April Free Hymn of the Month: God the Uncreated One This hymn, “God the Uncreated One,” heralds the unique attributes of God as the eternal, self-existent Creator, Who is the all-knowing and all-powerful King, forevermore. It is rich in theological truth, as the lyrics wholly exalt Jesus Christ, the “Never-changing, Great I Am.” . Click here […]
January Free Hymn of the Month: For The Cause This hymn, “For the Cause,” is a call to missions for the cause of the Kingdom of God. In Matthew 16:24, Jesus gave His disciples the challenge of denying themselves, taking up their cross, and following Him.
December Free Hymn of the Month: How Shall I Sing? The lyrics of this reverent hymn, “How Shall I Sing?,” invite all worshipers to join the heavenly choir in thunderous praise of God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
October Free Hymn of the Month: May the Peoples Praise You The words of this song, “May the Peoples Praise You,” remind us that it is our holy privilege to declare the name of Christ to every tribe, language, people, and nation.
September Free Hymn of the Month: Lift High the Name of Jesus A life that highly exalts the name of Jesus will always bear enduring fruit. The Apostle Peter exhorts believers to honor Christ in their lives in such a way that other people will notice.
August Free Hymn of the Month: The Lord Is My Salvation Embellished with the Getty’s lyrical melody and solid Biblical content, the arrangement of this hymn is strong and uplifting.
Free Hymn of the Month from Getty Music Getty Music is partnering with Blue Letter Bible to give you a free hymn of the month for the next 14 months, including free MP3 song downloads and sheet music! Visit our Free Hymn of the Month page each month, where you’ll also have access to song […]
Global Hymn Sing—Sunday, February 25, 2018 Psalm 66:4 declares, “All the earth shall worship You…and shall sing praises to Your name.” Blue Letter Bible, in partnership with Getty Music, invites you to participate in the #TheTaskUnfinished Global Missions Hymn Sing.
Marked by tradegy The classic hymn was written by Horatio Spafford, a man who was sadly all too familiar with death and tragedy. In 1871, Spafford suffered the tragic death of his only son to scarlet fever. Shortly thereafter, the Great Chicago Fire destroyed the entire city. A successful businessman and lawyer at the time, […]