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November Song of the Month: Satisfied

Each month we try to introduce a new song. This month we are singing Satisfied, by City Hymns.

Here is a sample of the song:

And here are the lyrics:

All my life long I had panted for a drink from some cool spring
That I hoped would quench the burning of the thirst I felt within
Hallelujah! He has found me, the One my soul so long has craved!
Jesus satisfies all my longings, through his blood I now am saved

Feeding on the filth around me, ‘till my strength was almost gone
Longed my soul for something better, only still to hunger on
Hallelujah! He has found me, the One my soul so long has craved!
Jesus satisfies all my longings, through his blood I now am saved

Poor I was and sought for riches, something that would satisfy
But the dust I gathered ‘round me only mocked my soul’s sad cry
Hallelujah! He has found me, the One my soul so long has craved!
Jesus satisfies all my longings, through his blood I now am saved

Well of water ever springing, Bread of Life so rich and free
Untold wealth that never faileth, my Redeemer is to me
Hallelujah! He has found me, the One my soul so long has craved!
Jesus satisfies all my longings, through his blood I now am saved

 

from Fragments of Grace, released 15 June 2011
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Words: Clara T. Williams, 1875
Music: Karl Digerness, 1997
©1997 Karl Digerness Music

 

September Song of the Month – The Strife is O'er

This month’s song comes from the Welcome Wagon, a husband and wife duo who make and remake hymns. The Strife is O’er (its hard to sing with a Vv sound in the middle of a word) is great hymn that teaches us about the state of things with and without Christ. We will be singing this song at every worship this month, and for almost everyone its a new song. If you’d like to see the lyrics you can download them here, and below we’ve included a sound clip for the song.