How would this hymn sound if a lot of people sang it, all at once?
It’d sound great!
Bringing in the Sheaves, sung by the congregation and choir at Southwest Baptist Church, Oklahoma City. Plus piano, of course: just as I remember it from Sunday school.
Here’s a good old Sunday school favorite, piano and all–Bringing in the Sheaves, sung by Burl Ives. How many people out there don’t know what “sheaves” are?
We can’t do better than this to start our day–a great old-fashioned hymn, Bringing in the Sheaves.
I wonder how many people even know what sheaves are, these days.
And Burl Ives is well worth remembering, too.
I’d love to get some hymn requests from readers who haven’t asked for any before. Come on, don’t be shy. The hymn shop’s always open.
No requests today, so far–so I’ve chosen this spirited rendition of an old favorite, Bringing in the Sheaves, by the Nashville Singers.
I loved it when we sang this hymn in Sunday school, even if I didn’t know what “sheaves” were. Today it’s a hymn request by Erlene: Bringing in the Sheaves, sung here by Burl Ives. Some hymns just stick with you forever. This is one of them.
I love the old-time hymns, the ones I learned in Sunday school. And here’s one of them–Bringing in the Sheaves, sung by Tennessee Ernie Ford. Would you believe he used to be on TV a lot?
This sounds just like Sunday school–piano, congregation, and Bringing in the Sheaves, back when everybody knew what sheaves were. I like this Burl Ives version best.
Let’s see if a hymn by Tennessee Ernie Ford can liven things up around here–Bringing in the Sheaves, an old Sunday school favorite. How many people even know what sheaves are, anymore?
We’re open for hymn requests, by the way, should anyone care to venture one.
I didn’t even knew we had a Youtube channel, until Lydia subscribed to it the other day. Now we have a subscriber, too. Apparently they create a channel for you if you post a video.
I wrote this little ditty in 2013, before there was a “transgender” movement, before we were scourged with Drag Queen Story Hour, and Andrea Schwartz created the music video.
Boy, if the church was throwing in the towel back then, what’s it doing now?
Well, never mind! Today’s a new day. We don’t have to bow down to this squirming mass of abominations. Speak the truth, sing the hymns, say the prayers, and never give in.
Never give in.
(Zero comments again this morning! I hope Tennessee Ernie can scare some up.)
Another Sunday school favorite–Bringing in the Sheaves, sung by Tennessee Ernie Ford. He was on TV a lot when I was growing up. We could use more like him today.