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This Beautiful Song “Whole” Makes the Atonement of Jesus Christ Come to Life

This Beautiful Song “Whole” Makes the Atonement of Jesus Christ Come to Life

There are some pretty incredible Latter-day Saint musicians that are in their “music creation prime” right now. One of them is Angie Killian. She’s on a roll and is turning out incredible music that is impacting people in incredible ways. 

Here are just of few of my favorite songs of hers:

Her latest song, Whole, is about the healing power of the Atonement of Jesus Christ, and Christ’s ability to make us whole – regardless of how cracked or broken we are.

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Every scripture about the atonement of Jesus Christ, every quote, and every poem would be enhanced if the background music for your study was this powerful and poignant song that Angie created.

I can’t think of another song that has helped me feel so personally the calming and redeeming power that Jesus Christ can have in my life.

While you listen to her song which is linked below, consider your life and how the Savior Jesus Christ can make you whole.

For the video, Whole, Angie teamed up with Lauren Gruwell who provided the vocals. Lauren is Christian singer and songwriter who has used her talent to share things close to her heart, including a song that talks about the suicide of her older brother.

You can find sheet music and other information on Angie’s website, which is linked here. Of this song she said:

I am grateful for my Savior, Jesus Christ, His atoning sacrifice, and His infinite love. Even if we feel ‘broken,’ He has the power to make us whole – physically, spiritually, and emotionally.

I’m also grateful to now have this wonderful song that I can listen to and be reminded of the great redeeming power that my Savior has.

I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

Sheryl and Dale Sherburne

Saturday 9th of July 2022

Lovely. These words give much hope ♥️♥️

Marilyn carlson

Thursday 22nd of July 2021

You are right, Ben, this is incredible music. Very healing.

Ben Arkell

Monday 26th of July 2021

I'm glad you enjoyed it!