Modern Day Cure

New Single: Confident

Modern Day Cure is worship band based in Nashville, TN. The married couple ministry-duo Aaron and Tamar Chipp heart is to exalt Jesus, share His truth, and see people changed by His power. Their name is inspired by Hebrews 13:8, which states “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever.” This truth makes Him the modern day cure. They believe Jesus is the answer the world needs today.

Music, Moods, and Miracles

I am 32 years old. I can still recite verbatim the theme song for COCO Wheats. It was a special treat my mom made for me when I was in elementary school. I haven't had the hot cereal in decades, but I’m singing the theme song now as I write. How? Because music is powerful. Music is spiritual. It has the power to help us remember, influence atmospheres, alter behavior, and open our spirits to a realm beyond what we can see. At its best, music is a vehicle that takes us to the feet of Jesus. At its worst, it drives us to a place Lucifer knew all too well; pride, idolatry, and rebellion. As Christians, it’s important to remember the power of music. It’s my hope that the following scriptural examples will remind you of the importance of music, how it affects our moods, and how it releases miracles. 


God loves music,He created it! Music originated in heaven and its originalintent was to glorify God. Ever since Satan was booted from the throne room, he has tried to pervert music to bring honor to himself.

Daniel 3:1-7

Under King Nebuchadnezzar’s decree to Babylon to worship the golden image, music was used as a tool to designate a time of worship to the image. People from all nations and languages knew it was time to bow down and worship when the sound of certain instruments were released.

Revelation 7:9-10

In the end, true worship will be restored. All nations, tribes, people, and tongues will sing in unity for all eternity. We will worship before the true and living God. With a loud voice we will cry, “Salvation belongs to our God who sits on the throne and to the Lamb!”



1 Samuel 16:14-23

David played the harp and the distressing spirit that tormented King Saul left. Even spirits of oppression and depression surrender to the presence of God through music. When we feel overwhelmed, it’s tempting to listen to music that identifies with our sorrow or condition.

However, breakthrough comes when we fill our spirit with anointed music that declares who God is and what He says about us and our situation.

2 Kings 3:15

In an atmosphere of panic, confusion, and annoyance, the prophet Elisha says, “Bring me a musician.” The musician played and the hand of the Lord came upon Elisha, giving him the ability to give the people a word from God. Worship helps us hear from God when we’re surrounded by chaos, fear, and uncertainty.

Matthew 26:30, Mark 14:26

Even Jesus sang. In the Gospels we see that Jesus led his disciples in a hymn (most historians and scholars believe it was some portion of Ps 114-118) after the last supper. The transition between fellowship and betrayal was worship. Worship helps us follow God’s will even in the hard places.



2 Chronicles 20:1-30

King Jehoshaphat and Judah sent the worship team into battle before the army because they believed the prophetic word that God would fight for them. As they sang, the Lord set ambushments against the enemy. If we believe we have victory in the battles we face, we will worship before we see the white flag of our enemy. As we worship, God is actively and strategically setting us up for victory. Our worship is a weapon.

Acts 16:16-34

Paul and Silas found themselves beaten and thrown in prison for preaching the gospel and casting out demons. Instead of complaining and turning against each other, they prayed and sang praises to God. Their feet were chained, but their hearts were not. As they sang, the power of God showed up, shook the prison, and loosed their bonds. They were able to share the gospel with the jailer of the prison and his entire household was saved. There are times when we feel trapped. Our circumstances may have us chained, but our voices don’t have to be.

When we praise God in the middle of difficulty, God shows up in supernatural ways and gives us the opportunity to be faithful witnesses to lead others to Him.

These are just a few examples from the Scriptures but I hope it encourages and reminds us that music is spiritual. When it’s surrendered in a posture of worship and paired with the word of God, it’s a force that all of hell can’t withstand.

Remember or Rebel

They did not remember the multitude of Your mercies, But rebelled by the sea - the Red Sea. - Psalm 106:7 (NKJV)

It’s Thanksgiving week again! For many of us it means eating our favorite comfort foods, a weekend in sweatpants, and countless moments of awkwardness as we gather with family we love and those we "love with the love of the Lord”. Most importantly, this is a time to remember, reflect, and declare what God has done. But we can’t be truly thankful for what He’s done if we don’t remember what He’s done. 

We all fall prey to forgetfulness. It’s human nature. Psalm 105:5 (NLT) tells us to, Remember the wonders he has performed, his miracles, and the rulings he has given.”

Even David had to remind himself of God’s goodness. He writes:

"Let all that I am praise the Lord; with my whole heart, I will praise his holy name. Let all that I am praise the Lord; may I never forget the good things he does for me. He forgives all my sins and heals all my diseases. He redeems me from death and crowns me with love and tender mercies. He fills my life with good things. My youth is renewed like the eagle’s!"

Psalm 103:1-5 (NLT)

God’s own people, the children of Israel, often did a two-step shuffle with God. With one step they would remember, and the next step they rebelled. God would show up mightily and do a miracle and they'd rejoice. Then, there would be times when they encountered a place where they needed a miracle and they would regret where God led them. Psalm 106:7 (NKJV) says, “They did not remember the multitude of Your mercies, But rebelled by the sea - the Red Sea.” God had just delivered them from slavery and brought them into wealth through signs and wonders. But they quickly forgot this when they were faced with the Red Sea and Pharaoh's army pursuing them. They began to complain and say it would have been better if they died in Egypt. They rebelled. They didn’t want to go any further with Him. 

If we’re honest, we’re a lot like the children of Israel. Life is tough sometimes. Negative circumstances can blur our view and bruised hearts often distort our memory. But let's remember today and always that God is faithful. Let’s remember that He hasn’t forgotten us. Let’s remember that He’s saved us from sin and death. Let’s remember that He’s come through time and time again. Let’s remember that everything good in our lives comes from Him. And when there’s a Red Sea in front of us, an army chasing us, and we feel trapped, let’s remember He’s the one that led us there. This holiday season, let’s choose to keep going with Him even when it seem like we’re going nowhere. By faith and His outstretched arms, the waters will part. 

I hope our turkey is moist, our Mac and Cheese is crispy around the edges, and the gravy flows like the land of milk and honey, but above all I pray we remember all that God has done. For He is good and His unfailing love continues forever. 


Trust the Producer

Tamar and I were in the car the other day listening to CONFIDENT when the Holy Spirit spoke so clearly to me in that moment. 

There was a particular element in the song that we were unsure of while the track was being built in its early stage. We thought it sounded out of place. Our producer (who we affectionately call “Uncle Jay” for his patience and wisdom), told us to hold on and focus on the big picture and that it would all make sense once the other instruments were added to the track. So we listened to Uncle Jay, lived with the track for several weeks as the song began to take shape, and in time, noticed that we started to like the placement of the part we originally questioned. As we were listening back in the car that day, I turned to Tamar and told her how glad I was that we kept that part and how it sits just right in the mix. If that part wasn’t there, something would be missing.

Sometimes there are elements, seasons, and situations in our lives that we don’t like. If we focus on them without a big-picture view, we can become discouraged and disillusioned while God is making something beautiful. He’s the master producer. If we submit to Him in the process, we’ll look back and realize why that “part” of our life had to be there. He’s just making sure that the sound of our lives is full, complete, and reverberates His glory. 

- Aaron

He is Working While We Wait

Like David, we can be confident that God is working as we wait on Him. We have to be careful not to mistake God’s silence for negligence. Often times, we want an immediate answer or sign after we pray. We wait, and after some time, we start to wonder. Did He hear us? Did He get our message? Is He working? The answer is yes. In the silence, God is orchestrating His plan and design that speaks loud ly and clearly in its time. That’s why, sandwiched in the middle of David’s declaration to wait patiently for the Lord, he tells his heart to be brave and courageous.

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