Creation Sings the Fathers Song





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Published on Mar 31, 2009

"Keith and Kristyn Getty"
The Touring Band is... Justin Hartman on Bass, Dustin Rohrer on Drums, Jordan Davis on Guitars and Deborah Klemme on Violin.

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Flaviu Pintea
G B U 😀😃
Evelyn Paul
Beautiful. Bless the Lord
Rare But Serious
I wish this one had made it onto the Live at The Gospel Coalition album; those were the best arrangements I've ever heard of several K&KG songs, and I'd love to hear this one arranged similarly. 
Much better pace on this song than I have heard and 'suffered' else where. Makes far more sense.
BIll G
We are acquainting our 5 year old grandson with Getty music on the ride between his home and ours when we babysit. This has become his favorite Getty tune but nothing can beat Huntley Brown's Sing Unto the Lord, with the Hallelujah Chorus running a close third behind this. We have to teach them early, the world is going the wrong way ever faster. To God be the glory for the great inspiration and music of the Getty's and Stuart Townsend. 
Joseph Yu
Keith and Kristyn, i just want to thank you so much for using God's gifts to not only worship Him but also write songs that point us back to who He is. Please keep seeking to write hymns for the church to sing.
seyram amenu-tekaa
this song is powerful..i really love it...
Sacred Music
If you do, or don't like this, please go to heart publications and on the cd "Come Boldly" there is a wonderfull version of this. it is the first track.
Beautiful awesome.
Kat T
@randomadhdninja Personally (and you can ignore me if you want) I think maybe strings during the chorus would sound quite good, building up to the crescendo of the final chorus.
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