This lovely hymn came into my mind last night, so I want to share it with you this morning: Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing, sung by Chris Rice, complete with Bible verses, lyrics, and even chords if you want to strum along on your guitar. I found it very moving. The Holy Spirit is never more than a hymn or a prayer away.
Requested by Susan, this beautiful video–Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing, sung by the Crosby Family, Exquisite background scenery–and can this little girl sing, or what?
A grey and dreary morning, out here in the world–but let’s refresh it with a hymn: Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing, sung by Fernando Ortega. Oh, how we need our Savior! Be not far from us, O Lord.
This was the hymn that was in my head last night, so this is the hymn I post this morning–Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing. This lovely version is by the students of Fountainview Academy, on their visit to Hawaii.
I couldn’t resist the lake in the woods. I used to know places like that.
Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing, played on her violin by Taryn Harbridge. Sets by God the Father.
This is an unusual arrangement of a traditional hymn, Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing, by King’s Kaleidoscope. I think you’ll like it.
Sometimes simple is best–as in this rendition of a dear old hymn, Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing, by Sarah Noelle. Just the words, just her voice, and just the guitar: that’s all it takes.
I’m not here just now. I have to take Patty to her new doctor for an 8 a.m. appointment. Please pray that this time it does some good!
Meanwhile, There’s a Wideness in God’s Mercy was the first hymn they had us sing, so long ago, when our Sunday school hymnal gave way to the regular church hymnal that the grownups used. I didn’t know it could be sung to the same melody as Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing. Sung here by Nate Macy.
This is another hymn that I love, and thank you, Joshua, for requesting it–Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing, sung by Fernando Ortega.
Hey! If you’re new here, and you’d like me to post a hymn, just do as Joshua has done and leave a comment anywhere on the blog–and if I can find your hymn on Youtube, I will post it here.
You may wonder, at first, what a lot of African wildlife has to do with this 18th-century hymn. But keep looking! Just as the heavens above display God’s handiwork, it’s all around us here on earth. Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing, an unusual treatment by Sufjan Stevens–unusual and lovely.