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We have re-organized and expanded our SOWeR hymns and music page, not only making it more searchable but also adding much more information for our subscribers. Each hymn on our site now has its own web page, with text-only lyrics for use in bulletins and overhead projection, downloadable image files with words and music, lead sheets with guitar chords, as well as pdf files of full hymn scores from the ReClaim Hymnal.

This is a work in progress; it will take some time to complete all of the hymns. Be sure to check back as our online repertoire of music keeps growing!

Sola's Quickguide to Hymn Tunes: 
Check out this table that shows common hymn tunes you'll find on SOWeR's Hymns and Music page. 

List of Sola & Reclaim Hymns: Download and print this PDF for reference. 

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Bless Israel's God

Sola Original

Full Score (PDF)

four-part score for piano and organ (can be used as half-sheet bulletin insert)

Key of Bb

Music Image (PNG)

melody and words as an image file to paste into bulletins (cropped)

Key of Bb
Text: Cathy Ammlung
Music: (Hymn Tune)
Tune: Angelic Songs
Category: Benedictus;    Theme: Hope
Scripture: Luke 1:68-79

1. Bless Israel's God; he has reedemed his people:
Raised up a Savior born from David's line;
Promised of old, through prophets' proclamation,
to save from deadly foes with pow'r divine;
promised to show our fathers mercy sure;
promised his covenant forever shall endure.

2. Through Abraham, God swore an oath to save us
from hands of foes, to serve him fearlessly
in holiness and righteousness before him,
there to adore and bless him constantly.
You, child, God's prophet, go before his face
give saving knowledge of forgiveness and God's grace!

3. Tenderly, God bestows his love and mercy;
his heav'nly Dayspring shines upon our plight.
Darkness and death no longer can confound us:
In paths of peace, he guides us by his light.
Glory to Father, Son, and Spirit, Lord
God who through all the ages ever is adored!


This liturgical paraphrase of the Benedictus
is sung to the tune of: "Angelic Songs" (also known as "Tidings)
and is written to be used for Morning Prayer.