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Redemption Hymns is a collection of over 700 great Christian songs - both old and new - especially chosen for their high Bible truth content.  They’re songs that “make the truth memorable.”  More than just true, they contain a significant amount of truth. Features Many recent high truth-content songs such as In Christ Alone, There is a Redeemer and How Deep the Father’s Love for Us. The most loved songs from the great Christ-honouring hymnbooks of the past including Amazing Grace, How Great Thou Art, All That Thrills My Soul is Jesus and many others. Songs arranged in alphabetical order of first lines - so you're usually able to find a song without using the index. The music edition has nearly 900 pages of great Christian music.  Chord names are shown. The music is beautifully clear and easy to read, and when possible the simplest arrangements are used. Multiple tunes (on facing pages) for many of the songs.   Also there are cross- references to suitable tunes for many of the songs. Older songs are set in a lower key for ease of singing and some language is updated. Extensive indexes including a Combined Index of First Lines, Titles and Refrains; an index of Topics such as Praise, The Lord’s Table, Heaven, Redemption, Grace, Christmas, Gospel, etc. and indexes for Authors, Tunes and Metres. How to buy  You can purchase Redemption Hymns from this website to be posted anywhere in the world.  Click here to go to the order page. Newsletter If you’d like to get our free Emmaus newsletter once or twice a year, just complete this form and click Send: Why use hymnbooks when you could use a projector? When a church uses hymnbooks instead of a projector, there’s no annual copyright charge – and there’s no need to keep weekly records of songs used for the copyright agency. Hymnbooks are good for people who have difficulty seeing the words on a screen due to eyesight problems -- or because they’re behind a tall person.  Hymnbooks can be used when there’s a power failure or when the projector bulb blows. Hymnbooks can be used when people are sitting around the room facing the centre – they don’t all need to be facing a screen. If God speaks to you through a hymn, you might want to re-read the words after it has been sung. This is easy with a hymnbook, but a projected song disappears as soon as it has been sung.  Sometimes, only one verse is visible at a time. People can own their own hymnbooks and take them home – to learn songs, to prepare for the service, or for devotional reading.  They can mark or highlight the songs they like. People get to know and love hymnbooks – but this is not possible with ever- changing collections of projected songs. A hymnbook is ideal for worship led by members of the congregation (open worship) because: The words of a hymn can be checked before the hymn is requested.  Selected verses can be read aloud. Verses can be omitted on request. Hymnbooks are great for song-times in homes.  They’re suitable for families, home groups and other small groups. Although there’s a cost associated with the initial purchase of hymnbooks, there’s often a very large cost associated with the purchase and maintenance of projection equipment. Operators for projection equipment must be recruited, trained and rostered.  There will inevitably be hitches with operator absences, equipment problems and selecting songs on the computer. Although, in theory, people should sing better when looking up at a screen, in practice there is often better singing in congregations that use hymnbooks. If hymnbooks are handed out, there can be a useful point of contact with visitors.                        

Welcome

Redemption Hymns is a collection of over 700 great Christian songs - both old and new - especially chosen for their high Bible truth content.  They’re songs that “make the truth memorable.”  More than just true, they contain a significant amount of truth. Features Many recent high truth-content songs such as In Christ Alone, There is a Redeemer and How Deep the Father’s Love for Us. The most loved songs from the great Christ-honouring hymnbooks of the past  including Amazing Grace, How Great Thou Art, All That Thrills My Soul is Jesus and many others. Songs arranged in alphabetical order of first lines - so you're usually able to find a song without using the index. The music edition has nearly 900 pages of great Christian music.  Chord names are shown. The music is beautifully clear and easy to read, and when possible the simplest arrangements are used. Multiple tunes (on facing pages) for many of the songs.   Also there are cross-references to suitable tunes for many of the songs. Older songs are set in a lower key for ease of singing and some language is updated. Extensive indexes including a Combined Index of First Lines, Titles and Refrains; an index of Topics such as Praise, The Lord’s Table, Heaven, Redemption, Grace, Christmas, Gospel, etc. and indexes for Authors, Tunes and Metres. How to buy  You can purchase Redemption Hymns from this website to be posted anywhere in the world.  Click here to go to the order page. Newsletter If you’d like to get our free Emmaus newsletter once or twice a year, just complete this form and click Send: Why use hymnbooks when you could use a projector? When a church uses hymnbooks instead of a projector, there’s no annual copyright charge – and there’s no need to keep weekly records of songs used for the copyright agency. Hymnbooks are good for people who have difficulty seeing the words on a screen due to eyesight problems -- or because they’re behind a tall person.  Hymnbooks can be used when there’s a power failure or when the projector bulb blows. Hymnbooks can be used when people are sitting around the room facing the centre – they don’t all need to be facing a screen. If God speaks to you through a hymn, you might want to re- read the words after it has been sung. This is easy with a hymnbook, but a projected song disappears as soon as it has been sung.  Sometimes, only one verse is visible at a time. People can own their own hymnbooks and take them home – to learn songs, to prepare for the service, or for devotional reading.  They can mark or highlight the songs they like. People get to know and love hymnbooks – but this is not possible with ever-changing collections of projected songs. A hymnbook is ideal for worship led by members of the congregation (open worship) because: The words of a hymn can be checked before the hymn is requested.  Selected verses can be read aloud. Verses can be omitted on request. Hymnbooks are great for song-times in homes.  They’re suitable for families, home groups and other small groups. Although there’s a cost associated with the initial purchase of hymnbooks, there’s often a very large cost associated with the purchase and maintenance of projection equipment. Operators for projection equipment must be recruited, trained and rostered.  There will inevitably be hitches with operator absences, equipment problems and selecting songs on the computer. Although, in theory, people should sing better when looking up at a screen, in practice there is often better singing in congregations that use hymnbooks. If hymnbooks are handed out, there can be a useful point of contact with visitors.                        

Welcome

Redemption Hymns is a collection of over 700 great Christian songs - both old and new - especially chosen for their high Bible truth content.  They’re songs that “make the truth memorable.”  More than just true, they contain a significant amount of truth. Features Many recent high truth- content songs such as In Christ Alone, There is a Redeemer and How Deep the Father’s Love for Us. The most loved songs from the great Christ-honouring hymnbooks of the past including Amazing Grace, How Great Thou Art, All That Thrills My Soul is Jesus and many others. Songs arranged in alphabetical order of first lines - so you're usually able to find a song without using the index. The music edition has nearly 900 pages of great Christian music.  Chord names are shown. The music is beautifully clear and easy to read, and when possible the simplest arrangements are used. Multiple tunes (on facing pages) for many of the songs.   Also there are cross- references to suitable tunes for many of the songs. Older songs are set in a lower key for ease of singing and some language is updated. Extensive indexes including a Combined Index of First Lines, Titles and Refrains; an index of Topics such as Praise, The Lord’s Table, Heaven, Redemption, Grace, Christmas, Gospel, etc. and indexes for Authors, Tunes and Metres. How to buy  You can purchase Redemption Hymns from this website to be posted anywhere in the world.  Click here to go to the order page. Newsletter If you’d like to get our free Emmaus newsletter once or twice a year, just complete this form and click Send: Why use hymnbooks when you could use a projector? When a church uses hymnbooks instead of a projector, there’s no annual copyright charge – and there’s no need to keep weekly records of songs used for the copyright agency. Hymnbooks are good for people who have difficulty seeing the words on a screen due to eyesight problems -- or because they’re behind a tall person.  Hymnbooks can be used when there’s a power failure or when the projector bulb blows. Hymnbooks can be used when people are sitting around the room facing the centre – they don’t all need to be facing a screen. If God speaks to you through a hymn, you might want to re-read the words after it has been sung. This is easy with a hymnbook, but a projected song disappears as soon as it has been sung.  Sometimes, only one verse is visible at a time. People can own their own hymnbooks and take them home – to learn songs, to prepare for the service, or for devotional reading.  They can mark or highlight the songs they like. People get to know and love hymnbooks – but this is not possible with ever-changing collections of projected songs. A hymnbook is ideal for worship led by members of the congregation (open worship) because: The words of a hymn can be checked before the hymn is requested.  Selected verses can be read aloud. Verses can be omitted on request. Hymnbooks are great for song-times in homes.  They’re suitable for families, home groups and other small groups. Although there’s a cost associated with the initial purchase of hymnbooks, there’s often a very large cost associated with the purchase and maintenance of projection equipment. Operators for projection equipment must be recruited, trained and rostered.  There will inevitably be hitches with operator absences, equipment problems and selecting songs on the computer. Although, in theory, people should sing better when looking up at a screen, in practice there is often better singing in congregations that use hymnbooks. If hymnbooks are handed out, there can be a useful point of contact with visitors.                        
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