Christ-Centered Worship Songs: “Through the Precious Blood”

This column, “Cross-Centered Worship Songs”, was started as a way to serve my many worship leading friends.  I hope to introduce  some of the lesser known songs out there that you may not have heard.    We will be posting songs from different genres:  hymns, a capella, contemporary rock, etc.   We will post the lyrics as well as the Mp3 along with a chord chart when possible. I hope you find it helpful.  If you do, please let us know!     This weeks selection “Throught the Precious Blood” is a medium tempo song in 6/8 time.   

Through The Precious Blood (From Come Weary Saints 2008)
Words & Music by Mark Altrogge

You have ordained every breath we take
In pleasure or pain, there is no mistake
Gladness and grief, both are in Your hand
And sufferings brief carry out Your plan
And our fleeting sorrows
Will yield an endless prize
When some bright tomorrow
We’ll see You with our eyes, and

Grace upon grace flows down, flows down
Grace upon grace flows down, flows down
Through the precious blood of Christ

Father of lights, Giver of all grace
Your mercies crown our lives all our days
River of Life, quench our thirsty souls
For no true delight does Your love withhold
And in every season
We are satisfied
For just one reason
Christ was crucified, and

All good gifts, every good thing
Comes to us freely, so freely
All good gifts, every good thing
Comes to us freely, so freely
Through the precious blood
Through the precious blood


Through the Precious Blood CHORD Chart

For more cross-centered worship songs visit this page:  http://notforitchingears.com/leading-worship/cross-centered-worship-songs/

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Posted on March 13, 2011, in Christianity, Worship and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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