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New at ChurchWorksMedia.com: Psalm 8

cw_logorusticJoe Tyrpak provides another psalm that is ideally suited for corporate worship. Joe faithfully represents each line of the text metrically, then concludes with two stirring verses recording Jesus Christ’s fulfillment of the Psalm. I love it, and singing the psalms has added much to our corporate worship at TCBC. Thanks, Joe, for your good ministry!

Psalm 8—How Awesome Is Your Name (Text by Joe Tyrpak; Tune: Gesangbuch der Herzogl, Württemberg, 1784)

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