I know, I know–this is one of those hymns I post a lot. Fanny Crosby wrote it in 1873. A doctor’s error took away her sight while she was still a baby; but there’s something about this hymn that evokes a visual response. Wouldn’t you say so?
Sung by the Harpeth Gospel Quartet.
Ugh! Rain again, bad dreams all night–so I’m late.
First hymn I thought of today: He Hideth My Soul, one of some eight or nine thousand hymns written by Fanny Crosby. Sung by Nathan and Lyle with friends and family, in Denton County, Texas.
Nathan and Lyle, with friends and family at home in Denton, Texas–and they’re singing He Hideth My Soul, one of several thousand hymns by Fanny Crosby. I can’t think of anything better with which to start the day.
Here’s one of some eight or nine thousand hymns written by Fanny Crosby–To God Be the Glory. Blinded by a careless physician a few days after she was born, Fanny came to see more clearly than most of us; her hymns have given sight to many.
No hymn requests this morning–but I can’t go wrong if I tap a hymn by Fanny Crosby. Let’s try this one: Blessed Assurance, sung by the Harpeth Gospel Quartet. Background sets by God the Father.
No hymn requests as yet today; but this one was in my head yesterday: Blessed Assurance, by Fanny Crosby, sung by the Harpeth Gospel Quartet. Background scenery by God the Father. (Nine thousand hymns, Fanny wrote…)
No hymn requests this morning. Well, I can’t go wrong with a Fanny Crosby hymn, can I? Here’s He Hideth My Soul, sung by the Antrim Mennonite Choir. Background sets by God the Father, Maker of heaven and earth.
Here’s a hymn by Fanny Crosby–one of thousands–that I haven’t heard before: All the Way My Savior Leads Me, performed by Andrew Hostetler. Psalm 23 (“The Lord is my shepherd”) is included with it.
A classic Fanny Crosby hymn, Blessed Assurance, performed by Nathan and Lyle and friends in someone’s living room–See? You don’t need a studio, or all kinds of gear. Not if it’s done with love.
A Fanny Crosby hymn and a Sunday school favorite, Draw Me Nearer, Blessed Lord–sung by the choir at Calvary, Free Baptist Church, in Northern Ireland. This is just one of some eight or nine thousand hymns Fanny Crosby wrote.