Jonathan Ogden covers Grace Alone by The Modern Post/Kings Kaleidoscope (GCM Sinai Sessions)

In our most recent Sinai Session, Jonathan Ogden treated us to this beautiful rendition of 'Grace Alone' written by Dustin Kensrue of The Modern Post and made ever popular by Kings Kaleidoscope. Leading on keys, whilst also triggering samples, and other loops prepared in advance, Ogden brings his instantly recognisable chilled tones to this modern hymn, and we just can't get enough of it! Leave your comments for Jonathan below and let us know who else you'd like to see on Sinai Sessions!

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I was an orphan, lost at the fall
Running away when I’d hear You call
But Father, You worked Your will
I had no righteousness of my own
I had no right to draw near Your throne
But Father, You loved me still

And in love, before You laid the world’s foundation
You predestined to adopt me as Your own
You have raised me up so high above my station
I’m a child of God by grace, and grace alone

You left Your home to seek out the lost
You knew the great and terrible cost
But Jesus, Your face was set
I worked my fingers down to the bone
But nothing I did could ever atone
But Jesus, You paid my debt

By Your blood I have redemption and salvation
Lord You died that I might reap what You have sown
And You rose that I might be a new creation
I am born again by grace, and grace alone

I was in darkness all of my life
I never knew the day from the night
But Spirit, You made me see
I swore I knew the way on my own
Head full of rocks, a heart made of stone
But Spirit, You moved in me

And At Your touch my sleeping spirit was awakened
On my darkened heart the light of Christ has shone
Called into a Kingdom that cannot shaken
Heaven’s citizen by grace, and grace alone

So I’ll stand in faith by grace, and grace alone
I will run the race by grace, and grace alone
I will slay my sin by grace, and grace alone
I will reach the end by grace, and grace alone

Words & Music by Dustin Kensrue, Copyright BEC Recordings

Filmed at Mount Chapel, Manchester: