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New at ChurchWorksMedia.com: Psalm 51

cw_logomustardJoe Tyrpak continues ministering to the church by providing another fresh and stirring psalm setting for congregational use. As usual, Joe works through Psalm 51 phrase by phrase, then climaxes with a stanza pointing to Jesus Christ as the perfect fulfillment of the psalm. The tune is intentionally familiar (Morecambe, or Spirit of God, Descend Upon My Heart) and matches well the spirit of the psalm. Introduce it to your church soon!

Psalm 51—I Plead for Grace (Text by Joe Tyrpak; Tune by Frederick Atkinson)

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  1. For some reason the links weren’t working. Sorry about that. Should be fixed now!

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