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Worship Songs

Worship Song for 2018

 Whole-ly Peace   (below)

 


All worship songs:

About the Father

The Image of Grace

Awesome Intimately

"My Name"

Awesome Alone

O God Our God

The Face of God

Righteous God

Face to Face

'Singing' the New Song

The Global Church Celebrating

The Spirit of the Word

God Distinguished (Pala)

The Whole of God Embodied

God of Glory Beyond

The Whole-ly Trinity

God of Glory Now

Whole-ly Communion

Hallelujah Whole

Your Very Own

 

This page will periodically feature new worship songs of praise, thanksgiving, love, delight in God (as Father, Son and Holy Spirit) -- songs to sing from the heart.

 

 

Whatever type of music you use for worship, be sure that it has relational clarity:

Low-key music should not dampen but deepen our thoughts and feelings to more intimate connections with God. Upbeat music should not deaden (numb with sensory stimulation) but enliven by stirring our hearts to open to the heart of God.

 

 

Songs for His glory!

Jesus promised not to leave his disciples alone as orphans, and so the Spirit was sent as his relational replacement to be with us forever (Jn 14:16-18). Therefore, the whole of God--Father, Son, and Spirit--is ongoingly present and involved with us as family (v.23). Yet, to experience being family together cannot happen with only God's intimate involvement, as if in a unilateral relationship; God's family requires the compatible relational response of our whole person, vulnerably from inner out, to the whole of God who is vulnerably involved with us for face-to-face, heart-to-heart relationship (Mt 15:8-9; Rom 8:15-16). Worship is our reciprocal relational response with nothing less and no substitutes. We hope all the songs here encourage you to worship the whole of God as the Father's daughters and sons, with Jesus, in the Spirit--intimately involved with God in likeness of how God is with us! And may God be blessed by your whole reciprocal relational response.


 

Whole-ly Peace

 printable sheet music in pdf
printable guitar chords in pdf
 

Shalôm is the condition of well-being in wholeness; whole-ly (whole and holy) is this wholeness uncommon to the world. Righteousness defines the whole who, what, and how God is in relationship.

 

Composed from Ps 85:10; Num 6:24; Jn 14:27, cf. Col 3:15

 

1.         Peace and righteousness kiss,

            and the face of God turns

                        to us and gives us peace,

            Whole-ly peace, yes, whole-ly peace.

 

Chorus 1:       Hallelu-you, the God of peace

                        Hallelu-you, the God of peace

                        Hallelu, hallelu-you, whole-ly peace

                        Hallelu, hallelu-you, O whole-ly peace.

 

2.         Peace and righteousness kiss,

            and the Prince of Peace comes

                        to us and gives us peace,

            Whole-ly peace, yes, whole-ly peace.

 

Chorus 2:       Hallelu-you, the Prince of Peace

                        Hallelu-you, the Prince of Peace

                        Hallelu, hallelu-you, whole-ly peace

                        Hallelu, hallelu­-you, O whole-ly peace.

 

3.         Peace and righteousness kiss,

            and “my peace I give,”

                        but just whole and uncommon,

            Whole-ly peace, yes, whole-ly peace.

 

Chorus 3:       Hallelu-you, Uncommon Peace

                        Hallelu-you, the whole-ly Peace

                        Hallelu, hallelu-you, our whole-ly Peace

                        Hallelu, hallelu-you, O whole-ly Peace.

 

4.         Peace and righteousness embrace,

            “my wholeness you have

                        be whole and uncommon,

            my whole-ly ones, yes, my whole-ly ones.”

 

Chorus 4:       Hallelu-you, my whole-ly One

                        Hallelu-you, our whole-ly One

                        Hallelu, hallelu-you, O whole-ly Peace

                        Hallelu, hallelu-you, our whole-ly One

(shout words in caps)
                          HALLELU-----!   Hallelu, hallelu-you, O whole-ly Peace

                          HALLELU-----!   Hallelu, hallelu-you, my whole-ly One.

 

 

©2018 T. Dave Matsuo &  Kary A. Kambara

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