Grace has come – new Sovereign Grace album

grace has comeIf you are the person who chooses new songs for your church, (like me) you may be very excited by the announcement of a new album from Sovereign Grace (August 1). “Grace has come: Songs from the Book of Romans”looks sure to be a treat! Sovereign Grace certainly has figured out a good recipe for singable Gospel songs garnished with much grace! The sample track is based on Romans 8:31-39 – Nothing can tear us from the everlasting love of Christ.

NOTHING IN ALL THE EARTH

(click title to listen)

VERSE 1   
What shall separate us from Your love?
Can years of sorrow break eternal bonds?
Can condemnation ever raise its voice?
Against the pardon of the blood of Christ?
Though our journey here is long
This will be our triumph song

CHORUS
Nothing in all the earth

Not any height above
Could ever tear us from Your everlasting love
Nothing in all the earth
Not any height above
Could ever tear us from Your everlasting love

VERSE 2
What shall separate us from Your love?
For now the sting of death is overcome
And all the powers of this world must fall
Before Your feet because You rule them all
And though our journey here is long
This shall be our triumph song

BRIDGE
Nothing in all the earth
Could ever tear us from
Your everlasting love

© 2013 Sovereign Grace Worship (ASCAP)

http://sovereigngracemusic.bandcamp.com/album/grace-has-come-songs-from-the-book-of-romans

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3 thoughts on “Grace has come – new Sovereign Grace album

  1. I’ve got a download pre-ordered.
    It’ll be interesting to hear what they’ve got.
    SGM are hit and miss with me.
    Which is understandable because they’ve got a number of composers involved.
    The song above is an example.
    The verses don’t seem to have structure and flow.
    The substantial content in the second, third and fourth lines of the verses just doesn’t seem to have any context in relation to the theme.
    Ah well.

    • ive found SGM to be great – their earlier stuff anyway, up to around Come Weary Saints. Some of their recent albums have only had about 1 or 2 singable songs on them, unlike their earlier ones which had 5+. Cheers!

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