His Robes for Mine at Stonebriar: MP3 and Swindoll Comments

His Robes for Mine has been used a number of times at Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, TX. My friend Paul Thompson arranged the piece for their orchestra, choir, and congregation. He has kindly provided several files for download:

  • Here is an MP3 of His Robes for Mine from a recent service. (I posted a previous recording, but they were missing some key musicians during that service.) The whole thing is beautifully done, but the organ and brass transition into the last stanza is amazing. It just about moves me to tears every time I hear it. (Horns!)
  • Here is an MP3 of Chuck Swindoll making extemporaneous comments on the hymn, its doctrine, and the gospel.

As always, the PDF of the hymn version can be downloaded here and an explanation of the text found here. Other hymns can be found at ChurchWorksMedia.com. May the Lord use His Word in song to point both sinners and saints to the Savior.

(Note: While posting this I received word that the hymn has been translated into Chinese. Grace!)


6 Responses

  1. Beautiful. Majestic.

  2. Keep writing guys – to God be the glory!

  3. Quite a statement from Swindoll.

    I noticed he used the “d” word, of recent controversy on SI. The horror!

    Don Johnson
    Jer 33.3

  4. Yes, glory to God, indeed. And I appreciated the urgency of the call for people to respond to truth about Christ, not just give mental assent to it. May it be so.

  5. […] that Stonebriar has previously recorded two CWM hymns during live services (blog posts here and here). Now they’re helping us record our first CD, which will feature 12 of our hymns, all […]

  6. I like to have the Chinese lyrics of His Robes for Mine, if possible.

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