©2005 Cheryl A. B. Boydston
CCLI Song #4576350
Scripture Reference: John 20:19-29
Theme: Ascension, Thomas' acclamation, Christ glorified
Mood/Tempo: meditative praise/medium-slow
This song allows us, as 21st-century worshipers, not only to contemplate the crucified and risen Christ, but to put ourselves into the story, alongside Thomas, to see and to touch the glorified Christ.
Crucified, Glorified is appropriate as a communion song or for Ascension Day.
Crucified, Glorified .pdf file (sheet music)
Crucified, Glorified .mid sound file (audio sample)
Crucified, Glorified .pdf file (bulletin insert)
We see your nail-pierced hands;
We see your wounded side
Our Lord, our God--Crucified!
We touch your nail-pierced hands;
We touch your wounded side.
Our Lord, our God--Glorified!
Holy! Holy! Crucified!
Worthy! Worthy! Glorified!
Forever glorified. Forever glorified.
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two printable versions of sheet music -- one includes melody, guitar chords, and an arrangement for keyboard; the other is simply the melody line and can be used as a bulletin insert. This free sheet music is in .pdf format. (If you do not have a .pdf reader you can download the free Adobe Reader).
audio sample -- helps the listener become familiar with the mood and tempo of each song -- you'll hear the computer playing the sheet music arrangement.
May the Lord bless you and your congregation as you plan your worship services, and as you join together to offer praise to God alone!
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Posted by Brad Boydston at 8/19/2005
Labels: Ascension, Communion, Eastertide, Transfiguration