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Totally Free Music: Kindgom Coming by Shaun Groves

Posted By Web Team On November 25, 2008 @ 12:25 pm In Join the Cause | 8 Comments

After seven years of selling music on those little silver discs, I’m giving it away [3]. My new song, “Kingdom Coming,” is totally free. But it might cost you something else.

Let me explain.

When you download the song [4] you will not be asked for any money, or a friend’s e-mail address, or to fill out a survey.

“Kingdom Coming” is totally free. Truly! No strings attached.

But the song, I hope, will move many who hear it to give to those in tremendous need around the world, and right next door.

“Kingdom Coming” was inspired by my many years of partnering with Compassion to release children from poverty in 25 of the world’s poorest countries [5].

Four years ago, after seeing for myself how far a little goes in the developing world, my wife and I were inspired to sell our house, cut off the cable and make several other changes in an effort to simplify our lives so that others could simply live.

Because of those changes our expenses are so low that we’ve been able to do nothing for the last four years but sing and speak (100 times a year) and blog [6] on behalf of Compassion, at no charge to the public.

In that time thousands of children have been sponsored [7] through Compassion and have been educated, fed, healed, played with, and told about the love of Jesus as a result. This free download [4], and the ones to follow, are just the next logical progression for us.

When you visit http://www.shaungroves.com/freemusic [4], you’ll see a small link to compassion.com. My hope is that thousands of you will download “Kingdom Coming” for free, enjoy it, and then click that link and decide to meet the physical and spiritual needs of a child through a local church in the developing world by sponsoring them.

Helping me spread “Kingdom Coming” and the free music download page [4] is helping bring the Kingdom (God’s will done on earth as it is in heaven) to the developing world.

Please, e-mail this song or link to a friend [4], use it at your church, play it on the radio, make a YouTube video, let your Facebook friends know about it. I own this song and all rights to it, and you hereby officially have my permission to use it in anyway you’d like as long as no one’s being charged to hear it.

Thank you for listening, giving and passing this music and message on.

Please let me know [8] if I can ever serve you in any way.

Shaun [9]


Kingdom Coming [10] from Shaun Groves [11] on Vimeo [12].


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[1] subscribe to our blog: http://feeds.feedburner.com/CompassionBlogPosts

[2] Web Team: https://plus.google.com/+compassioninternational

[3] After seven years of selling music on those little silver discs, I’m giving it away: http://s3.amazonaws.com/shaungroves/kingdomcoming.zip

[4] download the song: http://www.shaungroves.com/freemusic/

[5] 25 of the world’s poorest countries: http://www.compassion.com/about/where/default.htm

[6] blog: http://www.shaungroves.com/shlog/

[7] thousands of children have been sponsored: http://www.compassion.com/sponsor_a_child/default.htm

[8] let me know: mailto:shaunfanmail@bellsouth.net

[9] Shaun: http://shaungroves.com/about/

[10] Kingdom Coming: http://vimeo.com/867930

[11] Shaun Groves: http://vimeo.com/user429071

[12] Vimeo: http://vimeo.com

[13] Image: http://blog.compassion.com/dominican-republic-blog-trip/

[14] Image: http://blog.compassion.com/how-about-some-free-christmas-music/

[15] Image: http://blog.compassion.com/free-christmas-music-from-folk-angel/

[16] Image: http://blog.compassion.com/blog-trip-to-the-dominican-republic/

[17] Image: http://blog.compassion.com/compassion-bloggers-going-uganda/

[18] Image: http://blog.compassion.com/creating-freedom-from-poverty/

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