Your Favorite Hymns continues with Here We Are, by Dallas Holm. I couldn’t resist the background sets, God’s handiwork.
The hymn-cart needs filling again; so if there’s a hymn or two, or half a dozen of them, that you’d like to share here, just let us know by leaving a comment anywhere. I read them all.
Requested by Erlene–Here We Are, by Dallas Holm.
I have always loved that exquisite moment when the setting sun turns the water of the bay to molten copper: God’s own handiwork, a masterpiece. The greatest of artists, God never needs to sign His work.
We have a bonus hymn this morning, requested by Erlene: Here We Are, by Dallas Holm.
For the many new readers here, let me say we always like to start the blog day with a hymn, and we take requests–the more the merrier. If there’s a hymn you’d like to share, just let us know–leave a comment anywhere–and we’ll do the rest.
I haven’t quite mastered this method yet, so please bear with me.
Erlene requested this Easter song, Bloodline, sung by Dallas Holm. To seriously contemplate the Crucifixion is not easy; but we dare not shy away from it. This is what it took to wash our sins away.
And we have a hymn request from Erlene–Before Your Throne, by Dallas Holm. I think you’ll find this sweet and soothing.
And I don’t want to cover any more nooze today.
Easter is coming, everybody, and we want to post your favorite Easter hymns and worship songs.
This request is from Erlene–Rise Again, by Dallas Holm.
Let’s start the day with a worship song requested by Erlene: I’ve Never Seen the Righteous Forsaken, sung by Dallas Holm.
We’re open for hymn requests all day, folks. If you’ve got a hymn you’d like to see posted, just “Leave a Reply” anywhere on the blog, and we’ll do the rest.
We have a bonus hymn today, courtesy of Erlene: I’ve Never Seen the Righteous Forsaken, by Dallas Holm. If the words seem familiar, that’s because they come from Psalm 37: “I have never seen the righteous forsaken, nor his seed begging bread.”
And now I have to disappear for a while, swallowed up the bankers’ labyrinth, trying to settle the few crumbs left of Aunt Joan’s estate–all of which is to be consumed by the government, because she ran out of money and Medicaid had to foot the bill. This business is never over.
(Trying to work around having only one computer instead of two…)
Let’s have your Easter hymn requests, everybody. Don’t be shy!
This is Rise Again by Dallas Holm, requested by Erlene.
Requested by Erlene, here is Rise Again by Dallas Holm.
Rejoice, rejoice in Easter!
Now let me see if I can find and post my favorite Easter movie clip for you.