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MP3 of For the Sake of His Name

While Greg an I were enjoying the Wilds Music Conference in North Carolina Tuesday night, our latest hymn was being introduced at the Student Global Impact Conference in Detroit. The more I hear of the missions conference (preaching, worship, etc.), the more I wish I were omnipresent—or at least bipresent.

Missions Mandate has a blog post about the hymn, which includes an mp3 of the first time the new hymn was sung.

Praise the Lord, who stoops to use unworthy servants (Luke 17:10).

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For the Sake of His Name (Text by Chris Anderson; Tune by Greg Habegger)

Full (1 pg, 2 pg) / Half Page / Text / Notes & Discussion / MP3 (live)

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3 Responses

  1. I was at SGI and really enjoyed singing through this song several times. Thank you guys for your hard work!

  2. So uplifting….! I really enjoyed the mp3!

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