Original Hymns

And he hath put a new song in my mouth, even praise unto our God: many shall see it, and fear, and shall trust in the Lord. Psalms 40:3

Praise ye the Lord. Sing unto the Lord a new song, and his praise in the congregation of saints. Psalms 149:1

The God of heaven enjoys us singing songs to Him and about Him. The Lord also loves new songs, and has commanded us to sing them. Here are some new songs written by members of our church who love to glorify God. Sing them with understanding. 

Permission to freely print and publish the songs on this page is hereby granted.


Lovely Church

What does a great church look like? They love God, delight in His word, love each other, have great joy, tremble at His word, speak often to each other about Him, strive for unity, and desire God’s glory. This song was written by one who thanks God for such a church.

Feastly Decorum

The Lord’s supper is the greatest feast on Earth but is only known by His saints. Do you appreciate it as you should? This song reminds us of the severe consequences to those who lightly esteem it or ignore the proper manner in which it should be observed.

Lord, Behold!

A song of praise, asking the Lord to look and consider just how magnificent His own works are. His Son, Jesus, proved His power many times and will successfully bring His children home soon. O Lord, how great are thy works!



Electing Grace

Sing a new song giving all glory to our sovereign God, the blessed Potter of the universe. The just God of heaven owes salvation to no man, but by His electing grace we are saved.

What Endless Wisdom

The infinite wisdom of God is most revealed in salvation by Jesus Christ the God/Man. How can a holy and just God forgive sinners? It required a brilliant plan!

That Man of Sin

A song about the antichrist, who would certainly be revealed before Christ returns (2 Thes. 2:3). Why do so few understand this simple truth in spite of Paul’s warnings not to be deceived? The greatest enemy of true saints has been blaspheming our God for many years. Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues (Rev. 18:4)!