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1. Download More Hymns for Praise Worship: Piano/Guitar/Vocal Edition Ebook Free

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2. Praise To The Lord, The Almighty, Musica Sacra, Christian Hymns, The Book Of Praise, Religious Vocal

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Praise To The Lord, The Almighty, Musica Sacra, Christian Hymns, The Book Of Praise, Religious Vocal


3. Download [(Felix Mendelssohn: Vocal Score: Hymn of Praise (SATB)-Revised Novello Edition)]

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4. Through All The Changing Scenes, Musica Sacra, Christian Hymns, The Book Of Praise, Religious Vocal

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Through All The Changing Scenes, Musica Sacra, Christian Hymns, The Book Of Praise, Religious Vocal


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6. Thine Be The Glory, Musica Sacra, Christian Hymns, The Book Of Praise, Religious Vocal Works

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7. Great Hymns for Praise and Worship (Piano/Vocal/Guitar Book Download Free

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Great Hymns for Praise and Worship (Piano/Vocal/Guitar Book Download Free Donwload Here http://tinyurl.com/nftkhw9 Feature * 17 songs, including: A Mighty Fortress Is Our God * How Great Thou Art * Just As I Am * The Old Rugged Cross * Were You There? * What A Friend We Have In Jesus * When I Survey The Wondrous Cross * Wondrous Love * and more. Donwload Here http://tinyurl.com/nftkhw9 Download Great Hymns for Praise and Worship (Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook) Download Great Hymns for Praise and Worship (Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook) PDF Download Great Hymns for Praise and Worship (Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook) Kindle Download Great Hymns for Praise and Worship (Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook) Android Download Great Hymns for Praise and Worship (Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook) Full Ebook Download Great Hymns for Praise and Worship (Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook) Free Download Great Hymns for Praise and Worship (Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook) E-Reader Download Great Hymns for Praise and Worship (Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook) in English


8. With You I'm Born Again (Instrumental Track Without Background Vocal) (Karaoke in the style of...

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9. Christian Hymns with Lyrics - I Know that My Redeemer Lives

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Christian Hymns playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=BD1B04EAC0152F4B I Know that My Redeemer Lives lyrics Tune: Truro Words: Samuel Medley Pipe organ and vocal with lyrics words easter 


10. Christian Hymns with Lyrics / Charles Wesley - Rejoice, the Lord is King

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Christian Hymns with Lyrics / Charles Wesley - Rejoice, the Lord is King Christian Hymns playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=BD1B04EAC0152F4B Vocals with lyrics and pipe organ words easter Tune: Darwall Words: Charles Wesley 


11. Christian Hymns with Lyrics: Poor Sinner, Dejected With Fear ( Harmony Vocals )

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Christian Hymns with Lyrics: Poor Sinner, Dejected With Fear ( Harmony Vocals ) Christian Hymns playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=BD1B04EAC0152F4B Words: William Gadsby Music: Katy Bowser and Matthew Perryman Jones 1. Poor sinner, dejected with fear, Unbosom thy mind to the Lamb; No wrath on His brow He does wear, Nor will He poor mourners condemn; His arm of omnipotent grace Is able and willing to save; A sweet and a permanent peace He'll freely and faithfully give. 2. Come just as thou art, with thy woe, Fall down at the feet of the Lamb; He will not, He cannot say, "Go", But surely will take out thy stain A fountain is opened for sin, And thousands its virtues have proved He'll take thee, and plunge thee therein, And wash thee from filth in His blood. 3. The soul that on Jesus relies, He'll never, no never deceive; He freely and faithfully gives More blessings than we can conceive; Yea, down to old age He will keep, Nor will He forsake us at last; He knows and is known by His sheep; They're His, and He will hold them fast. 


12. Christian Hymns with lyrics - Our God, Our Help in Ages Past / Psalm 90 - Isaac Watts

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Christian Hymns playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=BD1B04EAC0152F4B Christian Hymn with lyrics - Our God, Our Help in Ages Past / Psalm 90 - Isaac Watts Words by Isaac Watts (1719), Music by William Croft (1708) "Our God, Our Help in Ages Past" is a sacred hymn still sung at all festive occasions in England, considered one of the grandest in the English hymnody. It is a paraphrase of Psalm 90, a psalm of Moses, originally consisting of nine stanzas. Today, the hymn is usually limited to stanzas one, two, three, five and nine. In 1738 John Wesley in his hymnal, Psalms and Hymns, changed the first line to the text from "Our God" to "O God." The hymn was originally part of The Psalms of David Imitated in the Language of the New Testament, published by Watts in 1719. In this book he paraphrased in Christian verse the entire psalter with the exception of twelve psalms which he felt were unsuited for Christian usage. This hymn ranks as one of the finest of Watts's more than 600 hymns. Isaac Watts (1674-1748), born on July 17, 1674 in Southampton, England, is often called the father of English hymnody. The eldest of nine children, his father was an educated deacon in a dissenting Congregational church. At the time of Isaac's birth, his father was in prison for his non-conformist beliefs. Watts showed an unusual aptitude and literary genius as a boy. From 5 until 13 years old, he learned Latin, Greek, French, and Hebrew, and began to write quality verses. He had the habit of rhyming ordinary conversations that sometimes annoyed people around him. As a student of theology and philosophy, he wrote volumes which had powerful influence on English thinking during the late 17th and early 18th centuries. One of his early concerns was the deplorable state in which congregational singing had degenerated in most English-speaking churches. Watts was seen as a radical churchgoer who was critical of the slow singing. One Sunday, after returning from a service, young Isaac was challenged by his father, "why don't you give us something better to sing?" Watts, then aged 18, accepted his father's challenge. The next Sunday he produced his first hymn, with enthusiastic response from the congregation. He wrote new hymn texts every Sunday for the next two years. In a book Hymns and Spiritual Songs, he published over 200 hymns. Watts wrote some more than 600 hymns. Some favorite hymns he wrote, aside from this hymn, include "When I Survey the Wondrous Cross," "I Sing the Mighty Power of God" and the famous Christmas song "Joy to the World." The music in this majestic hymn is known as "St. Anne," composed in 1708 by William Croft (1678-1727), a greatly trained church musician with a Doctorate in Music at Oxford University, was known as one of the finest English musicians during his time. He was the organist at the Church of St. Anne in Soho, London, during the reign of Queen Anne. Tune Name "St. Anne" "St. Anne" tune first appeared anonymously in the Supplement to the new Versions of the Psalms, 6th edition in 1708, originally intended to be used with Psalm 62 version. The tune gained recognition when it was set to Isaac Watts's text. For its musical worth, famous composers like Johann S. Bach (Fugue in E-Flat Major, known as "St. Anne's Fugue") and George F. Handel ("O Praise the Lord") borrowed it for their own lyrics. 


13. Jesus Christ is Risen Today - Easter Hymns ( with lyrics )

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Jesus Christ is Risen Today Easter Hymns Lyrics Christian Hymns playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=BD1B04EAC0152F4B Words: Charles Wes­ley, 1739. Stanzas 8-10, au­thor un­known, 14th Cen­tu­ry; trans­lat­ed from La­tin to Eng­lish in Lyra Da­vid­i­ca. This ex­ub­er­ant song is one of the most pop­u­lar East­er hymns in the Eng­lish lang­uage. Music: Easter Hymn, com­pos­er un­known, in Lyra Da­vid­i­ca (Lon­don: 1708) (MI­DI, score). Wesley's words were writ­ten for use at the first wor­ship ser­vice at the Wes­ley­an Chap­el in Lon­don. The cha­pel, on the site of a for­mer iron found­ry, be­came known as the Found­ry Meet­ing House, and this hymn was in­clud­ed in the Found­ry Col­lect­ion. Christian hymn vocal and pipe organ words lyrics Easter Jesucristo ha resucitado hoy 


14. Christian Hymn Songs with Lyrics: Ah, Holy Jesus, How Hast Thou Offended

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Christian Hymns playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=BD1B04EAC0152F4B Christian Hymn with Lyrics: Ah, Holy Jesus, How Hast Thou Offended ( praise worship ) Lyrics Date: 1630 Lyricist: Johann Heermann Composer: Johann Cruger Music Date: 1899 Tune Name: HERZLIEBSTER JESU Scripture: Isaiah 53:4 Theme: The suffering of Jesus Christ 


15. It is Well with My Soul ( Christian Hymns with Lyrics in Description / Choir )

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It is Well with My Soul Christian Music Hymns Songs Lyrics Choir Christian Hymns playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=BD1B04EAC0152F4B Hillsong Music recorded a version of the hymn after singing a 'version of the old hymn' in church. The song was recorded in Sydney in three days, mixed in England overnight and finally mastered in LA. All proceeds from the recording go to help the Queensland Flood Relief Effort. This version of the song features Darlene Zschech singing solo and an added Bridge written by Reuben Morgan and Ben Fielding. This hymn was written after several traumatic events in Spafford's life. The first was the death of his only son in 1871 at the age of four, shortly followed by the great Chicago Fire which ruined him financially (he had been a successful lawyer). Then in 1873, he had planned to travel to Europe with his family on the SS Ville du Havre, but sent the family ahead while he was delayed on business concerning zoning problems following the Great Chicago Fire. While crossing the Atlantic, the ship sank rapidly after a collision with a sailing ship, the Loch Earn, and all four of Spafford's daughters died. His wife Anna survived and sent him the now famous telegram, "Saved alone." Shortly afterwards, as Spafford traveled to meet his grieving wife, he was inspired to write these words as his ship passed near where his daughters had died. Bliss called his tune Ville du Havre, from the name of the stricken vessel. The Spaffords later had three more children, one of whom (a son) died in infancy. In 1881 the Spaffords, including baby Bertha and newborn Grace, set sail for Israel. The Spaffords moved to Jerusalem and helped found a group called the American Colony; its mission was to serve the poor. The colony later became the subject of the Nobel prize winning Jerusalem, by Swedish novelist Selma Lagerlöf. The Georgia Southern University marching band Southern Pride plays the song at the end of each game. Christian metalcore band, Haste the Day, named their band after a verse in the hymn. Lyrics: When peace, like a river, attendeth my way, When sorrows like sea billows roll; Whatever my lot, Thou has taught me to say, It is well, it is well, with my soul. Refrain It is well, with my soul, It is well, with my soul, It is well, it is well, with my soul. Though Satan should buffet, though trials should come, Let this blest assurance control, That Christ has regarded my helpless estate, And hath shed His own blood for my soul. My sin, oh, the bliss of this glorious thought! My sin, not in part but the whole, Is nailed to the cross, and I bear it no more, Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, O my soul! And Lord, haste the day when my faith shall be sight, The clouds be rolled back as a scroll; The trump shall resound, and the Lord shall descend, Even so, it is well with my soul. 


16. Go to Dark Gethsemane - Christian Hymns with Lyrics

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Go to Dark Gethsemane with lyrics Christian Hymns playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=BD1B04EAC0152F4B Pipe organ and vocal words lyrics Easter Good Friday music 


17. O Sacred Head, Now Wounded - Bach ( Christian Hymns with Lyrics )

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O Sacred Head, Now Wounded Bach Christian Hymns with Lyrics Christian Hymns playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=BD1B04EAC0152F4B The hymn is based on a long medieval Latin poem, Salve mundi salutare, with stanzas addressing the various parts of Christ's body hanging on the Cross. The last part of the poem, from which the hymn is taken, is addressed to Christ's head, and begins "Salve caput cruentatum." The poem is often attributed to Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), but it first appears in the 14th century. The last part of the poem was translated into German by the prolific Lutheran hymnist Paul Gerhardt (1607-1676). The German hymn begins, "O Haupt voll Blut und Wunden. The hymn was first translated into English in 1752 by John Gambold (1711-1771), an Anglican vicar in Oxfordshire. His translation begins, "O Head so full of bruises." In 1830 a new translation of the hymn was made by an American Presbyterian minister, James Waddel Alexander (1804-1859). Alexander's translation, beginning "O sacred head, now wounded," became one of the most widely used in 19th and 20th century hymnals. Another English translation, based on the German, was made in 1861 by Sir Henry Baker. Published in Hymns Ancient and Modern, it begins, "O sacred head surrounded by crown of piercing thorn." In 1899 the English poet Robert Bridges (1844-1930) made a fresh translation from the original Latin, beginning "O sacred Head, sore wounded, defiled and put to scorn." This is the version used in the Church of England's New English Hymnal (1986) and several other late 20th-century hymn books. The music for the German and English versions of the hymn is by Hans Leo Hassler, written around 1600 for a secular love song, "Mein Gmuth ist mir verwiret." The tune was appropriated for Gerhardt's German hymn in 1656. Johann Sebastian Bach arranged the melody and used it five times in his St. Matthew's Passion; this arrangement has come to be known as Passion Chorale 7676D. Bach also used this melody in the opening choral and triumphant final chorus of his Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248. For a Christ-centered, Cross-focused, Bible based Christian counseling ministry, please visit: http://www.gracefellowshipintl.com Vocal and pipe organ 오 거룩하신 주님 神圣的头,现在受伤 sagrado cabeza ahora heridos Cabeça de agora ferida Easter worship praise Catholic church lent vatican good Friday crucifixion music 


18. King of my Life, I Crown Thee Now - Christian Hymns with lyrics

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King of my Life, I Crown Thee Now lyrics Christian Hymns playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=BD1B04EAC0152F4B Christian hymn: Lead Me to Calvary Pipe organ and vocal with lyrics words easter 


19. Christian Hymns with Lyrics - Come Ye Disconsolate

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Christian Hymns Songs with lyrics playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=BD1B04EAC0152F4B Christian Hymns with Lyrics - Come Ye Disconsolate Beautiful traditional a Capella music I. Stanza 1 tells us where our sorrows can be removed "Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languish; Come, at the mercy seat fervently kneel. Here bring your wounded hearts, here tell your anguish; Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal." A. The disconsolate are those who are dejected, cheerless, and needing comfort because of the troubles of this life: Job 14.1 B. They are encouraged to bring their troubles to the Lord. The original read "Come, at the shrine of God." Moore himself revised it to read, "Come, at the throne of God." Hastings changed it to "Come, at the mercy seat," using as a symbol of our coming to God in prayer the mercy seat of the Old Testament which symbolized where God would meet His people: Exo. 35.17-22 C. Here, they may bring their wounded hearts and anguish to cast all their cares on Him: 1 Pet. 5.7 II. Stanza 2 tells us when our sorrows can be removed "Joy of the desolate, light of the straying, Hope of the penitent, fadeless and pure; Here speaks the Comforter, tenderly saying, "Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot cure." A. The Lord offers joy to those who are desolate if they come to Him: Phil. 4.4 B. However, the removal of sorrow demands repentance: 2 Cor. 7.10 (The original read, "Hope when all others die) C. When people will repent, then the Comforter will provide hope, speaking through the apostles whom He inspired: Jn. 14.16-18 (The original read "Here speaks the Comforter in God's name, saying") III. Stanza 3 tells us how our sorrows can be removed "Come, ask the infidel what boon he brings us, What charm for aching hearts he can reveal; Sweet is that heavenly promise hope sings us--Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal." A. This is the stanza by Moore that was dropped, but I happen to think that it makes a good point, although some might think that it could be considered "too offensive." The fact is that sorrow cannot be removed by the infidel because he is a fool who says that there is no God: Ps. 14.1 B. The reason is that this world and all its wisdom have no charm for aching hearts: 1 Cor. 1.21 C. Rather, sorrow can be removed only by the sweet heavenly promises of God: 2 Pet. 1.3-4 IV. Stanza 4 (Hastings) tells us who can remove our sorrows "Here see the bread of life, see waters flowing Forth from the throne of God, pure from above; Come to the feast of love, come ever knowing Earth has no sorrow but heaven can remove." A. It is Jesus Christ that offers us the bread of life: Jn. 6.32-33 B. It is through Jesus Christ that we can see the waters flowing from the throne of God: Rev. 22.1-2 C. It is Jesus Christ that enables us to participate in the feast of love, symbolizing the peace and plenty that God offers His people to comfort them in their sorrows, looking forward to the eternal marriage feast: Rev. 19.9 


20. Christian Hymns with Lyrics a Capella Choir: Unto Him (Jude 1:24-25)

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Christian Hymns with Lyrics a Capella Choir: Unto Him (Jude 1:24-25) 


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