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The Day He Wore My Crown
Easter

…whole life was about one thing – fulfilling His mission as the Lamb of God who would be slain for our sins. Every person who has come to Jesus in repentance and asked to be forgiven has done so in the shadow of the cross where He died. To us, Calvary is precious ground, and the cross is a constant…

Eyes of Faith
Non-Seasonal anthems

…the Cross, Redeemed, How I Love to Proclaim It and To God Be the Glory have inspired and encouraged believers for over 100 years. Fanny Crosby's hymn texts were born out of pure devotion and a passion for her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. While we have not forgotten her timeless hymns, it is…

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Hope Alive in Me
Easter

…hopeful that it will hit our people on every level. From the new songs to the arrangements of favorites, I pray that you will find a friend in this book, and that it will be one you can reach for, not just on Easter, but throughout the year. If we don’t find ourselves singing about the cross, death,…

I Know My Redeemer Lives
Easter

…together to praise the name of Jesus, our great Redeemer. It's a time to share His story...especially the story of His cross and His resurrection. He could have stopped the painful parade up to Calvary with a word, but He never uttered it. Instead, He opened His arms to the beam, He opened His hands…

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It Took a Lamb with Behold the Lamb
Non-Seasonal anthems

“It Took a Lamb with Behold the Lamb,” arranged and orchestrated by Cliff Duren, is a pairing of two of the most powerful songs about the cross that have ever been written. “It Took a Lamb” was composed by Geron Davis, with “Behold the Lamb” written by the late Dottie Rambo. Cliff brought both songs…

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