Psalms Ministry

This page is for info about the Psalms Ministry of Highland Piano Studios. Please email or call with any questions.


Let me introduce myself.  I am Patrick Lee Hébert, composer/pianist and evangelist. I have a one hour concert to share with your parishioners. This piano solo concert with dissertation focuses on the life of King David and could highlight a Sunday night service, Bible study, or weekday presentation.We also love to do senior events and retreat performances. My son Patrick is also part of this concert, and is Nineteen years old. He has crossed this great nation along side me since he was seven years old. You can read the information below or contact me for more information about us. I will send you a promotional kit with my mission statement and set up needs. I charge nothing for the service, and love offerings are appreciated but not expected. I do ask that I may sell our CDs after the concert. 


This ministry of Psalms has been a help to me as well as a blessing, and as the world comes to hear the music they will be blessed to hear the Word.  The message is simple, everyday situations likened to the life of King David. People are blessed and challenged to relate to God’s Word.


Read more in the following papers and see why a “Psalms Concert” is a nice diversion that will allow people to come to service that may never have come before. Music binds us all together, and I hope to bless your congregation as God sees in His vision; love for all who ask.

 Hear some full song samples of “Meditations on the Psalms of King David” and songs from Patrick Lee Hebert II’s debut album ” Looking Through the Rain” Here: Psalms Music


The Psalms of the Bible contain virtually every situation and experience known to human existence.  The Good Lord, through King David, provides hope, exoneration, forgiveness and His never-ending love for us, His children.

These piano solos reflect the feelings and emotional responses of King David as he approaches his reign over Israel and as king of God’s people.  Many of the Psalms were songs to be sung by the congregation as well as prayers for forgiveness and victory over many enemies.

We can all relate to the life of King David in some way.  From shepherd boy to warrior, harpist to king, we see God’s providence in his life.  We can trust the Lord to deliver us, as well, from any and all situations.

David was “A man after God’s own heart”.  He was ready to ask forgiveness for his sins and praise God for the outcome.  Many miracles happened in his life as he led the people of Israel, and his thanks and praise were sung upon rooftops.  These meditations in music are meant to comfort and offer a prayer of thanks to the Lord for His love.  As He loved King David, He loves us.

“I have found, in writing these songs, a much deeper faith and trust in God.  I give Him the glory for being His instrument and dedicate this album to Him.  I pray you are blessed by these meditations in music. I hope you will read the Psalms and find the comfort and joy God has for all of us.”    – Patrick Lee Hébert


Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me.

Cast me not away from thy presence; and take not thy holy spirit from me.

Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation; and uphold me with thy free spirit.

Then will I teach transgressors thy ways; and sinners shall be converted unto thee. PS 51 10-13


In His name,


Patrick Lee Hébert