We don’t happen to have a hymn request yet this morning, so I’ll fall back on one of my favorites–the old Scottish hymn, Behold the Mountain of the Lord, sung by Godfrey Birtill.
And if there’s still a Christmas hymn or two you’d like to hear, please let us know.
How I love this ancient Scottish hymn! We are marooned in one of the most degraded eras in our history: we need to lift our eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh our help. Behold, the Mountain of the Lord, sung by Godfrey Birtill.
This is probably the umpteenth time I’ve posted this ancient Scottish hymn–but how it stirs my soul! The Mountain of the Lord shall indeed rise! Be faithful. Behold, the Mountain of the Lord–sung by Godfrey Birtill.
I need this hymn, just now–this ancient Scottish hymn, Behold the Mountain of the Lord. Immersed in nooze for several hours, I found myself yearning to hear it again.
This one thing I think I’ve learned: the Mountain of the Lord is rising even as we speak. We’re just too small, our lives are just too short, to see it.
And that’s where faith comes in. Because only faith can see it.
I love this old Scottish hymn–Behold the Mountain of the Lord, sung by Godfrey Birtill.
Please, everyone, pray for my wife, Patty, that the Lord might heal her. The doctor didn’t do us any good–all those tests, no diagnosis. *Sigh*
You don’t mind, do you, if I resort again to one of my favorite hymns? Behold, the Mountain of the Lord, sung by Godfrey Birtill–ancient Scottish hymn.
If you don’t long to see the rising of the mountain of the Lord… better check to make sure you’re still alive.
Yes, I know, I’ve posted this old Scottish hymn many times–Behold the Mountain of the Lord, sung by Godfrey Birtill. I love it, and I love how it articulates our Christian hope.
In the old Planet of the Apes movie, Charlton Heston, playing an astronaut, says of the world he came from, our world, “Somewhere out there, there has to be something better.”
But our hope is in the Lord, who made the heavens and the earth–and we don’t have to go “out there.” For the world was perfect once, as God made it, and He will heal it, He will restore that which has been lost, He will repair that which has been broken: for the Lord hath spoken it.
I’m feeling frazzled–too hot, too much noise, too much bad news–so I have resorted to one of my favorite hymns, an ancient hymn: Behold the Mountain of the Lord, sung by Godfrey Birtill. If you’re new here, you might not have heard it yet. Pump it up and sing along.
Waitin’ for the Mountain of the Lord to rise…
Pardon me for resorting again to this hymn, Behold the Mountain of the Lord, sung by Godfrey Birtill. It reminds me that there has to be–and will be–something better than this present evil age: the Mountain of the Lord shall surely rise; for the Lord hath spoken it.
Behold, the mountain of the Lord in latter days shall rise, proclaims this ancient Scottish hymn. The glory of this message starts tears in my eyes. How we long for that day! When Christ shall reign in Heaven and on earth.
Sung by Godfrey Birtill.