Let’s face it, these days the budget for your ministry might be kinda tight, if you even have one, and some of us wind up using our own resources to meet our sheet music needs.
If that’s you, or if you just love to get free stuff, check out WorshipTogether.com and get this week’s free song plus 9 more … free!
Now, free sheet music?… ya that’s music to my ears!
Recently I received an email from Bob Bennett. Bob’s been a fixture in the worship and christian music circle since I can remember. His ability to put words down and give you “pictures” in your mind is uncanny. With songs like Come and See, Still Rolls the Stone and Mountain Cathedrals.
So, like I said, I received an email from Bob. He wrote these words,
“the first few sprinkles of creative rain have fallen in my life … perhaps the long song drought is over and I can begin walking out of this desert. I’m cautiously optimistic about that.”
I’ve been looking forward to hearing what he’s been up to and was glad to find that he’d posted a demo of a new song he’s been working on. He reminded me that it was only a demo, “not a final ‘anything’ about except, maybe, the structure of the song itself (music and lyrics).”
Bob’s granted permission to post a link to the demo but he’ll be taking it down after the 15th of January so be sure to listen before it’s gone.
I decided to include this video of Bob from a few years back….. Enjoy!
In light of a number of hits to WorshipOne inquiring for information for the song By His Wounds I have included some links to help search efforts for this song.
For Guitar and Mandolin chords. This site is great as it includes a transpose option along with some other cool stuff.
Here’s a site that has guitar tabs. I’m sorry but I was unable to locate any mandolin tabs. I’ll keep looking.
Visit NewSongCafe’s watch and learn video to see and hear more about the making of this song along with some instruction.
By His Wounds
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If you’re looking for new songs or need to know how to play a particular song, here’s a great resource. Stop by WorshipTogether.com and visit New Song Cafe. Here you’ll find videos where worship leaders share stories about how their songs were written and then lead you through the structure and chords of the song. Log in to create an account and enjoy watching and learning. Here Chris Tomlin demonstrates his song, Glory in the Highest on the New Song Cafe.