By Request, ‘Speak to the Mountains’

How mad at me will my readers get if I knock off doing nooze today? I mean, the nooze is all about what’s abnormal. Hymns, comedy, prayer requests, pet videos–these are normal things. I feel like I need more normal today.

Well, I’ll know I goofed if the viewer numbers tank. But really, how many teachers’ union stories can we tolerate in one week? And could we please just forget the word “racist”…for just a little while?

Here, instead, we have a hymn request from Susan–Speak to the Mountains, by Chris McClarney. There are echoes of the Psalms in here: follow the lyrics, you’ll see.

By Request, ‘Glorious Day (Living He Loved Me)’

Before we dip into any nooze, we have a hymn request from Susan: Glorious Day (Living He Loved Me) by Casting Crowns.

I wonder what would happen if I just posted hymns all day. (Fie, Lee–takin’ the easy way out!)

But I could always post another one.

By Request, ‘The Lighthouse’

Requested by Erlene, to start the day: The Lighthouse, sung by Todd Starnes.

If you have a favorite hymn you’d like to share, we’re standing by–all you have to do is ask.

By Request, ‘We Are Standing on Holy Ground’

I don’t know who’s performing this, but I do know Erlene requested it last night–We Are Standing on Holy Ground. I’m really rather swamped with work today, it won’t be easy to catch up.

But there’s always time for a hymn or two.

By Request, ‘Revelation Song’

Another hymn request by Susan–Revelation Song, by the Gaither Vocal Band.

As a wise woman on Christian radio once said, “When things look like they’re getting worse… sing louder!”

This might help.

By Request (!), ‘I Asked the Lord’

Finally this mess has been straightened out so that readers can send in hymn requests. There are still some problems with this site, but we’re working on it.

Requested by Erlene: I Asked the Lord, by Carroll Roberson.

By Request, ‘Friends Are Friends Forever’

Requested by Thewhiterabbit, Friends Are Friends Forever, by Michael W. Smith.

I remember the friends of my early childhood–David, Ellen, Gary, Frank, Jimmy. All long gone now, two of them dead, the rest scattered all over the continent: I’m the only one who’s stayed put. I remember.

By Request, ‘Glorious Day (Living He Loved Me)’

We have a hymn request from Susan to start the day–Glorious Day, also titled Living He Loved Me, performed by Casting Crowns.

If you have a hymn you’d like to share on this blog, just let us know by leaving a comment anywhere on this site and we’ll do the rest.

By Request, ‘Speak to the Mountains’

I’ve been very busy this afternoon. I have to edit Behold! and provide some material which our artist, Kirk DouPonce, can work up into a cover.

But we do have a hymn request from Susan–Speak to the Mountains, by Chris McClarney. You might find the lyrics reminiscent of a Psalm.

By Request, ‘Take My Hand, Precious Lord’

I’ve got to go to the eye doctor this morning, but first things first. We have a hymn request from Erlene–Take , My Hand, Precious Lord, sung by Carroll Roberson–so here it is.