A New Song – Reformation Hymn

ben-white-165039_FotorAs you’re probably aware, 2017 marks the 500 year anniversary of Martin Luther nailing his 95 Theses to the door of a church building in Wittenberg, Germany. While not seeking to separate from the Roman Catholic church, he called for substantive and specific changes in her practices and theology.

Luther was joined by many other Reformers whose teachings were eventually summarized in what we call the Five Solas, “sola” being a Latin word meaning “alone” or “only.”

Sola Scriptura: Scripture alone
Solus Christus: Christ alone
Sola Fide: faith alone
Sola Gratia: grace alone
Soli Deo Gloria: glory to God alone

These phrases carry such weight because they keep us from our sinful tendency to base our justification before God on something other than what God has done for us in Christ and revealed to us in his Word.

The Five Solas

Our final authority is Scripture alone, not amended or added to by tradition, opinion, or church councils.

The basis of our forgiveness before God is Christ alone, not saints, Mary, angels, or any other being. In his substitutionary sacrifice on the cross Jesus completely bore God’s righteous wrath against us. His payment was full, final, and effective.

Our justification before God is by faith alone. God declares us righteous in his eyes not because he sees righteousness in us but because we fully rest and trust in the work of Christ on the cross to pay for our sins and because we receive his perfect righteousness as a gift.

We are justified by grace alone, through God’s kind, gracious, and free initiative. He gives us what we don’t deserve and could never earn: forgiveness, transformation into Christ’s image, and adoption into his family.

All of this is accomplished for God’s glory alone. For eternity, praises will redound to the God whose wisdom, power, and love ordained that he would have a people from every tribe, language, and nation to share in his Triune joy forever.

A New Song

While we already have many songs and hymns that help us remember and celebrate these truths, it seems appropriate to mark this 500 year anniversary with new songs. David Ward wrote one a couple years ago called Glory Be to God Alone, and I’m sure there are probably others.

Which brings me to this post. Last year Chris Anderson, a pastor and hymn writer I had met once at Together for the Gospel, emailed me to ask if I wanted to work on a Reformation Hymn with him. Sounded like a great idea.

So for about 8 months we emailed back and forth, worked on a Google doc, and finally came up with a song. It’s intended to be a concise, musical summary of Reformation truths that we stand on, live by, and treasure. Here are the words:

We will trust God’s Word alone, where His perfect will is known;
Our traditions shift like sand while His Truth forever stands.

We will live by faith alone, clothed in merit not our own;
All we claim is Jesus Christ and His finished sacrifice.

Glory be, glory be to God alone
Through the church He redeemed and made His own.
He has freed us, He will keep us till we’re safely home
Glory be, glory be to God alone!

We are saved by grace alone—undeserved, yet freely shown;
No accomplishment on earth can achieve the second birth.

We will stand on Christ alone, the unyielding Cornerstone;
Nations rage and devils roar, still he reigns forevermore!

Here’s a quick demo I recorded with Zach Taylor, a member of my church and recent Southern Seminary graduate.

Of course this song can be sung any time, not just during the 500 year anniversary of the Reformation. I pray it’s an encouragement to you as you consider what a great salvation God has given us through his Son!

You can download the sheet music and MP3 below:

Reformation Hymn – MP3
Reformation Hymn – Lead Sheet – C
Reformation Hymn – Lead Sheet – D
Reformation Hymn – SATB – C
Reformation Hymn – SATB – D

If you’re interested, you can also check out Reformation Song, which I wrote with Tim Chester.

78 Responses to A New Song – Reformation Hymn

  1. Janette crook February 22, 2017 at 7:28 PM #

    What a God inspired and uplifting song

  2. Stephen Shead February 23, 2017 at 3:57 AM #

    Hi Bob,

    I’m a pastor in Australia. Thank you so much to you and Chris Anderson for the song – I love it, and am planning to use it later this year in the church where I serve.

    But I also wanted to pass on a little request / musical gripe / feedback. I know you said the recording you did with Zach Taylor is only a quick demo, but in several places in both verses and chorus, the tune sung on that recording doesn’t agree with the sheet music. (I notice the same recording is on the ChurchWorksMedia website as well.)

    I would love it if you were able to fix that (soon!) – either re-record in line with the sheet music, or change the sheet music. It’s just that in the modern world, if the melody isn’t nailed down from the start, there will forever be people and churches singing it slightly differently from each other, and nobody really knows which tune is “right”.

    Anyway, thank you again for sharing this!
    Blessings,
    Stephen Shead
    Sydney, Australia

    • Bob Kauflin February 23, 2017 at 11:12 AM #

      Stephen, Thanks so much! My fault. The recording is right. New lead/hynm sheets have been uploaded here, and I’ll pass them on to Chris. Thanks for your encouraging words.

      • Stephen Shead February 23, 2017 at 3:55 PM #

        Thank you for such a prompt reply! And now … can I point out the inconsistencies that are still there in the chorus?? The “-ry” of the second “glo-ry” in lines 1 & 2, the “we’re” in line 3, and the “-ry”s for both “glo-rys” in the final line are all third jumps rather than passing notes (at least, that’s how they’re sung).

        • Bob Kauflin February 23, 2017 at 5:10 PM #

          That’s stylized singing. The chart is right. Thanks for being nit-picky!

          • Stephen Shead February 23, 2017 at 5:44 PM #

            Oh … really? As in, he slides up to the E (recording pitch) from the D# to anticipate the following E? I simply hear it as C#-E-E – hence my concern, since I’m guessing many will hear it the same way and learn it from the recording. Is a stylized recording really the best way to get it out there as a teaching tool?

            I know I’m way more nit-picky than 99% of people, so apologies if I’m just getting annoying. But I really would love the saints all to be singing the same thing on this.

            And one final question, then I’ll leave it: In the last line of the chorus, the tune for first “Glory-be” is different than in the first two lines (passing note rather than jump). Is that intentional?

            After that, I’ll stop bugging you, and teach it from the chart :-)
            Grace and peace,
            Stephen.

          • Bob Kauflin February 23, 2017 at 11:02 PM #

            No problem, Stephen! People learn songs different ways, some by ear, some by note. We intended it to be the third jump in the first two glory be’s, but I’m totally fine with people sliding. And yes, the second to the last “glory be” is a walk up (3-4-5), and not a jump (3-5-5). Thanks for caring!

          • Stephen Shead February 23, 2017 at 11:20 PM #

            Now you’ve got me really confused :-( So in bar 26, in the D major chart, should “glo-ry” be B-C# as in the chart, or B-D as in the recording?

            Sorry for dragging this out!

          • Bob Kauflin February 24, 2017 at 6:24 AM #

            Sorry, I wasn’t clear which bar you were talking about. The last “glory be” is B-C#-D. The chart is right.

          • Stephen Shead February 24, 2017 at 6:57 AM #

            OK, thanks again. I think people will sing B-D-D because that’s what Zach sings (stylized?). But I’ll teach it as the chart has it.

            Thanks again for serving the saints with this song!

          • Bob Kauflin February 24, 2017 at 7:18 AM #

            Hey, I’m just happy if people sing it!

  3. Vickie Chasteen Ball February 23, 2017 at 7:51 AM #

    As usual, this is a wonderful hymn, so very singable for the church—and, more importantly, so very God-glorifying. Thank you for putting these songs in the mouth of the church to help us offer worthy praise.

  4. Rick Stordy February 23, 2017 at 11:09 AM #

    Hi Bob, I love this – sounds and looks great, and very helpful for our church which is about to start a series on the Five Solas. Is it possible to have a copy of your recording that can be downloaded so we can share this with our musicians and congregation?

    • Bob Kauflin February 23, 2017 at 11:34 AM #

      Rick, you can download it now.

      • Rick Stordy March 1, 2017 at 8:10 AM #

        Bob that’s so helpful. Thanks as ever.

      • Dennis Jeremica March 4, 2017 at 12:21 PM #

        Hi Bob, Next week we are starting the Solas as well, beginning with Scripture. Could you also send me the audio. Dennis Jeremica Email: dennisj59@gmail.com
        Redeemed Southbay Church (Torrance California). Loved the Sheppards Conference this week. Thank you for your ministry.

  5. Michael February 23, 2017 at 12:36 PM #

    Bob, I really like this new hymn. Thank you for it! We will be teaching it to our worship team soon. I would love one day if you wrote out the piano part you played to this. We have pianists who can play whatever is written, but are not comfortable playing by ear, so it would be a big help to them.

    • Diedre Osman October 24, 2017 at 2:55 PM #

      Yes! I am one of those who needs notes and have been asked to accompany vocalists on Sunday. It will not sound nearly as nice if all I’m playing are the hymn chords. Any chance we could have this by the weekend? :)

  6. Chris February 24, 2017 at 5:02 PM #

    Is it okay to create a lyric video for it for helping our congregation prepare for Sunday? We have found it very helpful for individuals and families.

    • Bob Kauflin February 24, 2017 at 7:52 PM #

      Great idea, Chris. Go for it.

      • Chris March 1, 2017 at 1:32 PM #

        Thank you! Appreciating your ministry at the Shepherds’ Conference.

  7. Jason February 27, 2017 at 2:40 PM #

    Bob, wonderful song! Excellent words! Biblical preaching through song, true worship.
    Look forward to seeing you, meeting you at Shepherd’s Conference. *just maybe you’ll lead us in this song!

    • Bob Kauflin February 28, 2017 at 3:03 AM #

      Thanks, Jason. If you’re there Thursday morning, you just might hear it.

      • Jason March 5, 2017 at 11:54 PM #

        Bob, great meeting you at Shepherds Conference. It was a rich blessing to worship our Lord together. Thanks for serving. And thanks again for the reformation hymn…

        **btw, my kids can’t believe I got a picture with “the” Bob Kauflin.

        In Him, Jason

  8. Chuck February 28, 2017 at 10:54 AM #

    Our worship team is starting to write new songs, it is great!

  9. Eric Glover March 2, 2017 at 2:14 PM #

    Hi, Bob.

    I trust this finds you well in the Lord!

    I simply want to submit a note of thanks to you and Chris Anderson for taking the time to write this biblical, important and helpful song, which points us to Christ and His finished work, while accurately elucidating the heart of the reformation in that regard. Also, I find it to be very singable and memorable! So, thank you!

    I am serving as the minister of music at First Baptist Church of Weymouth, MA and I fully plan to incorporate this song into our repertoire. I am looking forward to teaching this truth to our precious flock through the singing of this song, and ultimately directing their eyes to Christ and Christ alone. Praise God that it is not about us; it is truly all about Him. Glory be to God alone!

    Last, though I am not able to be there in person, I watched and participated in your leading of this song, as well as others, at the 2017 Shepherd’s Conference today via the live stream. Thank you for transparently pointing us to Christ by your gospel-centered teaching and leading us in singing biblical, God-honoring songs. You are an inspiration and encouragement.

    For the glory of our sovereign Lord,

    Eric

    • Bob Kauflin March 3, 2017 at 1:23 AM #

      Eric, thanks for taking the time to write these encouraging words and for faithfully serving your church!

  10. Japhet March 2, 2017 at 9:10 PM #

    It’s really a great song Bob! I’m planning to sing it in our church these next Sundays. I just want to ask a brief insight on the phrase “..through the church He redeemed and made His own” in light of the 5 Solas and the history of reformation. I just need a deeper conviction leading the song in all its details. Thank you Bob for your ministry. God bless!

    • Bob Kauflin March 3, 2017 at 1:28 AM #

      Thanks, Japhet. It’s drawn from Eph. 3:21: “to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, forever and ever. Amen.” and Gal. 4:5: “to redeem those who were under the law, so that we might receive adoption as sons.” It’s not meant to be directly tied to the five solas, but is filling out the idea of the glory being God’s alone.

      • Japhet March 3, 2017 at 8:18 PM #

        Got it right! Thank you so much Bob! God- willing, hope to see you again in the Philippines. God bless.

      • Nick March 22, 2017 at 11:23 AM #

        I may not have enough biblical understand and or historical perspective but could you explain a little more of the “through the church” line…this is not meant to be critical. I just really love every other aspect of this song and want to explain this line as i’m sure some will wonder about it and i don’t want to just leave it un explained. thx!

        • Bob Kauflin March 22, 2017 at 4:45 PM #

          Thanks for asking, Nick. It’s from Paul’s prayer in Eph. 3:20-21: “Now to him who is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think, according to the power at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, forever and ever. Amen.”

          • Magdalene See October 1, 2017 at 12:30 PM #

            Hi Bob, thanks for writing and sharing this song which is very appropriate for those of us seeking to lead the congregation in affirming the 5 solas! I had the same question of clarification on the line “through the church” and reading your explanation above, I wonder if it would be less misleading if the words were changed to “in the church” instead?

          • Bob Kauflin October 1, 2017 at 8:49 PM #

            Thanks, Magdalene! We wanted to make the point that God alone receives glory through the church He redeemed. “In the church” works, but “through the church” implies that his glory is being displayed to others. Our thought is that no one would write a song that says God is redeeming the world through the church, so while it’s possible to think that’s what it “could” mean, it’s so unbiblical that it’s not worth considering. Hope that’s helpful.

          • Stephen Shead October 2, 2017 at 9:08 PM #

            Hi Bob, some young people from our church had the same question – they were confused by that line (and thought at first it was saying that God redeems through the church). My thoughts were either to explain before singing (which you don’t want to rely on), or add “through the church *that* he redeemed” (“through the church that he saved” would maintain scanning, but more radical change), or hope that people will ask if they misunderstand! I know you’re not going to want to tweak words at this stage, but we have had that misunderstanding.

          • Bob Kauflin October 2, 2017 at 11:57 PM #

            Stephen, thanks for letting me know. I have to admit, I’m having trouble seeing how anyone can think the chorus is saying God redeems through the church, unless they’re not thinking of the words in context. No one believes that, least of all two guys who are writing a song based on the 5 solas! But grammatically, it doesn’t even make sense. The lyrics read: “Glory be, glory be to God alone through the church He redeemed and made His own.” In other words, “May God alone receive glory through the church, [the ones] he redeemed and made his own.” I’m not sure what’s causing the confusion, but it must be something because a number of people have mentioned it!

          • Stephen Shead October 3, 2017 at 1:33 AM #

            Yes, I know and agree with all that, Bob – and sympathise!! That interpretation wouldn’t have occurred to me, for precisely the same reasons. I certainly hadn’t anticipated this before we started learning it. But for people who’s grammatical intuition isn’t as good, I can see why that might be the first interpretation that comes into their heads (because of the pause after “through the church”, and because there’s no relative pronoun “that”). My biggest concern is for the people who’ll sing it without any idea of the Solas … at least, not until we’ve finished our October sermon series :-) I guess whether it might be an issue will depend entirely on context. In my context (lots of migrants, lots from Catholic background), I’m thinking a “that” would help. But no easy solution. Sorry the issue has come up!

          • Bob Kauflin October 3, 2017 at 8:10 AM #

            Thanks, Stephen. I agree. I think I’m finally seeing what they’re seeing. Through the church, he redeemed [missing a direct object] and made his own. Now I get it. One thing I’d suggest is not putting a break between “church” and “he redeemed.” And you might try explaining it the first time! Thanks for your thoughtful comments.

  11. Kitwe Church March 3, 2017 at 1:25 AM #

    Love this new hymn! We will be teaching it to our student body here at Central Africa Baptist College in Zambia. Hope to use it at our annual Leadership Conference later this year. Thanks to Chris and you for collaborating on this! – Phil Hunt

  12. Eric Graef March 9, 2017 at 3:13 PM #

    Hey Bob!

    Blessings in Christ to you. Love the new hymn. I’m already in the process of planning for this year’s Reformation Sunday and seeking resources to help celebrate well.

    Here is a modern hymn based on the five solas that I wrote a few years ago. As I write from a guitar, this recording is more of a modern song, but at its basic structure, it serves as a hymn format for sure. I even wrote with some “Thees” and “Thous”… not necessarily from intention, but I guess it just felt right when I wrote it.

    Anyways, I always wanted to hear what it would sound like as an SATB arrangement and so I had a more experienced musician from our church help me out to write some parts in.

    Here is the link to the song “For Thine All-Surpassing Glory” and if you’d ever like to see the hymn style version in SATB I’d be delighted to email you an attachment. Just not sure how to do that on this reply thread. https://ericgraef.bandcamp.com/track/for-thine-all-surpassing-glory

    Btw.. I attended the last Worship God conf in the West and I’m looking forward to when you guys will be able to make it back over here to CA!

    For Thine All Surpassing Glory

    In Thy Word alone is for me
    untold riches of Thy love
    *Yet the richest treasure from Thee
    comes through Jesus’ precious blood

    Grace alone saw our condition,
    restless sinners; reconciled
    not by might nor fond ambition.
    Grace has met what Thou required!

    True repentance Thou hast granted
    Saints, no longer stand condemned
    Faith to stand before Thee, righteous
    freely given to defend

    Object of all highest measure
    once forsaken and despised.
    Now Thy wrath and Thy good pleasure
    Christ alone has satisfied!

    For Thine all surpassing glory
    all has come to pass in time
    and from Thine eternal story
    making all things praise Divine! Amen.

    *(in the more recent hymn version, I changed this word to “and” instead of “yet” so as not to imply a false dichotomy against the two rich blessings of God’s Word and salvation through the blood of Christ. In fact, as taught by God’s Word and implied by sola Scriptura, it is only through hearing of the Word of God that faith to believe in Christ comes!)

    P.S. Zac Hicks also has an awesome and simple modern song based on the solas that you may have already heard before. https://zachicks.bandcamp.com/track/sola

  13. David & Maureen Mulready March 11, 2017 at 8:13 PM #

    A great new song! We want others to sing it!

  14. Kim Verdi March 15, 2017 at 3:40 PM #

    This is a fantastic song! Rich in theology – just the kind of lyrics we are looking for in our small local church in Brooklyn, NY – Sonship Ministries. Thank you! I don’t see it on iTunes – is that in the works? I want to attach it to the song sheet that I saved in OnSong, but I’m not able to dowload the song to my iPad. Thanks!

    • Bob Kauflin March 15, 2017 at 4:46 PM #

      Thanks, Kim. You’ll have to download the MP3 on your computer and then email it to yourself. Hope that helps!

      • Kim Verdi July 23, 2017 at 6:34 PM #

        Thanks Bob! We introduced the song at our service today and it was FANTASTIC!! The congregation’s response was beyond my expectation. I had to create my own chord chart in OnSong because I needed to transpose it to E (in case anyone wants it…) – Thank you so much!! I had the blessing of attending the 500th Reformation Conference with Ligonier Ministries in Florida and I am in awe of what God did there. But they didn’t have your hymn…. :)

        • Bob Kauflin July 23, 2017 at 11:29 PM #

          So glad it served you and your church, Kim! Thanks for letting me know!

  15. Josh Lucas August 14, 2017 at 5:23 AM #

    Thanks guy’s, great song.

    I’m head of music at my church in the UK and we sung this yesterday. My pastor was just interested to know the reasoning behind the line ‘Through the church He redeemed and made His own.’? To his mind something like ‘Through the CROSS He redeemed and made His own.’ would have been better.

    Interested to know your thoughts.

    Thank you again :-)

    • Bob Kauflin August 14, 2017 at 9:30 AM #

      Thanks, Josh! Glad the song served you. God is glorifying himself through the church. It’s a reference to Eph. 3:20-21: “Now to him who is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think, according to the power at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, forever and ever. Amen.” (Ephesians 3:20–21, ESV) and Eph. 3:10: “so that through the church the manifold wisdom of God might now be made known to the rulers and authorities in the heavenly places.” “Through” refers to the means by which God is being glorified, not the basis or essence of it. Is that helpful?

  16. Jamie Hornbrook August 16, 2017 at 12:17 PM #

    Is this in Spanish?

    • Bob Kauflin August 16, 2017 at 1:37 PM #

      Not that I”m aware of. I saw a Portuguese version on Facebook, I think, but can’t find it. Sorry I can’t be more helpful!

  17. Jacob “Fernzie” Ferns August 28, 2017 at 11:57 PM #

    where can I get a full copy of sheet music for this hymn. It’s amazing

    • Bob Kauflin August 29, 2017 at 5:02 PM #

      Thanks, Jacob. The lead sheet and SATB chart are available at the end of the post.

  18. David August 29, 2017 at 10:32 PM #

    Please, Send the playback…thanks

    • Bob Kauflin August 29, 2017 at 10:44 PM #

      David, I’m not sure what you mean. What is “send the playback?”

  19. Louise Elder August 30, 2017 at 12:53 PM #

    Thank you for allowing us to access this music. We will sing it on Reformation Sunday but it will become an important part of our music library to be used often.

  20. Tim Cummings September 7, 2017 at 7:57 PM #

    My wife will be directing the first Children’s Choir at our newly formed church in Nashville. Their first performance is scheduled for Reformation Sunday … what a blessing to find this song … so simple and yet so deep in the spiritual truths revealed in the Reformation. I know it will be a great celebration with our children leading us in the Biblical truth of the Reformation. Thank you.

  21. Lindele September 17, 2017 at 9:25 PM #

    I was wanting to do this song at our church, and when I realized there were five Sundays in October I decided to devote the whole month to the five solas. We’ll be starting each service with Reformation Hymn, then focusing on one of the solas with the rest of the songs that day; so, Scripture on the first Sunday, faith on the second, grace on the third, Christ on the fourth, and soli deo gloria on the last Sunday in October, ending with A Mighty Fortress. Our pastor is going to make inserts for the bulletin that explain the “sola for the week”. I’m excited and really looking forward it!

    • Bob Kauflin September 17, 2017 at 11:33 PM #

      So glad the song is serving you, Lindele!

  22. Jason Lemp October 12, 2017 at 10:45 AM #

    Is there an audio track without vocals recorded to sing along with?

    • Bob Kauflin October 12, 2017 at 11:45 AM #

      Jason, no there’s not. Sorry about that!

    • Get Barb's Oils October 24, 2017 at 11:43 PM #

      I would also love an accompaniment track. No chance of that coming along??

  23. ARStager October 20, 2017 at 1:33 AM #

    Planning to play this for the first time in Seoul, South Korea this week. Thank you for making this available.

  24. Gregg Hensel October 20, 2017 at 2:15 PM #

    We plan on using this for our service on Oct 29. Do we need special permission to project the words? (CCLI #)

    • Bob Kauflin October 20, 2017 at 4:44 PM #

      Gregg, the CCLI# is 7085667. Thanks for asking!

      • Gregg Hensel October 20, 2017 at 9:00 PM #

        Wonderful. Thank you. We are using this song as part of our Reformation Celebration on Oct 29. We are teaching it to the choir, who will teach it to the congregation on that day. Thanks for serving the Body in this way.

  25. CJ October 23, 2017 at 8:30 AM #

    The Chorus of this song contradicts the rest of the lyrics & contradicts the whole idea of “On Christ Alone”. God did NOT redeem and ‘make His own’ “through the church”…..NO, a million times, NO! He redeemed and made His own through His Son, the shed blood of Jesus Christ. The Chorus should say “Through His Son” NOT ‘through the church’…… It is biblically incorrect.

    • Bob Kauflin October 23, 2017 at 12:03 PM #

      CJ, thanks for your comment. You’re misreading the lyrics, which others have done as well, so you’re not alone! The chorus is stating that “Through the church, God alone is to receive glory.” You’re right to say God isn’t redeeming through the church. He is redeeming through his Son, which is what the rest of the song says. It might be clearer if it read like this, “Glory be to God alone through the church (that) he redeemed and made his own.” Feel free to add the word “that” if you think people will misunderstand it. Thanks!

  26. Joseph Benhail October 24, 2017 at 8:04 AM #

    A song for the Reformation ! That’s incredible and Church is looking for more such works
    Greetings from India

  27. David Friedli October 25, 2017 at 8:25 AM #

    Planning on using this at Murray Presbyterian Church (PCUSA) on Sunday, October 29. Members of the worship committee looked for a song specifically related to the solas to support our adult Bible study and the pastor’s sermon series on the five solas. We were moved by this new hymn.

  28. Leah November 1, 2017 at 7:31 AM #

    Beautiful song! Happy remembrance 500 years anniversary of the Reformation from the Philippines!

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