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Josh Henn: “In the End of the Sabbath”

Your Inspirational Song of the Week

April 16 - April 22, 2019

In the End of the Sabbath


God So Loved the World

Performed by Josh Henn
Music by Oley Speaks
Words from the Bible

Listen to the Music!

Josh Henn’s powerful and dynamic voice is on full display in In the End of the Sabbath, which recounts the glorious moment when the world learned of Jesus’ resurrection. The melody perfectly embodies the sorrow of Jesus’ mourners as they travel to the sepulcher, which then grows to a culmination of awe at the majesty of God when the angel reveals that Jesus is risen. This song is from God So Loved the World, a moving album inspired by man’s relationship with God and the love that the Father has for the world, “that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish” (KJV, John 3:16). Songs of inspiration and sweet melody have been carefully selected to share the healing message of God’s universal love.

About the Artist

Josh Henn is a classically-trained tenor that audiences frequently compare to Josh Groban. Listeners love Josh’s baritone/tenor range, which spans more than two octaves, offers a rich foundation, and supports controlled ascension into his upper register. Clear and refreshing, Josh’s voice is also commanding and moving as it climbs to the pinnacle of a piece.

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The Artist


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"Josh Henn's voice is as profoundly beautiful and prayerful as any I have EVER experienced. Only twice have I experienced seeing colors in hearing music. While listening to his CD, I was IN a rainbow." —Susan Brown, Oregon

"Josh brings to music a depth of understanding that reaches beyond the diacritical markings on the music score. With his strong voice and clear enunciation, he lets the music soar to its own heights of inspiration for every listener." —Beth Eggers, St. Louis, MO

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