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Now Thank We All Our Lord - Rock Of Ages Chorale - Rock Of Ages Chorale (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Karisar

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    Music settings "Rock of Ages" is usually sung to the hymn tune "Toplady" by Thomas Hastings or "Redhead 76", also called Petra, by Richard Redhead or "New City Fellowship" by James Ward. "Toplady" is most typical in the United States and "Redhead 76" in the United Kingdom, although both tunes circulate in the churches of both countries.
  2. Magul

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    Rock Of Ages Maranatha Singers (Our Sunday Best - Green) Download sheet music for Rock Of Ages by Maranatha Singers, from the album Our Sunday Best - Green. Arranged by Brad Henderson in the key of A, Bb. Products for this song include lead sheets, and the orchestration.
  3. JoJolmaran

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    Chorale prelude on "Now Thank We All Our God" written by German Baroque composer Georg Friedrich Kaufmann (). Based on the German chorale "Nun danket alle Gott," this chorale prelude is written for manuals only.
  4. Kajigrel

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    Rock Of Ages Lyrics: Rock of Ages, cleft for me / Let me hide myself in thee; / Let the water and the blood / From thy wounded side which flowed / Be of sin the double cure; / Save from wrath and make.
  5. Gojora

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    For modern American Protestant churchgoers, the hymn “Now thank we all our God,” likely conjures up an image of a congregation singing in unison, a pipe organ blasting away at a stately tempo, and a church full of people thinking about the approaching feast of stuffed turkey with cranberry sauce.
  6. Tausida

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    Rock Of Ages Cleft For Me. Augustus Toplady. Rock of Ages, cleft for me, let me hide myself in thee; let the water and the blood, from thy wounded side which flowed, be of sin the double cure; save from wrath and make me pure. Not the labours of my hands can fulfil thy law's commands; could my zeal no respite know, could my tears forever flow.
  7. Ararg

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    There is no rock There is no god like our God No other name worthy of all our praise The Rock of Salvation that cannot be moved He's proven Himself to be faithful and true There is no rock There is no god like ours Rock of Ages Jesus is the Rock Rock of Ages Jesus.
  8. Kigarr

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    The “rock” symbolism continues in the New Testament with reference to Christ. He is the foundation, the chief-corner stone. He is the rock of offense to those who reject Him, but the spiritual rock for those who obey Him (Eph. ; Rom. ; 1 Pet. ; 1 Cor. ). And so we sing, “Rock of Ages.” Let us pray, “Lord, you are our rock.
  9. Zulkikus

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    Rock of Ages, I praise your name. 2. Rock of Ages, you have brought me near You have poured out your life-blood, your love, your tears To make this stone heart come alive again Rock of Ages, forgive my sin. Chorus: Rock of ages. Rock of ages. Bind your children until the kingdom comes. Rock of ages your will be done. 3. Rock of Ages, when in.

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