‘Come, O Thou Traveler Unknown’

This is by Charles Wesley in the 18th century–Come, O Thou Traveler Unknown, sung by Maddy Prior and played, old-style, by the Carnival Band: a hymn about Jacob wrestling with the angel. Not the kind of thing we hear much of, these days.

May the music of God’s word fortify our spirits for the day.

2 comments on “‘Come, O Thou Traveler Unknown’

  1. Beautiful, and here is another really great song by Carroll Roberson:
    In the Middle of Tomorrow. It is filmed in a beautiful large flower garden to add to the beauty.

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