Posted by Morgan Shirey on 10 April 2018

Get this week's FREE song of the week, "Do It Again" by Michael W. Smith, plus other free songs! Don't forget to grab our "last chance" song as well! 

Free Song of the Week: "Do It Again" by Michael W. Smith

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Your promise still stands
Great is Your faithfulness, Your faithfulness
I'm still in Your hands, this is my confidence
You've never failed me yet



Classic Song of the Week: "Lord Have Mercy" by Robin Mark

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Lord, have mercy
Christ, have mercy
Lord, have mercy on me
Lord, have mercy
Christ, have mercy
Lord, have mercy on me, on me
      

Free Hymn of the Month: "A Mighty Fortress" by Brad & Rebekah

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A mighty fortress is our God
Unshakeable, unfailing
He reigns triumphant by His Love
His kingdom is forever



Last Chance: "Build My Life" by Soul Survivor 

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Holy, there is no one like you
There is none besides you
Open up my eyes in wonder
Show me who you are
Fill me with your heart and
Lead me in your love to those around me

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