Be Carried Into God's Presence
Perfect Moving PrayerWaves For Worship and ushering
in An Atmosphere of Kingdom Peace
VOW PrayerWaves is a name given to these specific creations of worship. They are labours of love, compositions of moving prayer, scriptures, intercessions and living sounds created for resting, healing and meditating in prayer and word.
Created to usher in the presence of the almighty and remember our loving Creator.
At VOW, we are devoted to and love Father God, Jesus Christ & Holy Spirit, the omnipotent, omnipresent, omniscient source of all life and aim to put that love to and fro in all the prayerWaves and VOW programmes we create.
They are good for clearing atmospheres and bringing in an atmosphere of tangible love and appreciation for the presence of God and Christ!
We proclaim His name and majesty, scriptures, Hebrew and English. Specifically created to express thanks to God for life, creation in knowing Yeshua of Nazareth, the Light of the World (Alpha and Omega and contain subtle waves of devotional praye to Heavenly Father and Aleph Tav (Alpha and Omega) and the characteristics according to the canon of scriptures called the Bible.
We understand that pure nature tones are naturally are proven to be a tonic for soaking and rejuvenation and we combined them with that power purposely sourced the purest sounds of beautiful creation sounds to reveal God's Love, clarify, heal, clean and adjust you in your need in the purest of ways. All of the natural creation cries out the Love and return of him as he Loves us!
PrayerWave sounds release the Kingdom of God wherever released or played though we recommend headphones for optimal Effect. Enjoy and celebrate Fathers love and all that Jesus Christ did for us and cleanse your life and atmosphere.
They all take time to pour through into creation and it is hoped they touch you and take you into moments of presence with Heavenly Father and to the Kingdom of Heaven Within. God Bless You!
The Love of God is the Single Greatest Truth of ALL
Why Prayerwaves and chanting & monastic forms of worship and Meditation?
Prayer Chanting and meditating is a natural form of connecting to God, though through many years, and yes even in some Christian denominations, there has been more caution on on what is considered eastern methods of Chanting. However there is no need to fear and throw out the baby with the bathwater because there is value and truth in some methods of expression. God examines the heart and there are so many variations of praise and prayer worldwide, it is difficult to answer directly whether a Christian should chant. Like so many things not specifically defined in the Bible that come to daily life and living, the answer comes down to your faith, motive, intention and who you are worshipping. VOW does not advocate New Age practices are more monastic using these prayers are Words, scripture and Jesus Christ of Nazareth centred.
The Bible in fact records many songs of worship, calls to worship, and prayers (see some in Ephesians 5:19, Colossians 3:16, and many of the Psalms), but it does not tell us how to sing or express these prayers. Psalm 95:1–2 tells us to make a joyful noise in honor of God.
Music itself is neither right nor wrong though we all have preferences and some certainly do not honour God so it becomes truly based on the lyrical content, the motive of those performing, and the subject or object of their singing. We can apply the same principle with ancient Holy words in chanting and prayer to honor God and meditate on His word.
VOW has created this PrayerWaves and Meditations specifically using ancient Hebrew and Scriptures from the canon of the Bible. We caution anyone for chanting for the sakes of appearance to only look righteous before man, nor do we encourage chanting or trying to enter into a trance or altered state.
We want to deepen your love, faith and presence with the Christ and Father Gos so we use chanting The Word in songs or a prayer in honour of God, to show Him thankfulness or to worship to deepen our intimacy and love for him, to seek His direction oand help and to be present in a beautiful expression to our creator. Finally as an added not for example many hymns, such as “Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee” were originally used as a chant and is still loved and used in reverence to God.
Throughout the world, is countless variations of chanting include cheers at concerts and events, basic two-note or tone repetitive singing, simple and complex melodies and harmonies, and various forms of speech, language, battle cries, protest shouts, and singing and more.