1. According to the author of this chapter, the song Blessed Be Your Name (a) uses words from the book of Job, (b) reflects a context in the Redmansí personal lives, (c) has a bridge that emphasizes Godís character, (d) all of the above. 2. According to the author, besides Blessed Be Your Name, what other song does the author consider outstanding in the area of pain and suffering? (a) Breathe, (b) Above All, (c) The Wonderful Cross, (d) Blessed Be Your Name, (e) You Are My King (Amazing Love). 3. The song The Wonderful Cross (a) includes a recently-written chorus, (b) incorporates words from the traditional hymn When I Survey the Wondrous Cross, (c) emphasizes the idea of suffering for the sake of Christ, (d) all of the above. 4. Which of the following does the author not recommend as needed in contemporary worship? (a) accessible and meaningful lyrics, (b) lyrics that come out of a life in touch with God, (c) full musical instrumentation, (d) a singable melody, (e) straightforward harmonies. 5. What is the relationship between the music and the words in a song? (a) the music drives the song, and carries the words along, (b) the music supports the meaning of the words and aids in their expressiveness, (c) there should be no inherent relationship between the two, (d) the words should dictate the musical style, (e) all of the above.