Free Song of the Week: "We Open Our Hearts" by TFH Worship

Posted by Morgan Shirey on 17 April 2018

Get this week's FREE song of the week, "We Open Our Hearts" by TFH Worship, plus other free songs! Don't forget to grab our "last chance" song as well! 

Free Song of the Week: "We Open Our Hearts" by TFH Worship

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Spirit, blow upon this place
Show Your glory, have Your way
We will not be moved ’til all we have is You
Spirit, fill us with Your life
All that’s dead, now come alive
Oh, ‘cause all we want is You



Classic Song of the Week: "You Are God Alone" by Billy & Cindy Foote

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You are God alone
From before time began
You were on Your throne
You are God alone
And right now
In the good times and bad
You are on Your throne
You are God alone
      

Free Hymn of the Month: "A Mighty Fortress" by Brad & Rebekah

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A mighty fortress is our God
Unshakeable, unfailing
He reigns triumphant by His Love
His kingdom is forever



Last Chance: "Do It Again" by Michael W. Smith 

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Your promise still stands
Great is Your faithfulness, Your faithfulness
I'm still in Your hands, this is my confidence
You've never failed me yet

 

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