Sovereign Grace Music: From Age to Age – Resources

Sovereign Grace Music has recently released a new CD: From Age to Age–inspired and influenced by hymn writers of the past.”

Song List:

  • Prelude
  • Great Things (Fanny Crosby and Steve and Vikki Cook)
  • Our Song from Age to Age (Joel Sczebel)
  • Abba, Father (James Deck and Joel Sczebel)
  • O My Soul, Arise (Charles Wesley and Eric McAllister)
  • How Great You Are (Inspired by “How Great Thou Art” by Stuart Hine, Joel and Pat Sczebel)
  • Glorious Christ (Bob Kauflin)
  • See, He Comes (Based upon “Lo, He Come with Clouds Descending” by John Cennick and Charles Wesley, Rich Gunderlock and Zach Sprowls)
  • Nothing That My Hands Can Do (Horatius Bonar, Matt Richley)
  • My Redeemer’s Love (Mark Attrogge and Jordan Kauflin)
  • Father, How Sweet (Mark Attrogge)
  • Mighty Fortress (Inspired by “A Mighty Fortress is Our God” by Martin Luther, Steve and Vikki Cook)
  • Immovable Our Hope Remains (August Toplady, Bob Kauflin and Brittany Kauflin)
  • All Is Well (Steve and Vikki Cook)
  • Gladly Would I Leave Behind Me (Ann Griffiths and Doug Plank)

As is with all Sovereign Grace Music, the lead sheets and chord charts to these hymns are available for Free at

All 14 of these “new” hymns (I say new, because of the recent musical treatment, not the text–in most cases)  are written with the expressed interest of their use in congregational worship.   Therefore, is it no surprise that they are in  singable keys and the rhythm is well within in the grasp most congregations.  One song that immediately stands out is “Nothing That My Hands Can Do.” This is a very powerful song.  The text is richly seated in the gospel, and the melodic line and harmonic structure support it well.  Verse one is the realization that it is impossible for man to save himself; it is Christ who saves.  Verse two is the right and just response to such a Savior–praise.  Verse three, the final verse, contains another realization, the realization that life is short and soon we will “look upon our Savior’s scars and know they were for me.”


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