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Our Newest Hymns

Familiar TuneHymnRecording
*Christ in Psalm 8

In Jesus Christ we see the full glory of the Father and thefull glory He is lavishing on us, His human children. Set to a familiar tune.


*Psalm 27

Rejoice with this bright, singable hymn setting for afavorite Psalm of faith and praise. Set to a familiar tune.


Psalm 118

Psalm 118, repeatedly quoted by New Testament writers, isparticularly important during Holy Week and Easter. This hymn setting helps assing the Psalm with Jesus Christ as its focus.


*Christ, Our Source and Goal

Jesus Christ is not simply the corrective for humanity gonewrong. He is our original blueprint, our prototype, and our sure destiny.


Feel the Savior's Heart for People

Feel Jesus’ burning heart for people in His earthlyministry, in His suffering, and in His promises to return.


*Christ in Psalm 38

Jesus Christ took upon Himself the full weight of oursuffering for sin, so vividly depicted in Psalm 38. The tune is familiar.


Jesus Weeps for the Unrepentant

This hymn traces Jesus’ tears through the gospels. Name anytragedy in our violent, unjust world, and a worse tragedy is the fate of thosewho live and die without ever knowing God.


*Psalm 31

On the cross, Jesus committed Himself completely to HisFather, using the words of this ancient Psalm. This hymn setting helps us makeHis prayer our own. Sung to a familiar tune.


*Psalm 11

What a privilege and comfort to take refuge in Almighty God!Set to a somewhat-familiar tune.


Psalm 22

When Jesus prayed on the cross, “My God, my God, why haveyou forsaken me?”, he was quoting Psalm 22. This hymn helps us understand Hisprayer, not as a cry of doubt, but as a deep expression of faith for life’sworst moments.


*Psalm 16

Almighty, all-encompassing God, my Father, You are my hidingplace, my only God, my greatest delight! Set to a familiar tune.


*Christ in Psalm 7

Because Christ, the innocent one, suffered injustice for us,He declares us innocent. Praise His name! Set to a familiar tune, here with anew arrangement.




New Hymn Recordings

Familiar TuneHymnRecording
*Christ in Psalm 38
*Christ in Psalm 7
*Christ in Psalm 8
*Christ, Our Source and Goal
Feel the Savior's Heart for People
Jesus Weeps for the Unrepentant
*Psalm 11
Psalm 118
*Psalm 16
Psalm 22
*Psalm 27
*Psalm 31
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