Mercy is a tender plea to our Lord for compassion and forgiveness. Lyricist Susan Bentall Boersma incorporates the Greek "Kyrie eleison" (Lord, have mercy) into her original text, while composer
With artful simplicity, Craig Courtney has recast this beloved hymn with a nod to Appalachian hymn style. Voices, piano and solo violin spin a delicate tapestry around the melody, pausing for a verse
"There is an everlasting kindness You lavished on us when the Radiance of heaven came to rescue the lost; You called the sheep without a shepherd to leave their distress for Your streams of forgiveness and
This achingly beautiful choral work centers on the garden of Gethsemane as the turning point for the Divine promise in Revelation 21, where the Almighty declares "I have made all things
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