Equipping congregations with biblical and expressive songs.

Equipping congregations with biblical and expressive songs.

Equipping congregations with biblical and expressive songs.

Latest Song Release:

No Greater Hope

“Brothers and sisters, we do not want you to be uninformed about those who sleep in death, so that you do not grieve like the rest of mankind, who have no hope.” 

1 Thessalonians 4:13

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Easter 2020 will be remembered for some time as the pandemic Easter. This is when we wrote this song, inviting the believer to fix their hearts on the risen Christ who gives his risen life to us: ‘no greater hope in life than this’.

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No greater hope in life than this:
where death had slain, He lies no more.
No greater peace, for I am His;
He’ll lead me where He’s gone before.

Hallelujah! Praise the risen Lord!
Hallelujah! I am His!
Sting of death removed forever more:
no greater hope in life than this.

No greater hope in life than this:
my sin is paid, my guilt is gone.
His sacrifice, my confidence;
His risen life, my victory song.

Hallelujah! Praise the risen Lord…

No greater hope in life than this:
the firstfruits of a multitude,
His risen life, a gracious gift
and all who come will be renewed.

Hallelujah! Praise the risen Lord…

No greater hope in life than this,
a hope no sorrow can remove
for Jesus lives and I am His
and none can take me from His love.

Hallelujah! Praise the risen Lord…

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Song

Your Cross, O Lord

For I resolved to know nothing while I was with you except Jesus Christ and him crucified.

1 Corinthians 2:2

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February 2021
Churches in the UK haven’t sung together for almost a year.
Over 100 people from more than 70 churches partnered with Joyful Noise to bring this modern hymn to life.

Key themes for use at church:

Call to worship, opening song, church family, gospel, 

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Your cross, O Lord, taught me to see
That though I fail you every day
Your steadfast love will not fail me
But gladly bears my sin away.
And there I see your holy fire
Consuming sin in mercy’s blood:
What righteousness and love require
To ransom sinners to their God.

Your cross, O Lord, taught me to weep
For there my sin led you away
And e’en the sun did bow in grief
As darkness crowned our darkest day.
And oh, to think that I once stood
Indifferent to your suffering!
And oh, to see your sweat like blood:
Such depths of sorrow borne for me!

Your cross, O Lord, taught me to love
For there I’ve tasted love divine,
It fills my heart with power enough
To make your costly service mine.
No sin too great to meet with grace,
No enemy too foul to bless.
Your love in wounds of sacrifice;
Teach me, O Lord, to love like this.

Your cross, O Lord, taught me to sing
For now my captive soul is free!
No guilt, no fear, no suffering
Can tear away your love from me!
No song can reach such heights of joy!
No tongue can tell such depths of peace!
No power, no time, can e’er destroy
The eternal praise for Calvary!

Song

Come People of God

Therefore, brothers and sisters, since we have confidence to enter the Most Holy Place by the blood of Jesus…let us draw near to God with a sincere heart and with the full assurance that faith brings, having our hearts sprinkled to cleanse us from a guilty conscience… Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful. And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds.

Hebrews 10:19—24

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This song, following the contours of Hebrews 10:19-24, invites us to enjoy the access to God’s presence that Jesus has secured. Each verse gives a fresh exhortation to ‘come’ and the chorus expresses our response: ‘Lord of all we come!’

Key themes for use at church:

Call to worship, opening song, church family, gospel, book of Hebrews

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Come people of God
To the throne of his grace
Secure through the blood
Of the lamb who we praise!
Draw near now to him
Praising all he has done!
He’s paid for the sin
Of each one who will come!

Lord of all we come!
Holy of holies, glorious God!
Praising all you’ve done!
Brought near by the blood of Jesus

Come saints of the Lord
Lift your hearts to the day
When life is restored
And when death flees away
With hope burning bright
Look ahead and press on
Fear not for the night
Will soon turn to the dawn

Lord of all we come!

Come saints old and young
For together we go
The race to be run
Can’t be triumphed alone
Stand firm in his grace
Hand in hand labour on
His love in our hearts
His salvation our song

Lord of all we come!

Song

Comfort and Joy

But the angel said to them, ‘Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people. Today in the town of David a Saviour has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord.

Luke 2:10–11

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When the Church of England announced their advent theme for 2020 as “Comfort and Joy”, we decided to get on board with by writing a song on that theme. With the Covid-19 pandemic as the backdrop, this song traces why the good news of Jesus’ birth brings lasting comfort and joy. It climaxes with Jesus’ promised return: “every longing then fulfilled, every storm forever stilled!” Comfort and joy indeed!

Key themes for use at church:

Advent, Christmas

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Hear the songs of angels rise
Through dark and troubled skies
The sound of glory
Bringing tidings of great joy
No sorrow can destroy
Salvation’s story
To our world of grief and pain
God stepped down on Christmas day

Comfort and joy! Comfort and joy!
Hope has dawned
With the newborn boy
Comfort and joy! Comfort and joy!
Come and join with the angel song! Rejoice!

Unto us a son is born
The light of life has dawned
The hope of nations
All our tears will fill his soul
Yet gladly bears them all
Our great salvation
Every sin borne at the cross
Risen now he walks with us

Comfort and joy! Comfort and joy!…

Soon he’ll wipe our tears away
In ever brighter day
His glory shining
Angels fill the air one more
‘Come worship and adore!
The lord is reigning!’
Every longing then fulfilled
Every storm forever stilled!

Comfort and joy! Comfort and joy!…

Song

Is Anything Too Hard for You?

I am the LORD, the God of all mankind. Is anything too hard for me?

Jeremiah 32:27

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This song expresses praise and wonder for the sovereign Lord for whom nothing is too hard. His power and love mean that ultimately nothing can stop his plan of salvation: ‘the darkest place will be your brightest victory.’

Key themes for use at church:

Opening song, God’s power, God’s love, mission, closing song.

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Is anything too hard for you
Whose name is majesty?
A word creates a breath destroys
The greatest enemy
You never tire or sleep
Your hands are strong to keep
O lord is anything too hard for you?

Your strength is stronger
Your love is more
Your reach is further
Your promise sure
Lord our God, is there anything too hard for you?

Is anyone too lost for you
Whose heart is love divine?
Rejoicing when the lost return
You came to seek and find
Your cross lights up the way
Back home to you today
O lord is anyone too lost for you?

Your strength….

Is anywhere too dark for you
Who speaks and light appears?
Exposing evil bringing hope
And driving out all fear
The darkest night will be
Your brightest victory!
O lord is anywhere too dark for you?

Your strength…

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Latest Song Release:

Jesus I will walk with you

“As they talked and discussed these things with each other, Jesus himself came up and walked along with them”

Luke 24:15

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This encounter on the Emmaus road wonderfully shows the Christian life as a walk with Jesus. This song expresses our heart’s desire to walk with Jesus, and reminds us that this privilege is available only because he first chose to walk with us: ‘Jesus I will walk with you… for Jesus walks with me’.

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Jesus I will walk with you
Companion for the way
My constant friend and faithful guide 
Beside me every day
Through times of winter harsh and bare
Through summer’s gentle breeze
I’ll walk with faith and hope and love
For Jesus walks with me

Jesus I will walk with you
Attentive to your voice
In every written word you speak
And make my heart rejoice 
Though now I walk an unseen road 
In prayer I know your peace
And walk with persevering faith
For Jesus walks with me

Jesus I will walk with you
The way of victory 
The stranglehold of sin is gone
Your blood has set me free
And though my sin is deep and dark
Your spirit’s power will be 
My daily strength to walk with you
For Jesus walks with me

Jesus I will walk with you
Salvation’s ancient way
Where countless saints have walked before 
And triumphed by your grace
Your faithfulness their victory song 
Their joyful voice agrees
There is no better way to walk 
For Jesus walks with me.

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About us

We are a fresh collaboration writing songs from the Word to the heart for the church.

With a passion for Jesus, music and God’s family, the church, over the last two years we have written over 70 songs. We’re excited to share our songs with you and your church.

We aim to record and release a song online each month. Sign up to our mailing list to receive updates and free sheet music for your church.

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