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In The Splendor 
Of Your Courts

Key of C, good for entering into worship

 

I come, I long to behold Your beauty, O God
To seek Your face in the splendor of Your courts

Day and night at Your feet
All my  life content to be

Just singing praise
to the glory of my King

 


A special thanks to InHymn.com
for including this song on their wonderful site

 

"I was browsing and came across your site.   I was blessed greatly... 
and so pleased to discover the songs were available for us to use. 
I have downloaded "In The Splendor Of Your Courts"'How Precious Is Your Love'
"Center Of My Soul"
 and  the wonderful 'Search Me, O God'...

Frank (on guitar), Kay, daughter Linda (now 14) and husband David. 
taken in 2002, Princess Street Gospel Mission Port,  Glasgow Scotland

We led worship again on 22nd June and sang 'Search Me, O God' and 
"In The Splendor Of Your Courts"
...  our friends love your songs. 
They're simple to learn with a great message. God bless you and all the work you do."

(Kay,  from Scotland)

 

Translated into Afrikaans by
Philip Nagel
from Pretoria, South Africa
Afrikaans translation

Translated into Spanish by
Sam Ramirez,  from San Francisco, CA
Spanish translation

Translated into Português (Brasil) by 
Daniel Borges, from Sao Paulo, Brazil
Português (Brasil) translation

Translated into the French language
by Aurélie, from France
French translation

 

From 1986 to 1999, Rev. Wayne Anderson led a series of spiritual intimacy
seminars at Crossroads.  Among the topics covered were  "Abba Father"
"Grace, Faith and Focus" and "Silence, Solitude and Prayer". 
This song, and many others, were inspired by those teachings.

This song was recorded by Duffy and Barbara Kirklewski
and used as an introductory theme song for
their church's weekly radio program.
They also used "Heavens and Earth" for these programs.

 

I would like to request permission to use the following songs for a Music in Religion Day
to be held at the Anglican Church of St. Stephen in Toronto, Canada. 
These special Days are held every year,
where choir directors introduce new music to congregations.

I am the organist/choir director at the church,
and I had heard the music when I attended a Christian concert last year. 
The pieces are:    "In The Splendor of Your Courts",
"Bless the Lord (Calypso)" and "Oh The Wondrous Cross"

(Arlene, from Canada)

 

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In The Splendor Of Your Courts

 

Right click title below and "Save Target As"
 to download Hiland Overgaard's
MIDI arrangement of

In The Splendor Of Your Courts

 

KARAOKE VIDEO
by Johan Komrij, from the Netherlands

 

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to hear Ralph sing this song (MP3 format).
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In The Splendor Of Your Courts

 

Right click file below and "Save Target As"
 to download Adrian V. Miller's
PDF Sheet Music of

In The Splendor Of Your Courts

(Acrobat Reader 5.0 version)

 

Right click file below and "Save Target As"
 to download Adrian V. Miller's
MIDI arrangement of

In The Splendor Of Your Courts

(Acrobat Reader 5.0 version)

 

Right click file below and "Save Target As"
 to download Lars Lovegren's
SATB Choir Arrangement -
PDF Sheet Music of
In The Splendor Of Your Courts
(Acrobat Reader 5.0 version)

 

Right click file below and "Save Target As"
 to download Lars Lovegren's
SATB Choir Arrangement -
MIDI of
In The Splendor Of Your Courts
(Acrobat Reader 5.0 version)


Recorded on:  "Closest Friends".

 

Copyright 1993, Ralph Merrifield (completed 3/30/92)
New Hope Music, PO Box 1612, Westboro MA 01581

 

What a joy it is to serve the Lord this morning 
as we worship Him with several of your songs. 

"Now Our God"  ... "Thine, O Lord" ...
"In The Splendor Of Your Courts"
  and our favorite 
greeting song (everybody goes around for a good 
five minutes to greet each other)
"Bless The Lord (Calypso)"
Thank you, thank you, thank you for your ministry.

(Linda in New Hampshire)

 

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Please contact New Hope for other uses. Thanks !!!