Hymn, ‘Guide Me, O Thou Great Redeemer’

This Welsh melody is traditionally called Cwm Rhondda and has various renderings into English. I’ve posted it once as Bread of Heaven. This is a very popular hymn and a good way to start our day. This is another one you can really belt out–and should.

I don’t mean to turn into a Christian DJ or something like that, but suddenly these hymns seem mighty important. We live in an anti-Christian age, in a Christian country that is rapidly being de-Christianized, debauched, and debased before our very eyes.

Hymns are a way of connecting with our God, and the time has come to sing them louder, louder, every day.

He will hear us.

3 comments on “Hymn, ‘Guide Me, O Thou Great Redeemer’

  1. Thank you, Lee. What a wonderful way to begin a day. The hymns you post are such a blessing. I must admit that I’ve been milling around your site since early this morning listening to hymns 🙂

  2. There is a hymn – or maybe I could say praise and worship song – ‘Create In Me A Clean Heart’ (Psalms 51:10). Keith Green does a powerful version. Would you please put this on your list of hymns to post, Lee? Thank you.

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