The Indelible Grace Project takes old hymns and sets them to new music, as the saints have done throughout history. Some of the hymns will be familiar to some of you, but many of them had been nearly forgotten because the tunes associated with them were so unworkable. The music here is fresh, hip, never cheesy, modern and diverse. The lyrics are some of the best poetry the church has produced over the centuries.
The Valley of Vision: A Collection of Puritan Prayers & Devotions
By Arthur Bennett / Banner Of Truth
Puritans wrote down their prayers as a way of keeping a record of God's dealings with the soul. Included here are prayers of Bunyan, Watts, Spurgeon, and others. Arranged by theme - from the awesomeness of God to the awfulness of sin - you'll find promptings for your own heart's dialogue with your heavenly Father. 224 pages, softcover from Banner of Truth.
Valley of Vision CD
By Sovereign Grace Ministries
Sovereign Grace Music presents Valley of Vision, a collection of songs for worship inspired by the classic book of Puritan prayers. Includes "In The Valley," "I Come Running," "It Was Love," and more.
The Westminster Shorter Catechism Songs
4 Volumes by Holly Dutton
These songs are a fresh and engaging way to take in the Shorter Catechism. The tunes aid in memorization, as well. (The Shorter Catechism was intended by its authors to be memorized by children. 17th century puritan intellectuals scoff at your Baby Einstien. Not me though. I’m not even sure I spelled Einstein correctly. Stien? Stein?) The music pleases the ear, and the theology touches the heart. 5 Stars.
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