Bonus Hymn, ‘Abide With Me’

We have a hymn request from “thewhiterabbit”–Abide With Me, written by Henry Lyte in 1847, sung here by the Antrim Mennonite Choir. Background sets by God the Father: no one does them better.

‘I Will Sing the Wondrous Story’

We have a rainy morning here, but there’s sunshine in this hymn–I Will Sing the Wondrous Story, by Francis Rowley (1886), sung by the Antrim Mennonite Choir.

We’re wide-open to hymn requests, so if you’ve got one, let us know.

By Request, ‘Are You Washed in the Blood of the Lamb?’

Requested by Phoebe, Are You Washed in the Blood of the Lamb? This rousing rendition is by the Antrim Mennonite Choir. The hymn’s from 1878 and still going strong.

Hey out there! Some of you have never yet requested a hymn. Well, what’re you waiting for? There’ll never be a better time to do it. It’s not like they can do much more damage to my search engine ranking than they’ve done already.

Play It Again, Lee (‘He Hideth My Soul’)

I’ve just finished writing my Newswithviews column for the week. The day’s nooze has left a bad taste in my mouth. But this hymn has been in my mind all day–so I’m going to post it again.

He Hideth My Soul, by Fanny Crosby, sung by the Antrim Mennonite Choir–and it’s as fresh and uplifting as it was when it first came out in 1890. An antidote to nooze!

‘Day by Day’

Written in 1865, sung here by the Antrim Mennonite Choir, Day by Day is illuminated by these gorgeous photos of God the Father’s handiwork.

And it’s time to load the cart with Your Favorite Hymns again! We’d love to get some hymn requests from readers who haven’t made any before.

‘I Know Whom I Have Believed’

Your Favorite Hymns continues with this 19the century classic, I Know Whom I Have Believed, sung by the Antrim Mennonite Choir.

It’s getting to be time to fill up the hymn cart again. So if you’ve got a favorite hymn or two, or half a dozen favorite hymns, that you’d like to share here, please just let us know.

‘Are You Washed?’

Your Favorite Hymns continues with Are You Washed (in the Blood of the Lamb)? This has been a well-loved hymn since it was published in 1878. Sung here by the Antrim Mennonite Choir.

The hymn shop is open to all. Some of you have been here for years and never requested a hymn. It’s not like we’ll run out of them or anything.

‘There’s No Disappointment in Heaven’

Here’s another hymn I’ve never heard before–There’s No Disappointment in Heaven, sung by the Antrim Mennonite Choir. I doubt there’s nooze in heaven, either.

Background sets by God the Father.

‘Just as I Am, Without One Plea’

Charlotte Elliott wrote this hymn in 1834 as she was battling severe depression; it marked the beginning of her recovery. Just as I Am, Without One Plea–sung by the Antrim Mennonite Choir.

If you’re new here, we take hymn requests, as many as we can get; all you have to do is ask. Some of you have been here for years without ever making a hymn request. But the hymn shop is open to everyone, every day.

 

‘He Hideth My Soul’

This is one of eight or nine thousand hymns Fanny Crosby wrote: He Hideth My Soul, published in 1890, sung here by the Antrim Mennonite Choir.