In 2004, a kid came up with a band name.

That kid was me, also known as Scott Larkin, and the band name was "The Clock Patrol."  The name comes from the rallying cry my dad uses whenever Daylight Saving Time enters or exits our lives.

In 2005, through 2006, my Father God directed my focus for music to Him.  As He did this, I found new songs growing inside me.  Now, finally, I'm recording them and creating this site to make them freely available, just as Jesus made eternal life freely available.

Currently, this site, and this music project, are in their early stages, but I'm posting some demos on the music page so you can hear what we're doing and hopefully be blessed and edified by it.


The Gospel is free.  Jesus did not charge the crowds who came to hear about the Kingdom of God that was now at hand.  In fact, on a couple of occasions, He fed them, and picked up the tab, so to speak.  (And, Peter didn't pay Jesus' taxes.  Jesus paid Peter's.  Matthew 17:24-27)

It's not wrong to make one's living off the Gospel - in fact, God commands that we have this right.  (1 Corinthians 9:14)  But Paul didn't use it.  (1 Corinthians 9:18)

It's not wrong for Christian musicians to charge for their music.  But it is absolutely imperative that they search their hearts and seek God on this matter.  It's far too easy to justify ourselves in our own eyes to shield us from what we know in our heart that God wants us to do.  (Luke 16:14-15)

Where is it?

Go to the music page for a list of songs. Each song also has its own page with lyrics, notes, and other information about the song.

I've provided two formats for each song: variable-bitrate MP3, and Vorbis (that's OGG files). If you're not sure which one is right, see the formats page.