. Cover

Engineered by David A. Cover.
Additional engineering by Latifah Phillips, Wil Reeves, Andrew Camp, & Barrett Knox. Editing by David A. Cover & Latifah Phillips
Recorded between October 2014 & February 2015 at The Rock Quarry, Centro Cellar Studio, Soussol Studio, & the Haslag’s house in Columbia, MO & St. Ida’s Studio in Lafayette, CO
“Satisfied” strings recorded by Stella Chuang at The Record Company in Boston, MA

Vinyl cut by JJ Golden at Golden Mastering in Ventura, CA
“Liturgy of Seasons” illustrations by Christine Cover
“Copper” poem by Patrick Miller
Artwork & design by Kevin Keith

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Track Name: Redeeming Love
Now begin the heavenly theme,
sing aloud in Jesus’ name;
ye who His salvation prove,
triumph in redeeming love.

Mourning souls dry up your tears,
banish all your guilty fears;
see your guilt and curse remove,
cancelled by redeeming love.

Hither then your music bring,
strike aloud each joyful string;
join, ye saints, the hosts above,
join to praise redeeming love.

When death no longer stings,
You’ll lead us home;
triumphant bells will ring,
angels are singing.
Track Name: Love Eternal
High beyond imagination
is the love of God to man;
far to deep for human reason,
fathom that it never can.

Love eternal, Love eternal
richly dwells in the Lamb.

Love like Jesus none can measure,
nor can its dimensions know,
‘tis a boundless endless river,
and its waters freely flow.

Come ye thirsty, come ye thirsty,
come and taste its streams below.

High and deep, love so sweet.
Track Name: O the Deep, Deep Love of Jesus
O, the deep, deep love of Jesus,
vast unmeasured, boundless free;
rolling as a mighty ocean
in its fullness over me.
Underneath me, all around me,
is the current of Thy love;
leading onward, leading homeward,
to Thy glorious rest above.

O the deep, deep love of Jesus;
spread His praise from shore to shore.
How He loveth, ever loveth,
changeth never, nevermore.
How He watches o'er His loved ones,
died to call them all His own;
how for them He intercedeth,
watches over them from the throne.

Bloom my soul, burry my pride.
Bloom my soul; bound my will to Your Spirit’s current.

O the deep, deep love of Jesus;
love of every love the best:
'Tis an ocean vast of blessing,
'tis a haven sweet of rest.
O the deep, deep love of Jesus,
'tis a heaven of heavens to me;
and it lifts me up to glory,
for it lifts me up to Thee.
Track Name: Satisfied
All my life long I had panted
for a drink from some cool spring
that I hoped would quench the burning

of the thirst I felt within.

Hallelujah. He has found me,
the One my soul so long has craved.

Jesus satisfies all my longings;
through His blood I now am saved.

Poor I was, and sought for riches,

something that would satisfy,
but the dust I gathered round me

only mocked my soul’s sad cry.

You chased my dried soul,
breathing life into my bones.

Well of water, ever springing,

Bread of Life so rich and free,

untold wealth that never faileth,

my Redeemer is to me.
Track Name: The Morning Star
Come all ye hungry, starving souls,
that feed upon the wind,
and vainly strive with earthly toils
to fill an empty mind.
Eternal Wisdom has prepared
a soul-reviving feast;
and bids your longing appetites
the rich provision taste.

The Morning Star shines brightly forth
in bursting light that fills the earth
like April rain to wash away
the darkened stain.

Ye perishing and naked poor,
who work with mighty pain
to weave a garment of your own
that will not hide your sin;
come naked, and adorn your souls
in robes prepared by God,
wrought by the labors of his Son,
and dyed in his own blood.

Rivers of love and mercy here
in a rich ocean your floods appear.
Track Name: Trees Will Clap
Turn your ear, hear His voice,
“Sinners come, and rejoice,
through my Son, I set you free;
pardon won, upon my tree.

“All who thirst, take and eat,
without price, wine and wheat
come and buy, to satisfy,
yourself on love, yourself on Me.”

With your Word, undeaf my ears,
“S2eek ye God, while He’s near.”

Trees will clap, clap their hands,
mountains sing, oceans hymn.
Take Your joy, fill the earth.
Lead us up and further in.

“Are My thoughts, like your thoughts?
Do you fear, do you doubt?
Know I sow, through storm and tears
to reap in joy when Spring appears.

Take our souls, make them mend;
mercy reigns without end.