I don’t want to do a lot of nooze today, but I do want to post hymns. Here’s one requested by Erlene: Majesty, by Maranatha! Music.
Some of you have been here for years without ever requesting a hymn. You don’t have to, of course. But if you do, we’re ready to serve you.
I meant to post this for Joshua this morning, but somehow it slipped away from me. So here it is now, requested by Joshua, performed by Fernando Ortega–What Wondrous Love Is This. Quite beautiful, really.
Inspired by Psalm 95: 6,7, Come, Let Us Worship, sung by Fernando Ortega. Requested by Joshua.
Huff-puff… I’ve sweated out my Newswithviews column, so let’s take a hymn request from Susan–Through It All, by Andrae Crouch. Andrae left us for God’s Kingdom in 2015, but his music lives on after him.
Requested by Erlene, Oh, the Glory of Your Presence, sung by Terry MacAlmon.
How many times does the Bible say, “And the glory of the LORD filled the tabernacle/temple”? What was it like, to see that?
Joshua wanted to know if it was OK for him to request hymns two days in a row. Well, of course it is! Y’know, some of you have been here at this blog for years and have never requested a hymn. The hymn shop’s always open, though. And we’ll never send you a bill.
So, requested by Joshua, here’s Fernando Ortega and Oh, God, You Are My God–after Psalm 63.
Requested by Joshua–Give Me Jesus, sung by Fernando Ortega.
I found this hymn quite moving. I guess that’s to be expected, when you’re covering this fallen world’s nooze all day.
Pay close attention to the lyrics of this song–Too Close to the Mirror (“to see what you see in me”)–because the teaching is right on target. Is there any Christian who has never wondered, “What in the world does God see in us?”
Requested by Phoebe. Sung by Eddie Ruth Bradford.
I don’t know why I slept so late, but here I am at last, along with Joshua’s hymn request–My Worth Is Not in What I Own, by Fernando Ortega and Kristyn Getty. Well worth waiting for!
Let’s start the day with this hymn request Erlene made yesterday–Holy Are You, Lord, by Terry MacAlmon. And we have another hymn lined up for you later, so don’t go far away.