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Hymns For The Christian Life

Keith & Kristyn Getty

As Keith and Kristyn Getty continue to write modern hymns for the church, this newest collection comes from the challenge to consider not just what we sing on those occasions when we're all together but how the shared lyrics of our faith speak into all th
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EAN / ISBN
0000768513927
£9.99
As Keith and Kristyn Getty continue to write modern hymns for the church, this newest collection comes from the challenge to consider not just what we sing on those occasions when we’re all together but how the shared lyrics of our faith speak into all the moments in between. Musically, “Hymns for the Christian Life” reflects both the Celtic and American folk traditions, old and new world brought together, just as we lean on the rich legacy of Church music we already have with songs written for the life of the Church today. Produced by respected producers Charlie Peacock (The Civil Wars, Switchfoot, Amy Grant) and Ed Cash (Chris Tomlin, David Crowder Band) the album includes performances with Ricky Skaggs (Simple Living), Alison Krauss (In Christ Alone), and Moya Brennan (A Mother’s Prayer).

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Holy Spirit, Living Breath Of God
Product Details
Product Name Hymns For The Christian Life
Author / Artist Keith & Kristyn Getty
Format CD
iTunes Link https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/hymns-for-christian-life-deluxe/id715511245?uo=4
EAN / ISBN 0000768513927
Release Date 8 Oct 2012
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Holy Spirit (with Gabriel?s Oboe)

The Village Reel

Kyrie Eleison

My Heart Is Filled With Thankfulness

Gethsemane

Before You I Kneel (A Worker?s Prayer)

The Perfect Wisdom of Our God

Nothing But The Blood

Shout for Joy (The New Hundredth)

Simple Living (A Rich Young Man) - featuring Ricky Skaggs

A Mother?s Prayer - featuring Moya Brennan

Oh,How Good It Is

Christ Is Risen,He Is Risen Indeed

Echoes of Heaven (Wedding Song)

In Christ Alone - featuring Alison Krauss