Name that song

So… there’s a new song that they’ve been playing at 722.

I really want to know who it’s by and how to get it… and I also just want to share it with you.

If you’re familiar with it, please let me know. Here’s how it starts:

Your love O God
Displayed for us
As crimson covered over sinless hands

Your majesty
For all to see
In raging storms and quiet cloudless days

Beautiful Jesus
Beautiful Savior
Nothing is greater
Brilliant Creator
Friend of mine…

You’re powerful
Above this world
The universe is under Your command
Your glory shines
A holy light
That leads our hearts to praise Your holy Name
…It’s on our lips

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4 Responses

  1. : )

  2. I know this is an old post but it’s an awesome song and it doesn’t seem to be that prevalent (yet). It’s Beautiful Jesus by Kristian Stanfill.

  3. Hey Mike,

    Thanks for the info!

    I actually did a followup to that months later.

    ‘Turns out that Kristian Stanfill released an EP with ‘Beautiful Jesus’, ‘Spring of Life’, and a few others.

    You can read about it here:

    https://zackriesland.wordpress.com/2007/08/09/kristian-stanfill/

  4. While I’m writing about this post…

    I was listening to the last Passion podcast (www.268generation.com). There was a short chat session with Louie, Chris Tomlin, and Kristian Stanfill, and Louie mentions how the first line of this song had hit particularly hard that night.

    Kristian says “The love of God displayed for us as crimson covers over sinless hands”?

    “Yeah” says Louie.

    Kristian’s reply:
    “Ed Cash wrote that line…”

    :0)

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