New Song on Sunday - Hay Libertad


What an exciting time this is to be doing ministry. As we grow as a church and impact both English and Spanish speakers, we’re actively working to introduce good, theologically sound, Spanish songs to our congregation. With that in mind - over the next 10 weeks, we’ll be introducing a number of new Spanish songs into our Sunday morning Liturgy. Some of the songs will be hymns or recognizable Sovereign Grace songs. Some will be songs that were written exclusively in Spanish.

This upcoming Sunday we will be introducing "Hay Libertad." You can listen to the song here. The lyrics are below, in both English & Spanish. Please take a few moments this week to listen to and read through this song in preparation for Sunday.

When Christ returns, all nations will proclaim that He is Lord. When we sing on Sundays, we’re experiencing a foretaste of that very reality.


Las cadenas de la muerte me quitó

Para mí ya no hay condenación

Hay libertad, libertad

Siendo esclavo del pecado me libró

En la cruz compró mi redención

Y libertad, libertadd


Rompió mis cadenas

Me dio vida nueva

Y al fondo del mar echó mi maldad

Lavó mis pecados

Y me ha perdonado

Solo en el nombre de Jesús

Hay libertad


Yo proclamo al que en la cruz por mí murió

Y cambió mi duro corazón

Por libertad, libertad

El poder de su evangelio me salvó

Y no me avergüenzo del Señor

Mi libertad, libertad


Al que el Hijo hace libre

Es libre en verdad


The chains of death you took away 

For me there is no condemnation 

There is freedom, freedom 

Being a slave to sin, you freed me 

On the cross he bought my redemption 

And freedom, freedom 


My chains are now broken

He gave me a new life

And at the bottom of the sea he cast my evil 

He washed my sins 

And he has forgiven me 

Only in the name of Jesus 

There is freedom 


I proclaim the one who died on the cross for me 

And changed my hard heart 

For freedom, freedom 

The power of his gospel has saved me 

And I'm not ashamed of the Lord 

My freedom, freedom 


Who the Son sets free

is free indeed