Barnfloor and Winepress (acoustic)

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lyrics

Thou that on sin's wages starvest,
Behold we have joy in the harvest
For us was gather'd the first fruits,
For us was lifted up from the roots,
Sheaved in cruel bands, bruised sore,
Scourged upon the threshing-floor;
Where the upper mill-stone roof'd His head,
At morn they found the heavenly Bread,
And on that wooden altar laid,
Christ our Sacrifice was made!

Thou whose field for moisture gapes,
We shout with them that tread the grapes:
For us the Vine was fenced with thorn,
Five ways the precious branches torn!
Terrible fruit was on that tree,
In the acre of Gethsemane;
For us by Calvary's distress,
The wine was racked right off of the press;
Now in our altar-vessels stored
Is the sweet Vintage of our Lord.

In Joseph's garden they threw by
The riv'n Vine, leafless, lifeless, dry!
But on Easter morn that Tree went forth,
In forty days reach'd heaven from earth;
Soon the whole world was overspread;
Ye weary, come now into his shade
Come now into his shade
Come now into his shade

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from Love & Lightning, Winter & Warm, released May 1, 2014
Words adapted from Gerard Manly Hopkins' poem "Barnfloor and Winepress" (1865)
Music by Wen Reagan

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Wen Reagan Birmingham, Alabama

Wen Reagan is a singer-songwriter and worship leader based in Birmingham, Alabama. Wen serves as a professor of worship and associate director for the Center for Worship and the Arts at Samford University, as well as a songwriter for Cardiphonia, a national network of worship songwriters writing for the love of the church. ... more

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