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I'm a singer-songwriter and worship leader in Nashville, TN; originally from Anguilla, MS and Mobile, AL. Having spent years believing lies about my own value and worth, the Lord finally got through to me to show me how the Truth sets us free!

Now, I'm driven by a strong desire to seek and find Truth in all situations, and to share it with every person who will listen.

My debut album “Lately” released on September 9, 2014 and you can pick it up via this website, or through most online major retailers, including:

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/lately/id907479508
Amazon MP3: http://www.amazon.com/Lately-Alice-Summers/dp/B00MKG45TY

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Speaker: Melody Frazier Morris Melody is a psalmist, singer, intercessor, and prophet. She has served in ministry since 1997 and travels doing schools of the Holy Spirit. Her passion is to see people awakened in their love for Yeshua, equipped in the gifts of the Holy Spirit, and sent to win the world. She and her husband have 4 children serving the Almighty!

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The truth is

The Truth Is Enough

The basic motivation for writing “The Truth Is” was the fact that I had a song called “The Lie” and so I wanted a song about the Truth. I wrote a couple of other songs (here’s one) that just weren’t quite “it” for me. So what did I want to say about the Truth?
First, most of us try to hide the whole truth about who we really are. We do it because we’re afraid we won’t be accepted, if people really knew. I know that girl. I’ve been her.
Like a flower on the wall,
in the shadows feeling so small
Tell me why you
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Since you called2

I Haven't Heard From You - some thoughts behind "Lately"

"Lately" is a song that went through several revisions before it felt just right. The primary idea was inspired by conversations with my husband about those times where you just feel like God is so distant – as we’ve grown in faith, we know that He is not in fact distant but we aren’t able to “sense” His presence at all times.
In fact, the Word promises that whenever we seek God, we will find Him. For example:
Jeremiah 29:13
“You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.”

Psalm 145: 18
“The…Read more
Thelie meme

If We Knew Something Better - writing about "The Lie"

It’s the lie – don’t you know it’s the lie?
Since the beginning of time, the method’s been the same:
Defeat and divide – still, we cling to the lie.
We don’t know anything better;
We just surrender to the lie.

It seems ironic to me that I’m sharing with you about this song the day after my birthday, when my Facebook wall was kindly bombarded with good wishes and encouragement. You would think that it would be impossible to feel lonely and unloved in the midst of that kind of outpouring, right? 

Wrong. Today, it…Read more

Rock Of Ages - Simple treatment for a great hymn

This is such a beautiful hymn. It was written by Augustus Toplady in 1766, and is part of the public domain. I've often heard it interpreted as an upbeat, almost sing-song hymn; but wanted to really highlight the melody and beauty of these words. If you'd like to know more about the story, here's a link that might be interesting to read - but I've heard conflicting views about the actual circumstances that prompted this poem so I'm honestly not sure this is 100% correct. If it is, it's a great story. If…Read more
Under the shadow

I'm Not Paralyzed : writing Under The Shadow (Psalm 91)

Under The Shadow was my response to a writechristiansongs.com challenge. 
By the way, if you're a songwriter and a Christian - any level, really - the free resources and community are worth checking out.

The challenge was to write a song inspired by  Psalm 91, but not word for word and specifically not the whole thing. This was especially hard for me to wrap my head around, initially, because Joseph and I had already written a Psalm 91 song and it was the entire thing. So, first, I had to get that out of my…Read more