Hope: Songs for the Way of Love+

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Hope: Songs for the Way of Love+

Hymns for the Soul

My Song Is Love Unknown
This Is My Song
God So Loved the World
Ave Verum Corpus K 618
Miserere mei, Deus
Would You Harbor Me?
Loving Lamb
Requiem: II. Out of the deep
Requiem: III. Pie Jesu
O Love of God, How Strong and True
Lift Every Voice and Sing
There Is A Balm In Gilead
Jesus Walks
I Want to Walk As A Child of the Light –
O God of Every Nation
Alleluia! Sing to Jesus
Come Down, O Love Divine
Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken
All My Hope in God is Founded
O Spirit All-Embracing (Jupiter Hymn)
Now the Day is Over
Sure on this Shining Night
Sleep – Virtual Choir 2.0
Be Still
Be Thou My Vision
Griogal Cridhe
Chi Mi Na Morbheanna
The Parting Glass
Restless Farewell
Ashokan Farewell
This Day God Gives Me
Move On
Seasons of Love

(31 songs: 2 hours and 14 minutes)

Hope: Songs for the Way of Love
Hymns for the Soul

For over 14 years now I’ve also been keenly aware that three words are interwoven into our lives on earth and in heaven: we are scared, scarred, and sacred. These fully human and fully divine experiences of our lives, our loves and our losses, make us One in Christ, the true source of all of our songs. These are our hymns through which we join our voices with the communion of saints in all places and in all times.

Love and Loss are most keenly felt in those closely-guarded places within us where only a few whispered words can be truly heard. These are the most intimate places within our souls where only the most trusted beloved ones are allowed to enter, it’s often found in the holy silence that comes before a tender word or kiss is offered. As it should be, we are left speechless when we encounter such profound joy and inexplicable grief, to God be all glory.

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Next up:
Freedom: Songs for the Way of Love+
Lest We Forget from the 1980s to now.
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