Video and Music Resources

New music from John Michael Talbot

Let Us Kneel Down II –  from SONGS FROM SOLITUDE

Let us kneel down, let us ask Christ our God
Let us kneel down and beseech Christ the King
Let us kneel down to entreat Christ our Saviour

Music can be purchased from www.johnmichaeltalbot-ministry.com

The Irish Blessing – over 300 churches from our island sing a blessing over Ireland and beyond …

The Irish Blessing (Beannacht uile-Éireann) is a project inspired by the many international recordings of “The Blessing” (by Cody Carnes, Kari Jobe and Elevation Worship) which have been made during this time of pandemic.

https://theirishblessing.com

SHELTER ME – a new hymn by Fr. Michael Joncas

Shelter ME – a new hymn by Fr. Michael Joncas – the composer of the famous hymn “On Eagles Wings”.  This new hymn has been composed as an attempt to find God’s presence in these fraught times.  The hymn has been made available royalty free for the first year.

 

God Will Wipe Away All Tears – composer Bernard Sexton

Bernard Sexton is an Irish composer who has been working in the area of sacred and choral music for the past twenty five years.  The following video is his recent composition “God will Wipe Away All Tears” which he has dedicated to the victims of COVID-19 as well as their family and friends.

Lyrics

God will wipe away all tears
God will bring you home
To the place he has prepared for you
You shall never be alone
Storms may gather, evening fall
Daylight turn to shade
And when you earthly work is done
Do not fear, be not afraid.

There’s a time for everything
A time to be born
There’s a time to dance, to laugh
A time to weep, a time to mourn
Every plant that fades and dies
Is part of the Lord’s plan
When we die, we live anew
In God we are reborn.

Lovely is your dwelling place
O Lord God of hosts
How my soul clings to you
Close to the living God
Like the sparrow finds a home
The swallow finds a nest
So I’ll find a place with God
With him I shall be blessed.

God will wipe away all tears
And death shall be no more
Alpha and Omega
Beginning and the end
Though we walk in death’s dark vale
No evil shall we fear
God is there, our Shepherd, Lord
Our Comforter is here.