I heard the bells of St. Francis, just across the street from me, playing this the other day–Crown Him With Many Crowns. Here we have it performed by the students at Fountainview Academy, British Columbia.
Just don’t ask me how they got a piano out there by the riverside…
In requesting this hymn, Phoebe was a little bit afraid it might be not quite in season. I don’t care about that! I’ll post a Christmas carol in August if somebody requests it.
I don’t think any hymn is ever truly out of season.
Crown Him with Many Crowns, sung by the Martin Brothers… Background sets by God the Father.
The self-styled “masters of the universe,” who think they’re gods because they bought some corrupt politicians–“He that sitteth in the heavens shall laugh: the LORD shall have them in derision” (Psalm 2:4).
The higher they rise, the farther they will fall. Each day brings them closer to judgment.
Jesus Christ is king, and King of kings. The right is His alone.
Requested by Phoebe: Crown Him with Many Crowns, performed by the students of Fountainview Academy.
Your Favorite Hymns continues with Crown Him with Many Crowns, sung by the Martin Brothers. Background sets by God the Father.
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This is an old Sunday school favorite, Crown Him with Many Crowns: sung by the congregation at Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California.
Requested by Joshua–here’s an a cappella rendition of Crown Him With Many Crowns, by GLAD.
See how easy it is to request a hymn? The hymn shop’s open to all.
Well, it’s tomorrow and I’m still here. So let’s start the day with a Sunday school favorite, Crown Him with Many Crowns, sung by the Martin Brothers. Do you remember this one?
I’m open all day for hymn requests. Something tells me now is an especially good time for them.
We last heard this hymn sung in Westminster Cathedral; now we can here it sung out outdoors, by the kids at Fountainview Academy, British Columbia: Crown Him with Many Crowns.
If you’re new to this blog, know ye that we take hymn requests, as many as our readers care to make. If you’ve got one, let us know.
It doesn’t get more high church than this–the British royal family at Westminster Cathedral, and the choir singing Crown Him with Many Crowns. Man’s royalty pays homage to the divine royalty of Jesus Christ, the King of kings.
I wanted to make sure to post something by Fountainview Academy. Crown Him with Many Crowns, by band and chorus–somewhere outdoors in beautiful British Columbia. God really does provide lovely settings; nor does He charge for their use.