The computer happens to be working at the moment. Quick! Hurry! Post something!
Can’t do better than this: To God Be the Glory, sung by the kids at Fountainview Academy. I don’t know where, exactly, they went to do this–but how about those brilliant wildflowers? God’s stuff–it’s always good.
Here’s a hymn I’d never heard before–and who would’ve thought to stage it in the middle of the woods, at the foot of a waterfall? Showers of Blessings, performed by the students at Fountainview Academy. With umbrellas.
So I thought, “One more try, what can it hurt?>” And, behold–we have this morning’s hymn. I have no idea why it refused to post the first time.
Well, we are blessed with this–a Fanny Crosby hymn, He Hideth My Soul, performed by the kids from Fountainview Academy on a beach in Hawaii. See how the waves have carved and shaped the lava rock: our God is a very patient sculptor.
Here’s another new video from Fountainview Academy, this one requested by Lydia (the hymn shop’s always open)–Have Thine Own Way, Lord. I remember this one from Sunday school.
A new video from Fountainview Academy–Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah: a Welsh hymn sung by North American students on a Hawaiian beach.
There’s a chance this hymn will stay with me throughout the day. I rather hope it does.
Phoebe requested this, and it’s much appreciated–Onward, Christian Soldiers, performed by the students at Fountainview Academy. Turn up the volume! The devil just positively hates this hymn! And so do all his little playmates here on earth.
This was the hymn I just had to have today. I got to singing it while I was doing the dishes last night, and I didn’t want to stop. Jesus Saves, sung by the students of Fountainview Academy on their visit to Prague.
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 never heard it sung like this before–Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, sung by the students at Fountainview Academy. I like this upbeat version. Don’t you?
All it takes here is two students from Fountainview Academy, a flute and a piano, and a woodland lane–and an old Sunday school favorite, Trust and Obey. Background sets by God the Father.