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Our Newest Hymns

Familiar TuneHymnRecording
By Your Breath

This hymn reminds us of the Bible’s wonderful truth: by the breath of His mouth God spoke creation into being; by the breath of His mouth He fills us with His Spirit; and by the breath of His mouth He inspired all Scripture. What a beautiful picture of God’s personal, powerful love!
Christ in Psalm 4

Christ in Psalm 4 reminds us that even in the times of our deepest, most desperate need, Almighty God loves, protects, and answers when we pray.
*Christ in Psalm 67

In the human Jesus Christ we see our Father in all His majestic, tender, holy magnificence! Know Him! Trust Him! Praise Him!
Christ Is Shining in You

Based directly on Ephesians 5:8-14, this contemporary hymninspires us to walk in the beautiful light of the Living Christ.


I Look to You

In the Bible, the ideas of “waiting” and “hoping” are inseparably linked. As we look to God, we wait in hope; and because we hope in Him, we wait patiently, expectantly, joyfully. Here is a hymn that expresses such hopeful, joyful waiting.
Love

Based on the Song of Solomon, this hymn paints a picture of the passionate, eager, self-giving nature of love – the love that is expressed most fully in the love of God.
*Psalm 13

In our most desperate times, the question that often boils to thesurface is, “How long, O Lord?”. This Psalm-hymn helps us express that questionwith a faith firmly rooted in our sovereign, loving God. The tune is familiar.
*Psalm 24

Psalm 24 helps us focus our eyes on our Almighty God – Creator God (v.1), Holy God (vv.2-3), and God enthroned above all (v.4).
Psalm 36

Psalm 36:5-9 is an exuberant picture of the goodness and greatness of Almighty God, here captured in vv.2-3 of this hymn. That picture is framed with the smallness and sinfulness of the human heart (v.1) and our response of simple faith in such a wonderful God (v.4).
Psalm 71

Psalm 71 is the prayer of an older person. This hymn expresses the vulnerability and poignant faith of that timeless psalm. Do you know any older persons who might find this hymn meaningful and moving?
*Psalm 77

Do you ever go through times when life and faith are a struggle? Perhaps now? This hymn is for you. The tune is familiar.
Rich in Christ

Some of the finest hymn tunes in all the world were written by the Welsh, and here is a gem you may not have heard. The text celebrates the unsearchable riches that are ours in Jesus Christ.
Thank You for the Beauty of This Day

Here is a morning hymn that expresses the beauty, the glow, the quiet joy of walking with Your God and Father.
*The Allness of God

Our God is the Source, Sustainer, and Goal of all that is – every place, every time, every person, every circumstance. This hymn helps us sing that glorious truth into the fabric of our hearts, minds, and lives. The tune is familiar.


New Hymn Recordings

Familiar TuneHymnRecording
*A Hymn for the Wilderness
*All One in Christ
*Almighty Life
By Your Breath
*Christ in Psalm 30
Christ in Psalm 4
*Christ in Psalm 67
Christ Is Shining in You
Clothe Me in Humility
Display Your Splendor in Me
For You I Pray God's Peace
*Full Assurance
I Am Your Salvation
I Look to You
If I Could See
Love
May Our Loved Ones Come to Know You
Psalm 113
*Psalm 13
*Psalm 24
Psalm 36
Psalm 46: "God Will Be Exalted"
Psalm 47
Psalm 71
*Psalm 77
Rich in Christ
*Risen with Jesus Christ
Thank You for the Beauty of This Day
*The Allness of God
You Are Calling Me to Yourself
You Are Lord
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