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Holy, Mighty, Worthy

music1One of my burdens for the modern church is that the music we are producing is often shallow when compared to the hymns of our predecessors. I don’t pretend to be the solution to this need, but I do believe that pastors should be writing songs that are biblically derived and theologically sound.

I am hopeful that Holy, Mighty, Worthy meets both of those criteria. I wrote the text and my good friend, Greg Habegger, put it to music. We’ve enjoyed it at TCBC. Give it a try, and see if you recognize the Scriptures behind it.

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Holy, Mighty, Worthy (Text by Chris Anderson; Tune by Greg Habegger)

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One Response

  1. I have it bookmarked. In my spare time (when?) I enjoy arranging hymns for instrumental guitar, mostly in DADF#AD tuning because it’s easy to play and the chords really ring.

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