Hymns Of Remembrance

There are no more survivors of WWI left alive today. The war itself belongs to a different age, one that denied women the vote and sent pre-teens out to work. Of course we forget. Yet we are not incapable of remembering.

The memories might not be our own, but through songs like these, we can inhabit the world of a century ago as seen through the eyes of faith. And it is important that we do.

For all Christians know that it is often in our times of trial and suffering that we, finally stripped of so many distractions, learn what it is to place our trust fully in God.

“The Lord is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit.” - Psalm 34:18

When we reconnect with the type of faith in Christ that holds fast in the midst of the horrors of war, we cannot help but be inspired and empowered.

Download the How Great Thou Art sheet music FULL the full veterans interview video to watch in your church - click the link on the right or below.

Click through on the other featured songs for to play audio and download sheet music.

This collection features songs from these albums...

Hymns Of Remembrance - Lest We Forget

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Nearer My God To Thee
Sarah Flower Adams

Rock of ages
Augustus Montague Toplady

Abide With Me
William Monk(d1889)/Henry Francis Lyte(d1847)

Blessed Assurance
The Celebration Choir

How sweet the Name of Jesus sounds
A Reinagle (d1877) / John Newton (d.1807)

A safe stronghold our God is still
Martin Luther (1483 - 1546)

Click though on each song for to hear audio and download sheet music. The collection below includes How Great Thou Art sheet music, plus the full veteran interview video for use in your church!

More resources for each song can be found in the song library

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Hymns Of Remembrance