New Song – Sound of Your Voice

New song about hearing the voice of the Holy Spirit. It was inspired by a portion of a blog by Jonathan Martin (amazing writer and speaker):

When the familiar voice comes, it is marked by tenderness — there is something sweet about it, and yet almost something that breaks my heart too, in all the ways that pure love does.

Loved being joined by these awesome people:
Stephanie White – vocals
Sara Ciotti – vocals
Pete Coco – bass
Edgar Meeks – drums
Shaun Stols – audio

Sound of Your Voice
Written by Ben Ward

What’s the sound of Your voice
Deep inside my spirit?
Beautiful, powerful
Should I feel it?
What’s the sound of Your voice
In the deepest part of me?
Like the wind, like the rain
Is it something I can see?

Oh, speak to me
Oh, all my longing
Oh, nothing I want more
Oh, than the sound of Your voice

What’s the sound of Your voice
In my hidden places?
Tenderness, bold finesse
Should I taste it?
What’s the sound of Your voice
On the surface of my soul?
Will it terrify, make me mad
Or give a hand to hold?


Oh You break my heart
With every syllable
Oh You make Your mark on me
In me, through me
Resounding, singing


New (Old) Song

Let’s go back to 1997 for this one…Olivia and I weren’t even engaged yet…but I missed her and I hd some darkness that needed light. “Day Over Night” was born…

Day Over Night
Written by Ben Ward

I’m here without sight
Heal me Lord
I’m here without direction
Cut me a path towards
A place of clarity
Somewhere I can see

Father, Comforter, Savior, Friend
Hold me close till this pain has an end
In you I find complete delight
You conquer my darkness like day over night

You’re here with my questions
And all of my heartaches
You’re here with my confusion
When I can’t get it straight
You know my uncertainty
You’re everything I need


You say, “Come to Me with or without
Come to me with your heart hanging out”
You say, “Come and drink when you’re thirsty and dry
Come to me even if you ask why”

I’m here Lord
It’s just me again
I’m here Lord
I’m in need of a friend
I’m here Lord
No one but You
Can make me tender
Overflowing and new