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Before the Throne

Important Note: When our musical scripts were first written, the choral and accompaniment music for which they were written were current and available. But Christian music literature has a brief shelf life; it goes out of print quickly. (We do not compose music, but write dramatic scripts that work with existing published music literature.)
Rather than remove our scripts because the associated music literature may no longer be available, we have opted to give our users the opportunity to either locate the original music on their own, or substitute music of their own choosing.
Do not plan on using one of our musical scripts until you have made this decision.

The information below includes everything we know about the music literature originally used for this musical. Nothing is gained by writing us for more.

45 minutes / 1 worship leader/narrator

Description
Before the Throne is a worship musical suitable for Sunday morning service. It is a "cantata-type" musical, meaning a series of songs connected by narration. The Narrator is called the Worship Leader.

Depending on the traditions of the congregation, Before the Throne allows for unstructured praise-prayers by audience as well as performers and audience participation in singing worship choruses. The emphasis is on Biblical worship in this musical, stressing communal worship over (choir) performance. The script relies heavily on scripture.

Theme
"To Him who sits on the throne, and to the Lamb, be blessing and honor and glory and dominion forever and ever." (Rev. 5:13)

Music Information
Great is the Lord
Rejoice, Worship and Sing
Let Us See Your Glory
Sing For Joy
We Exalt Thee
Psalm 150
His Love Endures Forever
Peace in the Midst of the Storm
God is Our Refuge
We Fought the Fight

TRAX used throughout; instrumental music used for offertory. His Love Endures Forever (Good Life) by Dan Burgess.

Topics
Worship Leader God's Love God's Care Before the Throne Praise Bow Down Cantata Choir

Downloads
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