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S.D.G. - Rejoice In The Lord (CCM)

The song 'Rejoice In The Lord' by S.D.G. is a beautiful and inspiring song that encourages us to find our happiness in the Lord. The lyrics are based on Gospel Philippians 4:4-7, which reminds us to always rejoice in the Lord, and not to be anxious about anything. The song speaks of the transformation that takes place in a person's life when they accept Jesus as their Savior, and how they can find peace in Him. The chorus, which repeats the phrase 'Rejoice the Lord,' is a powerful reminder to always find joy in our relationship with God.

S.D.G. - Rejoice In The Lord The melody and harmony of the song are uplifting and create a sense of joy and peace. The lyrics are sung with conviction and sincerity, making the listener feel the depth of the message. It's a song that anyone can enjoy, regardless of their musical preferences or beliefs.

Listening to 'Rejoice In The Lord' is a great way to start your day, or to lift your spirits when you're feeling down. It's a reminder that no matter what challenges we face in life, we can always find peace and joy in the Lord. So, take a moment to listen to this beautiful song and let it remind you to rejoice in the Lord always.


About S.D.G.

The ways of God are mysterious. I was born and grew up in Lithuania. My path to the field of worship music began some decades ago - started as a choir member in a local worship music jazz-style project, and later I played acoustic guitar in the ensemble of this group. Around the same time, my wife and I released a CD of our own songs "Let's Enjoy" ( A few years later, when asked about further plans, I then replied that I only see the meaning of creativity (if any) in the music of God's praise. I said it spontaneously and didn’t think (because we don’t know, and the Lord knows). And here, some years later, someone in me pushed me to take up the books of the Psalms again and to convey the important messages set out in them in the style of rock music. And then from somewhere, from mysteries unknown to me, one after another, in a relatively short period of time, songs began to be born, and so the word became flesh. This whole Soli Deo Gloria project took about 2 years from the birth of the idea to the release of digital media (am on the way to vinyl publishing). If very briefly, for this project (S.D.G. - Soli Deo Gloria) I brought together local musicians I know to record in the studio and invited other musicians from other countries in the world who kindly responded positively and joined the project, and with the help of the Lord, we did so. And thus, by firmly saying "Yes" to God, we can contribute to the spread of God's word to listeners around the world. I took rock-style music (with which I grew up) as the best suited for this project, so I chose it as a means of expression. I hope that we, as a global team, and I personally, have succeeded. Thank God for that. Currently, S.D.G. project develops further and joined into cooperation with UK singer & songwriter Peter Simon Bailey to produce strong, positive, and faithful messages to the listener!

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