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New Hymn: Draw Near through Christ

I linked a while back to the choral demo of a new song I wrote with James Koerts, and I finally have the hymn files posted. This is one of my favorite texts, and James has done a nice job putting it to music. (Thank you, James!) I trust that it will point people Christ-ward and remind them of the great privilege we have in accessing God through Christ. Grace.

As always, the PDF downloads are free. It is a great help and encouragement when those who appreciate the availability of the free hymns and psalms make a donation to help support CWM. Information here.

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Draw Near through Christ (Text by Chris Anderson; Tune by James Koerts)

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One Response

  1. I’ve already come to love this hymn through the mp3 you posted earlier and was greatly anticipating the release of the release of the PDF. Finally it’s here! Thanks.

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