By Request, ‘I’m Born Again’

Requested by Ina, I’m Born Again, by Boney M. The melody’s just beautiful, and I think it was lifted for a pop song in 2000; but Boney M. was singing it as a worship song 20 years earlier.

By Request, ‘I Shall Not Be Moved’

We start the day with a hymn request from Erlene–I Shall Not Be Moved, by the Collingsworth Family.

If you have a favorite hymn you’d like to share, just let us know. The Hymn Shop is always open.

By Request, ‘Hear the Voice of My Beloved’

Requested by SlimJim: Cynthia Clawson singing Hear the Voice of My Beloved.

Here at this blog we’re happy to fulfill all readers’ hymn requests, so the hymn shop’s always open. If you have a hymn you’d like to share, just let us know: post a reader comment anywhere.

‘We Are Not Alone, God Is With Us’

How about some Voice of Eden to start the day? We Are Not Alone, God Is With Us, sung by Voice of Eden under a banyan tree (!) in southern India. Conducted by Pepper Choplin. I wish I could tell you the lead singer’s name–what a voice she has, to praise the Lord.

By Request, ‘Magnify Him’

Erlene requested this one–Magnify Him, performed by the Collingsworth Family. It’s over seven minutes long, but I simply couldn’t resist the beautiful footage at the introduction–we glory in the work of God’s hands!

By Request, ‘I Asked the Lord’

We have a hymn request from Erlene–I Asked the Lord, by Carroll Roberson. And we have room for another, if anybody’s out there.

P.S. to Erlene–I didn’t know it yet, when I posted it, but this hymn, too, turned out to be wonderfully appropriate for me today.

By Request, ‘One Pair of Hands’

Requested by Erlene: One Pair of Hands, sung by Carroll Roberson. Background sets by God the Father, the work of His hands.

By Request, ‘Do You Go To Church to Worship?’

From Boca Grande Island, Florida–Do You Go to Church to Worship?, sung by Carroll Roberson. Actually, the whole line is, “Do you go to church to worship… or pretend?”

Requested by Erlene.

By Request, ‘Then Came the Morning’

Requested by SlimJim: Then Came the Morning, sung by Guy Penrod.

Can we truly imagine what it was like for Christ’s disciples, between the crucifixion and His resurrection? How did they bear it? Must’ve been some dreadfully long hours for them.

By Request. ‘I Saw the Light’

We have a hymn request from Ina–I Saw the Light, a classic country hymn, sung by Johnny Cash. In a Columbo episode, no less.

The hymn shop is open to all. Don’t be bashful! Share your favorite hymns.