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Reunions – An Upcoming New Album From Jason Isbell

There’s a new album from from Jason Isbell in May.
It’s called Reunions.
To clarify for readers of this blog: Isbell’s not a Christian singer, but he says interesting things in interesting ways, and is country music to boot.

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I See Love by Glen Campbell

I See Love from Glen Campbell’s album Greatest Hymns.
Very lush with string backing.

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Where I’m From by Colony House

Where I’m From is a track from Colony House’s album Leave What’s Lost Behind.

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Your Worst Day by Andy Gullahorn

Your Worst Day.
From Andy Gullahorn’s album Everything As It Should Be.

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Escape by Sierra Hull

Escape is a second track featured from Sierra Hull’s soon to be released 25 Trips.
If you saw the earlier track I posted, don’t be fooled by the indentical graphic on the YouTube video.

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Standing On The Promises – Sunday Songs

Standing On The Promises turns out to be another song I have not yet posted as a Sunday Song, which seems inexplicable.

I’ve been listening to this version by Glen Campbell, and was going to do what I thought was a repost during the week and discovered its never been here before, so straight to Sunday Songs it goes.

Glen sings verses one and two of these lyrics:
Standing on the promises of Christ my king,
through eternal ages let his praises ring;
glory in the highest, I will shout and sing,
standing on the promises of God.
Standing, standing,
standing on the promises of God my Savior;
standing, standing,
I’m standing on the promises of God.
Standing on the promises that cannot fail,
when the howling storms of doubt and fear assail,
by the living Word of God I shall prevail,
standing on the promises of God.
Standing on the promises of Christ the Lord,
bound to him eternally by love’s strong cord,
overcoming daily with the Spirit’s sword,
standing on the promises of God.
Standing on the promises I cannot fall,
listening every moment to the Spirit’s call,
resting in my Savior as my all in all,
standing on the promises of God.

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He Will Hold Me Fast by Selah

Selah included a version of the modern hymn He Will Hold Me Fast on their latest album Firm Foundation.
Their voices harmonise so well in the musical arrangement.