We believe that joyful, authentic, theologically robust singing is an essential part of our worship as a church. Periodically we will introduce and learn a new song on Sundays at Redemption Hill. Whether it is a recently written song or an old song with a new tune, learning new songs gives us a fresh way proclaim the glory of Christ and celebrate His grace towards us. 

Recently we began learning a song called "Let Your Kingdom Come" that expands on that phrase Jesus uttered when teaching His disciples how to pray in Matthew 6:9-13. This song is a prayer for God to keep His promises, to use His people for His purposes, and to make His glory known in the world. 



Let Your Kingdom Come

Your glorious cause, O God, engages our hearts
May Jesus Christ be known wherever we are
We ask not for ourselves, but for Your renown
The cross has saved us so we pray
Your kingdom come

Let Your kingdom come
Let Your will be done
So that everyone might know Your Name
Let Your song be heard everywhere on earth
Till Your sovereign work on earth is done
Let Your kingdom come

Give us Your strength, O God, and courage to speak
Perform Your wondrous deeds through those who are weak
Lord use us as You want, whatever the test
By grace we’ll preach Your gospel
Till our dying breath

Music and words by Bob Kauflin
© 2006 Sovereign Grace Praise (BMI)
from 30: Three Decades of Songs for the Church, released 08 April 2014