That last nooze post jangled me pretty bad, and I’m grateful to Joshua for this hymn request. In fact, this particular hymn, with these visuals, was exactly what I needed.
All Creatures of Our God and King, a good old-fashioned hymn performed by Fernando Ortega… with living things by God the Father.
I meant to post this for Joshua this morning, but somehow it slipped away from me. So here it is now, requested by Joshua, performed by Fernando Ortega–What Wondrous Love Is This. Quite beautiful, really.
Inspired by Psalm 95: 6,7, Come, Let Us Worship, sung by Fernando Ortega. Requested by Joshua.
Joshua wanted to know if it was OK for him to request hymns two days in a row. Well, of course it is! Y’know, some of you have been here at this blog for years and have never requested a hymn. The hymn shop’s always open, though. And we’ll never send you a bill.
So, requested by Joshua, here’s Fernando Ortega and Oh, God, You Are My God–after Psalm 63.
Joshua says this is his new favorite hymn, and wants to share it with us–Children of the Living God, by Fernando Ortega. Background sets by the hand of God the Father, maker of heaven and earth.
Requested by Joshua–Give Me Jesus, sung by Fernando Ortega.
I found this hymn quite moving. I guess that’s to be expected, when you’re covering this fallen world’s nooze all day.
I don’t know why I slept so late, but here I am at last, along with Joshua’s hymn request–My Worth Is Not in What I Own, by Fernando Ortega and Kristyn Getty. Well worth waiting for!
Requested by Joshua, Let the Words of My Mouth, by Fernando Ortega–if the words seem familiar, it’s because you’ve encountered them before, in the Bible–Psalm 19:14, Philippians 4:8. Background sets by God the Father.
Requested by Joshua–Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior, sung by Fernando Ortega.
What can we say, but “Amen”? We’re needing you today, O Lord.
I don’t know how many different sets of lyrics there are for “Hyfrydol.” It seems each denomination has its own. Here we have it as Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus, by Charles Wesley: sung by Fernando Ortega.