Bonus Hymn By Request, ‘Through It All’

Here’s one suggested by Erlene–Through It All, by Jentezen Franklin, singing and playing the saxophone (but not at the same time!). My computer conked out halfway through putting up this post, but I plugged it in and no harm seems to have been done.

by Request, ‘Give Me Your Eyes’

What if we could see each other as Jesus sees us? That’s what this hymn is about.

Requested by SlimJim–Give Me Your Eyes, by Brandon Heath.

By Request, ‘Come Behold the Wondrous Mystery’

Requested by Susan: Matt Boswell and the Boyce College Choir perform Come Behold the Wondrous Mystery.

The hymn shop is open!

By Request, ‘Spirit Wind’

We have another hymn request this morning, this one from SlimJim–Spirit Wind, by Casting Crowns.

Comparing Ezekiel in the valley of the dry bones to a preacher in a dried-out church today–well, that’s something to think about, isn’t it?

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

Requested by Erlene, we start off our blogging day with I Am the God that Healeth Thee, by Don Moen.

The hymn shop is open all day and ready to take your requests.

By Request, ‘I Need You, Lord’

There’s a unique country sound to this hymn, hard to define but easy to hear.

Requested by SlimJim, I Need You, Lord, by Newfound Road.

By Request, ‘For God Is With Us’

I’ve just got to get to work on that book! But first a hymn request: you know I like to post all your hymn requests. This one is from Susan: For God Is With Us, by For King and Country.

By Request, ‘Take My Hand, Precious Lord’

Before we go on to any more nooze, a sanity break–

Requested by Erlene, Take My Hand, Precious Lord, sung by Marshall Hall with the Gaither Group.

‘One Day at a Time’

I never heard this one before this morning–Tennessee Ernie Ford, with the Jordanaires, singing One Day at a Time. There’s something warm and cozy about this worship song. Which means there’s a need for lots more like it.

By Request, ‘His Mercy Is More’

Susan requested this worship song by Keith and Kristyn Getty–His Mercy Is More, sung by Matt Boswell and Matt Papa.

The hymn shop is open for requests–all day.