For All The Saints: Indelible Grace III

by Indelible Grace Music

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about

Worship is about having our sanity restored and getting in touch with reality. The gospel is always about bringing us to our senses – as the prodigal discovered! And we have come to love these hymns because they remind us of what is real and what is true – Jesus died to justify the wicked, and that changes everything! Rather than flatter ourselves, we can embrace the reality that we come to God from “bondage, sorrow and night” and yet thrill to the fact that still He invites us to come! The gospel is the great surprise that stirs us to “love and sing and wonder” because the Lord who bought us “pitied us when enemies” and in His death at the cross “grace and justice, join and point to mercy’s store.” All the wrath due His people was poured out on Jesus and so “when through grace in Christ our trust is, justice smiles and asks no more!” This is the gospel that drives these hymns, that brings the kind of courage celebrated in “For All The Saints” and that brings freedom to come to Jesus even when full of “arrogant pride.” We love these hymns because they help us see the kingdom of God as bigger than just our moment in time, and the church as bigger than just our friends. These hymns connect us to those who have gone before – those who’ve struggled just like us and who have found the gospel big enough for all their struggles! We sing these hymns in the hope that God would sink these truths deep into our hearts – and believe He is doing just that.

This is now our third collection of hymns set to new music, and this one has a mood of sober joy. I think reality is just sinking in a little more. The Christian life is not about closing our eyes and pretending Jesus turns all of our lemons into lemonade, and worship music should never be about helping us live out of touch with reality. Rather worship music should deepen our gaze of Jesus and His beauty and at the same time, open our eyes to the brokenness in ourselves and our world and compel us to take up our cross and follow Him. We have been “ransomed, healed, restored, forgiven” – and that changes everything!

Soli Deo Gloria!
Rev. Kevin Twit, Campus Minister
Reformed University Fellowship (RUF), Belmont University
Nashville TN www.belmontruf.org

credits

released 01 November 2003
IG 3 credits (songs are in order)

1. Jesus I Come (Out of My Bondage) vocal: Matthew Perryman Jones
Words by William Sleeper, Music by Greg Thompson, © 2000 Greg Thompson Music. Used by permission. All rights reserved
Drums: Will Sayles
Percussion: Ian Fitchuk, Will Sayles
Bass: Chris Weigel
Electric guitar: Matthew Perryman Jones
Acoustic guitars: Kevin Twit
Accordion: Jordan Hamlin
Background vocals: Emily Deloach

2. O Come And Mourn vocal: Sandra McCracken
Words by Frederick Faber (alt. by Sandra McCracken) Music by Eric Ashley © 1999 Eric Ashley Music. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
Drums, percussion: Paul Eckberg
Bass: Chris Weigel
Electric guitar: Andrew Osenga, Kevin Twit
Guitar solo: Kevin Twit
Acoustic guitar: Kevin Twit
Piano, Organ: Ian Fitchuk
Background vocals: Andrew Osenga, Hunter Kelly, Cason Cooley, Emily Deloach, and the Belmont RUF group!

3. Jesus Everlasting King vocal: Matthew Smith
Words by Isaac Watts (alt. by Matthew Smith) music by Matthew Smith © 2003 detuned radio music (ASCAP) Used by permission. All rights reserved.
Drums: Will Sayles
Percussion: Will Sayles, Ian Fitchuk
Bass: Chris Weigel
Electric guitar: Kevin Twit, Ian Fitchuk
Acoustic guitar, dobro, papoose guitar: Kevin Twit
Hi string acoustic: Ian Fitchuk
Background vocals: Derek Webb*, Andrew Osenga, Ian Fitchuk

*Derek Webb appears courtesy of INO Records / M2O Communications

4. Praise My Soul vocal: Emily Deloach
Words by Henry Lyte, Music by Christopher Miner © 1997 Christopher Miner Music
Used by permission. All rights reserved.
Drums, percussion: Will Sayles
Bass, dobro, papoose: Kevin Twit
Acoustic guitar, organ: Ian Fitchuk
Piano: Cason Cooley
Background vocals: Emily Deloach, Jordan Hamlin, Rachel Briggs, Margaret Patton, Josh Irwin, Kevin Twit

5. The Love Of Christ vocal: Derek Webb
Words by William Gadsby, Music by Sandra McCracken © 2001 Same old Dress Music (ASCAP) Used by permission. All rights reserved.
Percussion: Paul Eckberg
Acoustic bass: Jana Jones
Baritone guitar, hi string acoustic: Kevin Twit
Acoustic guitar: Derek Webb
Mandolin: Graham Stoner
Violin: Amanda Larsen
Organ: Ian Fitchuk
Accordion, Tin Whistle: Luke Brodine
Background vocals: Sandra McCracken

6. Jesus With Thy Church Abide vocal: Andrew Osenga
Words by Thomas Pollock, Music by Christopher Miner © 1997 Christopher Miner Music Used by permission. All rights reserved.
Drums: Paul Eckberg
Percussion: Paul Eckberg, Ian Fitchuk
Bass: Chris Weigel
Electric 12 string, background vocals: Andrew Osenga
Acoustic guitar, electric guitar swells: Kevin Twit
Acoustic hi string guitar, celeste: Ian Fitchuk
Piano: Cason Cooley

7. Lo He Comes vocal: Matthew Smith
Words by Charles Wesley and John Cennick, Music by Matthew Smith © 2001 detuned radio music (ASCAP) Used by permission. All rights reserved.
Drums, drum loop: Will Sayles
Percussion, acoustic guitars, electric guitars, keyboards: Ian Fitchuk
Keys: Jeff Pardo
Bass: Aaron Sands
Electric guitar: Justin Loucks
Background vocals: Andrew Osenga, Alison Osenga

8. She Shall And Must Go Free (Mercy Speaks) vocal: Sandra McCracken
Words by William Gadsby, Music by Derek Webb and Sandra McCracken © 2002 Niphon Music (ASCAP)/ Same Old Dress Music (ASCAP) Used by permission. All rights reserved.
Bass: Jana Jones
Acoustic guitar: Derek Webb, Sandra McCracken
Dobro: Kenny Meeks
Papoose guitar: Kevin Twit
Accordion: Luke Brodine
Background vocals: Derek Webb, Sandra McCracken, Andrew Osenga

9. Jesus Cast A Look On Me vocal: Matthew Perryman Jones
Words by John Berridge Music by Matthew Perryman Jones © 2002 MPJ Music
Used by permission. All rights reserved.
Acoustic guitar: Matthew Perryman Jones
Harmonica: “Rufus” (Buddy Greene)
Background vocals: Jeremy Casella*

Jeremy Casella appears courtesy of Universal South / Eb+Flo Records

10. Let Us Love And Sing And Wonder vocal: Laura Taylor
Words by John Newton Music by Laura Taylor © 2001 Laura Taylor Music
Used by permission. All rights reserved.
Drums, percussion, loop: Will Sayles
Percussion: Ian Fitchuk
Bass: Chris Weigel
Electric guitar: Kevin Twit
Acoustic guitar: Laura Taylor
Electric guitar swells: Jeremy Casella
Keyboards: Cason Cooley
Background vocals: Laura Taylor


11. Not What My Hands Have Done vocal: Taylor
Words by Horatius Bonar, Music by Kevin Twit © 2001 Kevin Twit Music
Used by permission. All rights reserved.
Drums, percussion: Will Sayles
Bass: Aaron Sands
Electric guitar: Kevin Twit, Andrew Osenga
Piano: Cason Cooley
Wurlitzer: Jeff Pardo
Harmonica solo: “Rufus” (Buddy Greene)

12. A Sinner’s Cry vocal: Katy Bowser
Words by Samuel Medley, Music by Katy Bowser © 2002 Velveteen Songs
Used by permission. All rights reserved.
Drums: Shea Hardin
Bass, acoustic guitar, papoose solo: Kevin Twit
Ebow guitar: Cason Cooley

13. O Word Of God Incarnate vocal: Jeff Pardo
Words: William How Music: © 2003 Bobby Guy Music (ASCAP)
Used by permission. All rights reserved.
Drums, percussion: Paul Eckberg
Percussion: Ian Fitchuk
Bass: Steve Mikesel
Electric guitar: Kevin Twit
Acoustic guitar: Jeremy Casella
Piano: Jeff Pardo
Keyboards: Cason Cooley
Mandolin: Graham Stoner
Background vocals: Sandra McCracken

14. For All The Saints vocal: Dan Haseltine
Words by William How, Music by Christopher Miner © 1997 Christopher Miner Music
Used by permission. All rights reserved.
Drum loop, additional production: Josh Moore
Hand percussion: Ian Fitchuk
Bass: Chris Weigel
Electric guitar, hi string guitar: Kevin Twit
Acoustic guitar: Ian Fitchuk
Violin: Amanda Larsen
Background vocals: Dan Haseltine*, Jeremy Casella, Jacob Grimm, Rachel Briggs, Jordan Hamlin, Margaret Patton

*Dan Haseltine appears courtesy of ¬Jars Of Clay

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