In Christ Alone Sheet Music PDF (Geoff Moore)
In Christ Alone Sheet Music PDF (Geoff Moore)
In Christ AloneGeoff Moore
Lead Sheet & Piano/Vocal Details
Download the sheet music for In Christ Alone by Geoff Moore, from the album WOW Worship Yellow. This song was arranged by Daniel Galbraith in the key of D, Eb.
|Album||WOW Worship Yellow|
|Authors||Keith Getty, Stuart Townend|
|Publishers||Capitol Christian Music|
|CCLI Song No.||3350395|
|Available Keys||D, Eb|
|Themes||Modern Hymn, Good Friday, Guilt, Jesus, Life, Light, Love, Peace, Power, Righteousness, Satisfy, Sin, Strength, Victory, Aspiration, Shame, Body, Calm, Quietness, Hell, Lost, Anchor, Storm, Gift, Wrath, Cornerstone, Abiding, Atonement, Blood, Breakthrough, Breath, Children, Christ, Church, Comfort, Confidence, Crucifixion, Death, Destiny, Encouragement, Fear, Home, Communion, Cross, Hope, Security, Easter, Lent, Resurrection|
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I woke up angry. Hurt, disappointed and angry. I also have a deadline. I am supposed to be writing about the love of God in Christ alone. So ironic. How do I connect to the love of God with the emotion of anger coursing through my veins? Today is a very human kind of day where no one filled the dishwasher or offered to help with the groceries. Someone borrowed the car and brought it home empty. The garbage cans are still sitting at the end of the driveway, and it was garbage day four days ago. Someone took the last bit of coffee cream, leaving me with skim milk. I could share this with someone. I could weave this tale with a friend or post something in an eerily passive way on social media. I would see those likes and comments of validation, knowing that others share or at least understand my emotions. Here's the thing. None of that would transform my hurt, soften my disappointment or soothe my anger. For a few moments, I would feel great. 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He rescues us from our messy selves and places us in a safe space away from the darkness of our sin and pain. Our hope is in Christ Alone. Tracey Dahl, M.A. is a writer and Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) in Langley, BC (Canada). She is married to Ryan Dahl (Founder of PraiseCharts) and the mother of four grown children. In Christ Alone was written by Keith Getty and Stuart Townend.