Learn to play and lead ‘Behold The Lamb’ by Passion with our song videos, tutorials, and resources.
Learn to play ‘God You’re So Good’ by Passion with our song play through and tutorial videos.
Full song playthroughs and tutorials for Glorious Day by Passion (Kristian Stanfill). Includes acoustic and electric guitar tutorials, chord charts and more
Salvation’s Tide is the title track from the Passion Salvation’s Tide Is Rising album, and it has a great hook in the chorus – very singable. It can be a bit difficult to sing because the verses are so much lower than the chorus, but that also gives it a nice lift.
In our resources we’ve shown how to play the song using key of G chords, but with a capo on the 4th fret, which is the open key of B. The original on the album is actually in C, which is one half-step higher. I find that C is pretty high for most male vocalists.
Very easy to play and very singable song from the Passion: Let The Future Begin album. On the album it is in the key of C, which can be high for most male vocalists. Our resources are in the key of B, using a capo on the 4th fret and key of G chords.
- Album: Passion: Let The Future Begin (Kristian Stanfill)
- Tempo: 72 bpm, 4/4 time
- Album Key: C (male high)
- Listen in iTunes
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The background music in this video is from Pads 3, available here
Only 3 chord, and basically one chord progression – this one is very simple to learn and play.
Chords used in this song
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As usual, make sure to vary your strumming intensity, even strumming less in places to give the song some dynamics.
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Song video, tutorial, chord charts and more for Jesus Paid It All by Kristian Stanfill (Passion)
One of my favorites from the Passion Take It All album. This one is in the key of A on the album, and I play/teach it using key of G chords with a capo on the 2nd fret. I love how the song incorporates the ‘I Surrender All’ hymn at the end.
Always has remained one of my favorite songs to come from any of the Passion albums. It’s pretty easy to play as well.