When From Death I'm Free: A Hymn Journal for Holy Week
Music to Accompany a Hymn Journal
As you sketch, draw, color, read, meditate, and pray your way through this hymn journal for Holy Week, you might want a soundtrack for your faith walk. All of the hymns and songs in the book are available below in one format or another.
The selection here is meant to support your exploration, but not limit it. You prefer big brass? Great! Do a little searching on iTunes or YouTube and see what you come up with! Want more of an "unplugged" feel? Perfect! Search for hymns for guitar.
Maybe you want to pick a different version every time you go to engage the book. Try something new and see what works. Find a setting that speaks your heart language. Then listen to one or two you don't like as well. What's the difference? Why did it matter? What did you learn from the settings of the songs you liked least? Most? How can music become part of your faith experiment?
If you don't have a copy of the book yet, click below:
1. What Wondrous Love Is This
C. Brooke Orozco and Brendan Knorp created a new twist on this old classic: listen here.
2. On That Morning
Kip Fox plays a version of this hymn for you on his web page: listen here.
3. Ride On, Ride On in Majesty
The version I like best is actually a YouTube video: watch here.
4. The King Is Calling
The rest of the songs from Kip Fox are available in a variety of ways, including through Sound Cloud. You can play them directly from this page without opening a new window in your browser.
You can download the music from Amazon:
YouTube Play List
Most of these songs are also available in a variety of versions on YouTube. Here are some of my favorites.