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‘Be Born in Me’

I had never heard this one before–Be Born in Me, performed by the kids at Fountainview Academy.

Jesus Christ is the answer.


By Request, ‘Listen to Him’

Requested by Joshua, Listen to Him, by Acapella–a hymn about the Transfiguration.

While he yet spake, behold, a bright cloud overshadowed them: and behold a voice out of the cloud, which said, This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased; hear ye him.  –Matthew 17:5

In all the “Bible movies” I’ve watched, I’ve never seen a reenactment of the Transfiguration, in which Our Lord Jesus Christ was revealed as the very Son of God. I wonder why that is.


By Request, ‘He’s Still God’

Requested by Erlene to start the day: He’s Still God, by Carroll Roberson.

Any more hymn requests out there? Let’s have ’em!


Johnny Cash Sings Revelation

This song may be a little grim, but it comes from Revelation and Revelation is a book of warning; and warnings are supposed to be grim. But it does come with a happy ending for those who heed the warnings: the happiest ending of them all.

So this is Johnny Cash, with The Man Comes Around. Whoever has ears, let him hear.


By Request, ‘God Is My Rock’

Thank you, Joshua, for requesting this–God Is My Rock, by GLAD.


By Request, ‘We Believe’

Five out of five stars for this one, everyone! Requested by “thewhiterabbit,” We Believe, by the Newsboys–turn up the volume.

This is what we believe!

This is what we have in mind, when the days seem dark and we receive the word, “Sing louder!”


By Request, ‘God So Loved the World’

This just in, a hymn request from Joshua: For God So Loved the World, by GLAD.

For those of you who are new to this blog, we love posting hymns requested by readers, and everyone is welcome to join in. If you’ve got a hymn you’d like to share, just “leave a reply” anywhere on the blog, and we’ll do the rest.


By Request, ‘Lord, Take All That I Have’

“Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights…” (James 1:17)

Requested by Erlene, Lord, Take All That I Have, by Carroll Roberson.

Every good thing we have, every good thing that we know–it all traces back to the Father.


By Request, ‘Change My Heart, Oh God’

Change My Heart, Oh God, by Vineyard–a hymn request from Erlene to start the day. We try to start every blogging day with a hymn, and the Hymn Shop is always open… so come on in!


By Request, ‘Creation Song’

God’s handiwork reveals its maker. Fernando Ortega celebrates God’s handiwork in Creation Song, requested by Joshua.

I love being able to look out my window and see the golden leaves on all the trees, and the bright red head of the woodpecker as he hops up and down the trunk. It tells me, “God is nigh.”

I am sure there will be no leaf-blowers in Heaven.


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