Song Lists from WorshipGod09

crowd-wg09After last year’s WorshipGod conference we received some feedback that we had introduced too many new songs. I agreed. So at WorshipGod09 we tried to include  more songs that people would be familiar with, while also including songs from our recent projects. Here’s what we ended up with.

Song list from Wednesday PM:
1. Come Thou Fount –
By Robert Robinson, John Wyeth and Bob Kauflin. Guitar chart.
2. Greater Than We Can Imagine – Sovereign Grace Music. From Psalms.
3. The Father’s Love – Sovereign Grace Music. From Sons and Daughters.
4. God Over All – Sovereign Grace Music. From Looked Upon and Next 2009 Live.
5. Here is Love – By William Rees. Additional lyrics by Matt Redman.
6. All I Have Is Christ – Sovereign Grace Music. From Looked Upon and Next 2009 Live.

Songlist from Thursday AM:
1. How Great Thou Art –
By Stuart K. Hine, arr. Charlie Hall. From Hymns Ancient and Modern.
2. What Can I Do – Paul Baloche. From A Greater Song.
3. The Greatest of All – Sovereign Grace Music. From You and You Alone and Sons and Daughters.
4. Completely Done – Sovereign Grace Music. From Sons and Daughters.
5. In Christ Alone – Keith and Kristyn Getty. From In Christ Alone.

Keith and Kristyn Getty:
1. Hear, O Israel. From Awaken the Dawn.
2. Come People of the Risen King – From Awaken the Dawn.
3. Behold the Lamb (Communion Hymn) – From Awaken the Dawn.
4. By Faith – From Awaken the Dawn.

Song List from Thursday PM:
1. Gotta
Wait – Sovereign Grace Music. From To Be Like Jesus.
2. Peace – Sovereign Grace Music. From To Be Like Jesus.

1. His Name is Jesus – Sovereign Grace Music. From Next 2009 Live.
2. What a SaviorSovereign Grace Music. From Next 2009 Live and Looked Upon.
3. Jesus Paid It AllBy Kristian Stanfill. From Passion: Everything Glorious.
4. By This We Know Love – Sovereign Grace Music. From Next 2009 Live.
5. Crown Him With Many Crowns – By Matthew Bridges and Godfrey Thring.
Closing Song: Let Your Kingdom Come – Sovereign Grace Music. From Valley of Vision.

Songlist from Friday AM:
Shai Linne:
1. Triune Praise –
Shai Linne. From The Atonement.
2. The Greatest Story Ever Told –
Shai Linne. From Storiez.

1. He Is Jesus – Sovereign Grace Music. From Next 2009 Live and In a Little While.
2. Blessed Be Your Name – By Matt and Beth Redman. From Blessed Be Your Name.
3. The Father’s Love – Sovereign Grace Music. From Sons and Daughters.
4. It Is Well With My Soul – By Horatio Spafford and Philip Bliss.
5. O The Deep, Deep Love – Sovereign Grace Music. From Psalms and Next 2009 Live.

Songlist from Friday PM:
1. Praise to the Lord, the Almighty –
By Joachim Neander, Catherine Winkworth. Additional chorus by Nathan and Christy Nockels. From Hymns Ancient and Modern.
2. Praise the Lord – Sovereign Grace Music. From Psalms.
3. We Sing – Sovereign Grace Music. From Sons and Daughters.
4. Completely Done – Sovereign Grace Music. From Sons and Daughters.
5. Before the Throne of God Above – Sovereign Grace Music. From Upward and Songs for the Cross Centered Life.
6. All I Have is Christ – Sovereign Grace Music. From Looked Upon and Next 2009 Live.

Song List from Saturday AM:
1. We Sing –
Sovereign Grace Music. From Sons and Daughters.
2. The Father’s Love – Sovereign Grace Music. From Sons and Daughters.
3. The Greatest of All – Sovereign Grace Music. From You and You Alone and Sons and Daughters.
4. The Power of the Cross – Keith Getty and Stuart Townend. From In Christ Alone.
5. I Will Glory in My Redeemer – Sovereign Grace Music. From Upward and Songs for the Cross Centered Life.
6. His Name is Jesus – Sovereign Grace Music. From Next 2009 Live.
Closing Song: Completely Done – Sovereign Grace Music. From Sons and Daughters.

17 Responses to Song Lists from WorshipGod09

  1. Jason Lapp August 11, 2009 at 5:03 PM #


    Love these songs!! Our church is doing O the Deep, Deep Love for our song of the month. Wasn’t that song on the Come Weary Saints album?

    Grace upon grace,

  2. Mark Stafford August 11, 2009 at 8:41 PM #

    Very Helpful Bob. Thanks for posting the songs.

  3. Kendall Lord August 11, 2009 at 8:52 PM #

    Thanks, Bob. Worship ’09 was such a blessing! I look forward to teaching some of these great songs to my congregation.


  4. Aaron Campbell August 11, 2009 at 11:45 PM #

    What was Steve and Vikki Cook’s role in Here is Love? An alternate verse?

  5. Trent Broussard August 12, 2009 at 10:44 AM #

    I am introducing The Father’s Love at the end of the month. Thanks for serving me and my church through this conference, through writing songs that glorify the Lord, and through your faithful walk with Christ.

  6. Catherine Singleton August 17, 2009 at 2:15 PM #

    Where can I find an arrangement of Here is Love? I am looking forward to sharing with my congregation.

  7. Keith Morris August 18, 2009 at 4:01 PM #

    Bob, I’m sure you’re swamped with requests after the conference. I feel a little sorry to add my voice to the fray–but not really, so…

    Thanks for the information in the notebook about the hymns of the month. And thank you to all involved posting the chord charts and background (on the Covenant Life site).

    I’d love to hear examples of how your church’s bands played the hymns of the month (I heard that a variety of musical groups were involved).

    Did a band ever lead “Great is Thy Faithfulness?” Would you consider making that chart available? I’ve struggled “contemporizing” it, well, honestly, even playing it because of the harmonies.

    Were the choral parts to “We Sing” written out? If so, any chance of getting that music?

    Hope you’re getting some rest and back to normal.

    Not sure where the best place is to discuss these. To any observant musicians who attended the conference…

    Did any of the acoustic guitarists capo on “The Father’s Love?” To a high sound? How high?

    I enjoyed “Praise to the Lord,” but can’t remember specifics about what the band did. Seems to me their chart was different than the Passion recording– did they use those extra measures in the first section? Also, was there more bass movement at “All ye who hear,” where the Passion recording uses a pedal tone? It got big right away. I was able to express it better this way than as a ballad. Christy Nockels sings it beautifully but, you know, laid back. I do like the b7 chord at the end and the added chorus. Maybe it deserves another chance.

    • Bob Kauflin August 18, 2009 at 10:03 PM #


      Thanks for the questions! You can download the CD of our hymns project from the Covenant Life website. You can email me at for the guitar chart to Great is Thy Faithfulness. I’ll be posting the choir parts for We Sing in the near future.

      We do The Father’s Love in G. A new chart is available at the Sovereign Grace store.

      We adapted the Passion version of Praise to the Lord, because like you, we thought the words needed a stronger accompaniment. Although the Passion version is beautiful!

      And yes, I’m getting much rest! Thanks for asking.

  8. Aaron Perry September 5, 2009 at 10:01 AM #

    Hello Bob,

    Here is Hello from Canada! The conference was great and I can say without a doubt it has changed me! Thank You! Praise God! I know my whole team has taken a lot from this, in fact this Sunday night we are having a special presentation of some new songs and we are all going to talk about how the conference has impacted us! I am excited!
    The songs were great thanks for posting them, but I do have one question. Remember the night when the choir sang, it was very good. I just wish I could here it again. So I was wondering if there was a recording of the choir that could be put up on here? That would be great!

    Thank You,
    Aaron Perry

  9. Debbie Monroe September 16, 2009 at 1:18 PM #


    This was my first conference with Sovereign Grace. Wow. God really used the time to speak to me and now I’m passing that on to my church of <100. Thanks for being available to be used by God in a way that has impacted many, including us down here in Texas.
    At the conference, I was in that huge choir and I loved singing “All I Have Is Christ.” I’ve searched the net for a recording and all I found was a very tender, minimally accompanied version by the Na Band. It is nice, but nothing like how we did it at the conference. In my memory, there was a driving groove building up to the chorus, so that when the chorus came, you just couldn’t wait to sing “All I Have Is Christ!!!” Any chance that somewhere in your vaults, you might have a more rocking recording? Otherwise, I’ll just have to work from memory when I introduce it to my church next month. ;-)
    I’m still re-listening to the podcasts of the general sessions too. Jeff’s message from Hebrews 10 is still encouraging me “toward love and good deeds.”

  10. Debbie Monroe September 17, 2009 at 2:08 PM #

    Thank you, Bob! My own mother doesn’t reply to my emails as quick as that. ;-)

    You guys made it easy to get what I need and get on with the work set before me. Can’t wait for rehearsal tonight. Another chance to love and serve my little “outcropping” of the Body of Christ.

  11. Tim Schoap November 17, 2009 at 8:33 AM #

    Just wanted to say thanks for your new setting of “Oh the Deep, Deep Love.” I loved the tune when we sang it at WorshipGod09, but figured I wouldn’t be able to use it because the popular setting based on an old Norwegian folk tune is such a favorite in my congregation. After a few months of singing it to myself, and preparing to teach on singing a “new song to the Lord,” I introduced it this Sunday. Not only did I not get stoned, but the people responded very favorably. It won’t replace the older version, but now we have two great settings for a great text. Thanks again.

  12. Amy September 4, 2011 at 8:46 PM #

    Any chance that “By This We Know Love” will ever have the lead sheet available?

    • Bob Kauflin September 4, 2011 at 10:23 PM #

      Amy, we’ll work on it. Thanks for asking.

    • Bob Kauflin September 21, 2011 at 7:36 PM #

      Amy, you can download the lead sheet and guitar chart for By This We Know Love here.

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