Description: Blessed Assurance is a well-known Christian hymn. The lyrics were written in 1873 by hymn writer Fanny Crosby to the music written in 1873 by Phoebe Knapp. Here it is presented with piano, string section, harp, and angelic choir. This hymn will make a humble and reverent addition to any related theme or choir background underscore. 90bpm

Description: Laid back contemporary Christian style underscore. Easy and gentle song, but with some pace and movement. Ideal accompaniment for spiritual television, religious web biogs and profiles, radio commercials on faith stations or general commercial use. Features piano and Rhodes keyboards. Main, 60sec and 30sec versions

Description: It Is Well With My Soul is a hymn by Horatio Spafford with the music titled Ville Du Harve by Philip Bliss. published in 1876, This hymn is also know as When Peace Like a River. Here it is done with a classical ensemble of piano, harp, strings, a heavenly choir, and a flute melody. This will make a tasteful and reverent addition to any related theme. 88 bpm

Description: The classic gospel hymn that's well known and sung regularly for religious functions. This piece works great for mass recognition. Here it's done in a classical orchestra chamber ensemble with grand piano, choir, harp, and a flute melody line. 90bpm. It’s origin is believed to be from before the US civil war era and also known as, Study War No More and Lay Down My Burden.

Description: Mid-tempo, Traditional Christian hymn, Amazing Grace, acoustic piano, Irish Fiddle, acoustic bass, drums, harp, orchestral percussion.

Description: Mid-tempo, Traditional Christian hymn, Amazing Grace, acoustic piano, Hammond B-3 Organ, acoustic bass, drums.

Description: Mid-tempo, Traditional Christian hymn, Amazing Grace, acoustic piano, Irish Fiddle, light strings, acoustic bass, drums.

Description: The Sweet By and By is a Christian hymn with lyrics by S. Fillmore Bennett and music by Joseph P. Webster. Published 1868 There's a land that is fairer than day, and by faith we can see it afar; for the Father waits over the way to prepare us a dwelling place there. In the sweet by and by, we shall meet on that beautiful shore; in the sweet by and by, we shall meet on that beautiful shore. We shall sing on that beautiful shore the melodious songs of the blest, and our spirits shall sorrow no more, not a sigh for the blessing of rest. To our bountiful Father above, we will offer our tribute of praise for the glorious gift of His love, and the blessings that hallow our days.

Description: Popular Hymn tune from 1905. Cwm Rhondda, or Rhondda Valley, is known today as a Welsh anthem. In English the words are 'O Thou Great Redeemer', but it is much more widely known as 'Bread of Heaven'. This patriotic and heart-felt version features a brass ensemble and a male voice choir (no words)

Description: sci-fi, horror with building action, panning percussion hits bring it to life, dark pads with low male choir section gives it spooky feel, low string pads