John Bunyan’s Hymn

No hymn requests this morning, so I’ll go back to my favorites and pluck out this one–To Be a Pilgrim, sung by Maddy Prior and the Carnival Band. The verses, published first in 1684, are generally attributed to John Bunyan, writer of The Pilgrim’s Progress. 

5 comments on “John Bunyan’s Hymn

  1. I think your Auto-correct turned “Pilgrim’s Progress” into “Pilgrim’s Policy.” Auto-correct can do wretched things. I once typed “Deo gratias” (“thanks be to God”) into a text and sent it before I noticed that auto-correct had turned it into “Deodorant gratias.” I had to follow up quickly to assure my friend that I wasn’t thanking my deodorant or beginning to substitute my deodorant for God. Modern technology. Ain’t it grand?

    As for hymns, how about a reprise of “In God’s Green Pastures”? It’s been running through my head this morning.

    1. Oh, pnath! Thanks for the heads-up, I have fixed the stupid error.
      I’ll post the hymn this morning, before we got to the supermarket.

    2. “Deodorant gratias” ha, ha, ha, ha…. Every once in a while I run into problems with Auto-correct.

  2. I know what you mean about the tech-fluffs. Happens all the time. I have had a really rough day and haven’t been able to do much of anything except rest and try to recover. I just thought of the great song by Carroll Roberson, I Surrender All. Maybe for in the morning?
    If I can just get this reply to reply.

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