My Song Is Love Unknown

(Words by Samuel Crossman, 1664)

My song is love unknown,
My Savior’s love to me,
Love to the loveless shown
That they might lovely be.

If you didn’t make it to the “Good Friday” joint service for Christ Church and Trinity Reformed Church, here in Moscow, Idaho, you missed Pastor Sumpter’s thought provoking sermon. And even those who were there said they wished they could hear it again. Unfortunately, we didn’t record the service.

However, we asked Pastor Sumpter to re-record it in our humble, basement studio. So step on over to Canon’s online sermon page and listen to the sermon, in all it’s fullness, listed under Trinity Reformed Church. You won’t hear people coughing, babies crying, or general signs of life in the background, but the words will still wrap around your heart and squeeze ever-so-gently. Please feel free to copy, upload, duplicate, and whatever.

You’ll find the words and music for My Song Is Love Unknown, by John Ireland, on page 366 of the Cantus Christi.

A giant-sized “thank you” to Pastor Sumpter.

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