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Dear Redeeming Grace,

Within our family of churches called Sovereign Grace Churches, one of the many resources we're thankful for is Sovereign Grace Music. This ministry exists to "produce Christ-exalting songs and training for the Church from our local churches." This Sunday we're excited to be learning one of their new songs from a recent project they've been working on.

I suspect many have read or are familiar with the classic book Knowing God by J.I. Packer. With the 50th anniversary of the book in 2023, Sovereign Grace Music began a project to write songs based on this book. Over the next few months they will be releasing songs until the full project is available this summer. The new song we'll be singing this week is called Sing.

Here's what Bob Kauflin, director of Sovereign Grace Music, had to say about this song:
"Sing is a jubilant call to worship that reflects a single sentence in chapter thirteen, “The Grace of God.” Packer quotes the lyrics to an Isaac Watts hymn and then says,

“The people who can sincerely take Watts’ words on their lips will not soon tire of singing the praises of grace.” (J. I. Packer, Knowing God, 20th Anniversary ed. [Downers Grove, IL: IVP, 1993], 132)

So verse three of Sing proclaims:

On the final day when the Lord on high returns in majesty
We will bow in wonder before the Lamb
And evermore the saints will sing
Morning and evening, everything breathing must sing, oh sing
All of creation rise up and praise the King of kings, and sing!

The One who created, redeemed, and sustains us is worthy of unending songs of worship."

I couldn't agree more and am eagerly anticipating our gathering this Sunday where we join our voices together in praise. If you have a moment this weekend, give this new song a listen, and come prepared to to join with everything that has breath, to sing!