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Robby Cummings / BTV / Blog

Beyond The Veil

Psalms 91, He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High Shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the LORD, “He is my refuge and my fortress; My God, in Him I will trust.”

Beyond the veil is where we need to be, this is our place of refuge, He is our fortress. To His little warrior bride he is calling her to his side, to wake up from her slumber...and fill the lamp! The time is now, the storm is in the horizon and the Kingdom of Yah is at hand. I believe this song is a prophetic message to the bride to wake up and get ready. A call to the nations come and worship the KING!!

Back to our Father

Consider the enormous significance of this monumental historical event. Picture Jesus' loud and painful cry "it is finished" (Jn.19:30), as the Roman solder plunges a spear deep into his side and his life blood drains to the ground. At the same instant, the Temple veil tears apart as a powerful earthquake shakes Jerusalem. Furthermore, picture the high priest who having just condemned Jesus to death the night before was splashing the blood of Passover lambs against the altar of God.

When Jesus cried out "it is finished" and the curtain tore, the relationship between God and humanity was altered forever. The tearing of the curtain of separation from top to bottom forever opens the way for all humanity to eventually fellowship directly with God the Father.

Beyond The Veil.

NEW CD!!

Happy to announce that the new CD "Story OF A King" will be fully released on Jan 1st. Story Of A King is a contemplation of the newest songs caught live during 2011, the whole album is LIVE!!

You Never Know

Have an inspiring story to share with you all. This Saturday morning BTV was rehearsing at a local church. We had a productive morning as we got rough cuts laid down on 3 new songs. As it drew close to the time that we had to leave we started just “jamming in the spirit” if you will. We do that a lot. Its as much about hearing the music as it is feeling it. So there we were, all playing what ever came to us. Robby was singing in the sprit what ever came into his heart. I happened to open my eyes and look towards the entrance to the church and saw a stranger standing there. He quickly ducked back behind the entrance wall. After we finally finished Richard went to see if that stranger was still there because none of us knew him and he wasn’t a member of the church. Richard found this gentleman standing behind the entrance wall just weeping uncontrollably. Richard asked him if he was okay, if he needed help. The man stated that he just happened to be walking by the church and heard this amazing sound coming from it that unexplainably drew him inside to see what it was. He said he was okay and started to leave. Richard invited him in to meet us and pray with us but he just really wanted to leave. So here’s the thing. “You never know” when your praise, worship and living your life for God will touch someone when they need it most - so never stop !!

What Do You Think?

Hey Friends, Joey here. So at our rehearsal this past weekend, we had some interesting discussions. These discussions got me thinking and thinking got me praying and praying got me dreaming. Now, I’m all excited but not sure what to think about it so I am putting my thoughts out for your feedback. Here is the dream – Low Country Worshipping Arts Center. A venue/building where anyone – musicians, painters, sculptures, etc, anyone who worships through art, can bring their art to the people. As a struggling musician, I know how hard it is to find places to play praise and worship music. Outside of churches, there just isn’t much opportunity for the smaller, yet to be discovered, artists to share their passion with other believers. Imagine a place where any worship artist would be accepted. A venue where any night of the week – Love for God is on display through all forms of art. A place where families could take their kids and know it is family friendly. I’m not talking about another church – I’m talking about a place where people go to see and join in artistic worship of our Savior. No denominations, no religious customs, no preaching – just a place for people to gather and worship. Stealing a line from one of my favorite artists, Kim Walker, a place to have a “Love encounter with God” any night of the week. So what do you all think? I continue to pray about this in hopes of figuring out if this is really a “God Thing” or just my own crazy imagination. I would love to hear feedback from you. Positive or Negative – I need feedback. Pray about it. Tell me what you hear. My dreams of this place are big – so big that they will only happen if it truly is a “God Thing”. Thanks for reading, God Bless Joey (BTV)

Fall Show Schedule

Ok friends. We are currently in the process of trying to hammer down our fall show schedule. If you are in a church group, involved with a fall festival, in a college group, or know of any family/youth events that you think would be a good match with BTV's Contemporary Christian music then please contact us asap about playing for your event. The sooner you contact us, the better choice of available dates you will have. Have a blessed day and thank you in advance. Joey BTV

Christian Music Charts

BTV was ranked #2 in the Charleston area and #1404 in the U.S. on the Reverb Nation Christian music charts today. This is because or you - our friends - coming to view our page to listen to our music and see what we are up too. We want to thank each and every one of you for your support. Notice I refered to you as friends - because BTV doesnt have fans - we have friends. We consider everyone of you a friend. Thank you again. Be blessed. Peace.

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