My morning reading today included Psalm 73, which contains a number of amazing verses.  Some of my favorites:

Whom have I in heaven but you?
And earth has nothing I desire besides you.
My flesh and my heart may fail,
but God is the strength of my heart
and my portion forever.
– Psalm 73:25-26

It goes right along with a song I’ve been singing a lot recently, “Psalm 73,” written by God but arranged and performed by my talented sister,  Jess Ray.

Jess has produced a number of albums, but some time ago, God laid it on her heart that her next project was to be a gift to his body, the church, and it was to be full of worship songs. She code-named the project “Free, Forever, For Everyone” and used the hashtag #freeforeverforeveryone to keep people updated on the project.

After some extensive planning and a successful Kickstarter campaign, she and a number of friends recorded the album live.   Pure has been released as of last week, and it’s available as she said – Free, Forever, For Everyone.


You can download it via Bandcamp at no charge to you.  The system prompts for a donation, but it’s not required.  Donate to support the project if you like, but her heart is that you would enjoy it, be blessed by it, and share it with others so they can be blessed.  You can get a digital copy for free, or a physical copy for the dirt-cheap price of $4.

My favorite tunes include “Psalm 103” (amazing!), “Psalm 73” (obviously), “Start a Fire,” and “A Mighty Fortress” (written by Martin Luther).  I hope you’re blessed by it!