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.
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.
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.
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.
I think I might have posted this not so long ago, but its message bears repeating. We worry about being good enough. No need: Christ takes us as we are, and makes us good enough. Just as I Am, Without One Plea, by Charlotte Elliott in 1835; sung by the Antrim Mennonite Choir.
There have been several requests for Rock of Ages lately. Not bad for a hymn published in 1775. Written by Augustus Toplady, sung here by the Antrim Mennonite Choir. Requested by Erlene.
If we pay attention to the lyrics, we find sound theology: Rock of Ages, written by Augustus Toplady in 1775, and performed here by the Antrim Mennonite Choir.
Here’s the hymn that Dave requested, only performed by the Antrim Mennonite Choir–Abide With Me.
If you’re new here: we take hymn requests, and I do my best to find the ones you ask for.
But they’re all good that glorify God.
This beautiful 19th century hymn by Charlotte Elliott was a favorite at my grandma’s house, and ours: Just As I Am, Without One Plea. Sung by the Antrim Mennonite Choir.
No one wrote more hymns than Fanny Crosby–more than 8,000 hymns. This is one of them: He Hideth My Soul, from 1890, sung here by the Antrim Mennonite Choir. Background sets by God the Father, maker of heaven and earth.