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Music Samples

Scott and his wife Becky regularly present sacred concerts, introducing hymns in church services and conferences. They are currently presenting the gospel through the concert, “God Himself Is With Us.”

The hymn service consists simply of Scott and Becky singing arrangements of hymns accompanied by piano and string quartet (depending upon availability). Each hymn, with transitions of Scripture readings, progressively proclaims the gospel of Jesus Christ to save sinners. On several occasions, Scott leads the congregation on the final stanza of the hymn.

Here are some samples of songs the Aniols sing in churches:

How Sweet and Awful is the Place

My Song Is Love Unknown

Lord, We Bow Before Your Glory

The Power of the Gospel

To Be With Christ

Let Us Give the Lord Our Praise