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Jesus Creed in Music

Aldersgate.jpgThis summer we were at Aldersgate UMC in Alexandria Virginia and we were deeply honored to hear a musical rendition of the Jesus Creed. Andreas Barrett, who wrote the song and music, now has the piece available for free streaming and I hope you stop by to listen to it.

I’ve been listening to it during my commute to school — nice way to recite the Jesus Creed.
Let me tell you how I feel when I experience things like this: honored. When it happens just before preaching, especially when you are not sure about details, can be overwhelming. That’s how I felt when I listened to the wonderful music of Andreas Barrett. 
Thanks much, brother. 
Music takes words to the next level.
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Chris Miller

posted October 4, 2009 at 3:21 pm

I stopped by and what a wonderful serendipity. Wonderfully worshipfull!

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posted October 4, 2009 at 4:51 pm

Cool. It is available on Amazon for purchase as well (The Jesus Creed)

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Dana Ames

posted October 4, 2009 at 7:38 pm

Nicely done, from a composition perspective. Very helpful for keeping the mind on “these things”: true, honorable, just, pure, pleasing, commendable, excellent, worthy of praise, life in the shalom of God.

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John Jackson

posted October 9, 2009 at 2:35 pm

The Jesus Creed is now available on iTunes as well. Andreas and I are recording songs under the name Seven Mile Walk. Thank you for listening!

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posted February 5, 2013 at 12:25 pm

I know this is from a while back, so maybe the song isn’t available anymore- I had trouble with the link. But I did find what I hops is the song you’re referring to on iTunes, by Seven Mile Walk. I wanted to see if you had any more info about the song, where I might be able to find music for it? Our church is using the Jesus Creed materials for Lent, and I’d love to use this with the youth if not the whole congregation.

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