By Request, ‘In the Presence of Jehovah’

Requested by Erlene: In the Presence of Jehovah, by Daywind.

The hymn shop is open to all, and today’s a new day.

By Request, ‘I Surrender All’

We have a hymn request from Erlene–I Surrender All, by Carroll Roberson.

(It’s hot, hot, hot here today! Makes the bright flowers in this video all the more appealing.)

By Request, ‘Worthy Is the Lamb’

This song is taken from Revelation, Chapter 5.

Requested by SlimJim, sung by Michael W. Smith–Agnus Dei (“Lamb of God”).

We’re open to hymn requests all day, everybody. If you have a hymn you’d like to share, just let us know.

By Request, ‘Here I Stand’

This group named itself “Iona” for the island in the Irish Sea–a very holy place, some 17 hundred years ago.

Requested by SlimJim, Here I Stand, by Iona. Haunting bagpipes and all.

By Request, ‘One Day at a Time’

We have this hymn request from Ina, in Scotland, and I want to post it before it’s her bedtime out there. So here it is–One Day at a Time, sung by Lena Martell.

I’ll hold the later requests for tomorrow.

By Request, ‘Right by Your Side’

We have several hymn requests today, praise the Lord, and I’ll post them in the order received (and probably saving one or two for tomorrow).

Requested by Erlene, Right be Your Side, performed by the Collingsworth Family plus an orchestra.

By Request, ‘He Touched Me’

Erlene asked for this song, by the Gaither Vocal Band–He Touched Me. The harmony they achieve–in praise of the Lord–well, I don’t know how they do it.

The hymn shop is open to everyone, all day. If you have a hymn you’d like to share, please let us know.

By Request, ‘I Am the God That Healeth Thee’

We have another hymn request, this one from Erlene–I Am the God that Healeth Thee, by Don Moen. God knows we all need healing in some form or other. And it’s hard to bear when He doesn’t give us the blessing that we ask for.

At that point faith and trust and love must take over.

By Request, ‘Strong Enough’

Requested by “Thewhiterabbit,” our first hymn today is Strong Enough, by Michael West.

The hymn shop’s open all day, every day, and open to all. Share your favorite hymns with the rest of us–we’re building a fellowship here.

By Request, ‘Come And See’

Before we get into today’s public schooling outrage, before I eat breakfast and go running around town on errands, we have a hymn request from our brother SlimJim–Come and See, by Matt Redman.

Hymn shop’s always open, guys. Can never have too many hymns.