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Our Newest Hymns

Familiar TuneHymnRecording
*Psalm 72

This triumphant hymn celebrates the ultimate reign of the ultimate king, Jesus Christ. Meaningful for Advent, Christ the King Sunday, or anytime. Set to a familiar tune.
*Make All Things New

Some of the most moving passages in all of scripture are in Isaiah’s prophecies of the new creation. This hymn attempts to gather that beautiful panorama into a hymn, set to a familiar tune. For Advent or anytime.
*Psalm 110

Psalm 110 is the Old Testament passage most often cited in the New Testament. It is central to our understanding of Jesus Christ. This hymn enables us to sing its truths to a classic hymn tune. Meaningful for Christ the King Sunday or year-round. To a familiar tune.
*Psalm 8

How stunning is the magnificence of God painted across the night sky! This hymn draws on that magnificence as expressed in Psalm 8. To a familiar tune.
*Created for Union with God

Our loving God created us as needy creatures in order to bind us to Himself, the Source of all. He has destined us to eternally share all the riches of His own being. Set to a familiar tune.
*Psalm 98

Celebrate the coming of Jesus Christ with this jubilant hymn based on Psalm 98. For Advent or anytime, set to a familiar tune.
*Star Hymn

“Star Hymn” traces the star theme throughout scripture, from the stars of Genesis 1, to the Star of Bethlehem, to the Bright, Morning Star of Revelation. Especially meaningful for Christmas and Epiphany, colorfully set to a familiar tune.
*Psalm 111

This hymn of praise and worship can be sung alone or with the hymn based on its companion Psalm, Psalm 112. The two hymns are set to the same highly-singable tune. Suitable for Thanksgiving or year round.
Go to the Wilderness!

Through the rough and wild John the Baptist, God was calling His people back to the wilderness where their faith in Him had first been formed. John was confrontive, stripping them of their comfortable excuses. He challenged, warned, and invited the people with brutal, unadorned honesty. For Advent.
Psalm 39

How can we human creatures, so very small and brief, find deep and lasting meaning? This hymn points us to the truths found in Psalm 39 and to the eternal God who lavishly gives us all He is.
*Eternal Life Is Knowing You

How wonderful is God’s revelation of Himself in Jesus Christ! The more we know Him, the more we realize that all life, joy, and peace is knowing Him. We are complete in Jesus Christ. Sing at Christmas or year-round. The tune is familiar.
Psalm 26

Here is a piercing hymn of self-examination and commitment, based on Psalm 26.


New Hymn Recordings

Familiar TuneHymnRecording
As You Loved Me
Be Still
Beyond Myself
*Christ in Psalm 3
*Created for Union with God
*Eternal Life Is Knowing You
*For Such a Time As This
*Freedom Hymn
Go to the Wilderness!
God Is Calling
*Make All Things New
My Life Is Not My Own
*Psalm 110
*Psalm 111
*Psalm 112
Psalm 23
Psalm 26
*Psalm 28
Psalm 39
Psalm 46
*Psalm 72
*Psalm 73
*Psalm 8
*Psalm 98
*Psalms 42-43
*Star Hymn
The Beauty of Christ
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