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Love Divine; The Songs of Charles Wesley for Today's Generation

Jason Roy, John Ellis, Tim Hughes
Love Divine; The Songs of Charles Wesley for Today's Generation
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Love Divine is a collection of thirteen songs written by Charles Wesley, re-done with modern melodies by some of the top worship writers and singers at work today. Featuring Tim Hughes, Leigh Nash, Kim Walker-Smith and Chris Quilala (Jesus Culture), Brian Johnson and Jenn Jo... Read More

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Love Divine is a collection of thirteen songs written by Charles Wesley, re-done with modern melodies by some of the top worship writers and singers at work today. Featuring Tim Hughes, Leigh Nash, Kim Walker-Smith and Chris Quilala (Jesus Culture), Brian Johnson and Jenn Johnson (Bethel), Brenton Brown and Chris McClarney; our leading writers have drunk deep from Wesley’s well and come up with some stunning covers.

Love Divine unites a distant age and contemporary society. This thirteen-track album has plenty of curb appeal, but dive into the tracks themselves and the real power is clear. Love Divine may be rooted in a time before the industrial revolution, but Wesley’s songs can be communicated with just as much passion and purpose as when they were first aired.

Key songs include: Tim Hughes’ version of ‘I Know That My Redeemer Lives’, Jenn Johnson’s ‘Love Divine’ and Leigh Nash’s ‘Praise The Lord Who Reigns Above’.

  • Store Only: Yes
  • Product type: Music
  • Format: CD
  • Release Date: Apr 19, 2011
  • UPC: 5019282309324
  • Height: 0.4
  • Width: 5.6
  • Length: 4.9
  • Volumes/Discs: 1
  • CMTA Code: Praise & Worship

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