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New CWM Hymn by Faye Lopez

Secured by Sovereign Love is Faye Lopez‘s lovely new adaptation of a classic Isaac Watts text on Psalm 139.  Watts reminds us of God’s omnipresence and omniscience. To hide from Him is impossible. Yet, the God who is all-seeing and all-knowing is also all-loving. The believer in Christ is secure in God’s sovereign, unbreakable love.

Thank you, Faye! I’ve admired your work in the past, and it’s a privilege to work with you at ChurchWorksMedia! I trust that this new piece will be an encouragement to many. Grace.

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One Response

  1. […] My friends at ChurchWorksMedia just released this new hymn (or Psalm, rather) by Veteran composer and arranger Faye Lopez. It’s an adaptation of an Isaac Watts text on Psalm 139. You can take a look and listen at Chris Anderson’s website. […]

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