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Sing a new song!

The Psalms practically beg us to keep finding ways to praise our Creator, wonder at the mysteries of his creation, even groan in his presence.

 

King David did this because as a broken man, a broken king even, he knew the greatness of salvation that a righteous and merciful God offered, and he had to sing about it.

Here are some new songs we've been singing recently:

 

Heal Us Emmanuel

Hear My Cry

Rise Up

Come Ye Souls by Sin Afflicted

There's a Wideness in God's Mercy

Gospel Doxology

Psalm 76 (God Is Known Among His People)

Psalm 130 (From Depths of Woe)

Behold Our God

Facing a Task Unfinished

Colossians 3

Still, My Soul Be Still

Hark, the Voice of Love and Mercy (It is Finished, II)

Not What My Hands Have Done

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See our digital songbook

for additional resources.

Heal Us, Emmanuel

Cowper | Morton, Twit (2015)

BEHIND THE SCENES

MORE ABOUT THE SONG

INDELIBLE GRACE

 

 

Hear My Cry

Kirk Ward (2013)

additional song resources

 

 

Rise Up

Isaac Wardell (2014)

On Lamentation in Worship

sheet music

 

 

 

Come Ye Souls by Sin Afflicted

Words: Joseph Swain | Music: Kevin Twit (2013)

song resources

Hymnistry Interview

 

 

 

There's a Wideness In God's Mercy

Words: Frederick Faber | Music: Anthony D. Moore

 

 

Gospel Doxology

Song resources

 

Psalm 76 (God Is Known among His People)

Song resources from Zac Hicks

Psalm 130 (From Depths of Woe)

Song resources from Indelible Grace Music

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