Asaph's Arrows

by Kings Kaleidoscope

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King's Kaleidoscope pays homage to one of the most prolific musicians in the Bible with their new EP title, Asaph's Arrows. A short glimpse into the expansive song catalog KK has created over the last two years, Asaph's Arrows comprises four songs that have stood out among the rest. These songs are, in short, a quiver full of arrows. They fly straight, they pierce the heart, and they demand a response.

King's Kaleidoscope is an indie rock worship band from Mars Hill Church Ballard. Led by Deacon Chad Gardner, the band is made up of about a dozen musicians, including a string trio, a horns section, two drum kits—and definitely a cymbal or two.


released 28 February 2012

Recorded and Mixed by Brian Eichelberger
Mastered by Troy Glessner
Artwork by Patrick Mahoney
© 2012 Mars Hill Church

Drums - Mark Palfreeman
Bass - Brian Eichelberger
Guitars - Chad Gardner, Eric Shoubridge
Keys - Brian Eichelberger, Chad Gardner
Violin - Brian Eichelberger, Nadia Ifland, Julianne Smith, Grace Yoo
Cello - Lindsay Gardner, Beth Vander Pol
Trombone - Blake Strickland
Trumpet - James Kim

All Creatures, words by St. Francis of Assisi, Arrangement by Chad Gardner (c) Mars Hill Music (ASCAP)
Come Thou Fount, words by Robert Robinson, Arrangement by Austin Ponten & Chad Gardner (c) Mars Hill Music (ASCAP)
In Christ Alone, written by Keith Getty and Stuart Townend (c) Thankyou Music (ASCAP)
Jesus Paid It All written by Alex Nifong (c) Songs (ASCAP), sixsteps Music (ASCAP), Pay Me Please Publishing (ASCAP)



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Track Name: Jesus Paid It All
I hear the Savior say,
“Thy strength indeed is small
Child of weakness, watch and pray
Find in me thine all in all.”

Lord, now indeed I find
Thy power and thine alone
Jesus died my soul to save
And melt the heart of stone

Jesus paid it all
All to him I owe
Sin had left a crimson stain
He washed it white as snow

And when before the throne
I stand in him complete
“Jesus died my soul to save!”
My lips shall still repeat

O praise the one who paid my debt
And raised this life up from the dead!