Kristyn Getty

Short Name: Kristyn Getty
Full Name: Getty, Kristyn

Kristyn Getty (b. May 22, 1980) is a world-renowned modern hymn writer. Kristyn studied English Literature at Queen’s University of Belfast. She writes and performs with her husband, Keith Getty, and they regularly tour the United States and the United Kingdom.

Laura de Jong


Texts by Kristyn Getty (22)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
Before you I kneel, my Master and MakerKristyn Getty, b. 1980 (Author)English2
Behold the Lamb who bears our sins awayKristyn Getty (Author)English6
Beneath the cross of Jesus, I find a place to standKristyn Getty, b. 1980 (Author)English8
By faith we see the hand of God (Por fe podemos ver a Dios)Kristyn Getty (Author)English, Spanish3
Come, let us sing to the OneKristyn Getty (Author)English2
Facing a task unfinishedKristyn Getty (Author, Refrain)English1
Hallelujah! Let all creation stand and singKristyn Getty (Author)2
Hear the call of the kingdomKristyn Getty (Author)English2
How can it be, the One who diedKristyn Getty (Author)English2
Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me Kristyn Getty, b. 1980 (Author (refrain))English1
Magnificent, marvelous, matchless loveKristyn Getty (Author)English2
My dwelling place is God Most HighKristyn Getty (Author)English2
My heart is filled with thankfulnessKristyn Getty (Author)English1
My soul will sing with all the strength I have in meKristyn Getty (Author)2
My worth is not in what I ownKristyn Getty (Author)English2
O LORD, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth! (Getty and Papa)Kristyn Getty (Author)English2
Oh, how good it is when the fam'ly of GodKristyn Getty (Author)English2
Still, my soul, be still and do not fearKristyn Getty (Author)English2
There is a higher throne that all this world has knownKristyn Getty (Author)English6
What grace is mine that He who dwells in endless lightKristyn Getty (Author)English2
Who hears? Who hears the voice of the hungryKristyn Getty (Author)2
You have called us out of darkest nightKristyn Getty (Author)English2
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