By Request, ‘The Glorious Impossible’

Today’s first entry into our Christmas Carol Contest is from SlimJim–The Glorious Impossible, by the Gaither Vocal Band. Nevcerd heard this one before, but I think it’s a keeper. Thanks, Jimmy!

By Request, ‘O Little Town of Bethlehem’

Here’s a contest entry from Erlene–O Little Town of Bethlehem, by the Gaither Vocal Band. (The Vocal Bank is another story!)

Hey, we’re doing Christmas cheer all day! Come on in! And tell your friends about it.

No nooze here today–we follow the example of Judah the Maccabee, who didn’t lead his army forth on the Sabbath unless he absolutely had to.

By Request, ‘Sitting at the Feet of Jesus’

We have a hymn request from Erlene to start our day–Sitting at the Feet of Jesus, by the Gaither Vocal Band. “He is my righteousness,” concludes the song; and that lesson comes straight from the Bible.

By Request, ‘The Old Country Church’

Well, I don’t know what my “gender needs” are, but I do know a good old-fashioned hymn when I hear it. I also know my brain needs a rinse after that last post.

So we have a hymn requested by Erlene, The Old Country Church by the Gaither Vocal Group. Actually it contains bits of several classic hymns–just the kind you’d sing in an old country church.

By Request, ‘He Touched Me’

Requested by Erlene, He Touched Me, by the Gaither Vocal Band.

We are trying to craft a nooze-free weekend. So help us out with likes and comments!

By Request, ‘Because He Lives’

Requested by “Thewhiterabbit”: this is the Gaither Vocal Band, with help from their live audience, going to town on Because He Lives. We start another blogging day with praise of the Lord.

By Request, ‘He Is Here’

Requested by Erlene–He Is Here, by the Gaither Group with the Eden Strings Quartet. Nice and soothing, just what we need.

Now I’d better go out and clear my car in case we need it tomorrow.

‘Sitting at the Feet of Jesus’

Back to Your Favorite Hymns with Sitting at the Feet of Jesus, by the Gaither Vocal Band.

We’d like to see a couple dozen more hymns in the hymn-cart, so please feel free to suggest your favorites.

‘I Then Shall Live’

The music Sibelius wrote for Finlandia has served for several hymns, including this one–I Then Shall Live, sung by the Faither Vocal Band, flavored with photos of God’s handiwork. Looking at these, it’s no wonder that when God surveyed His finished creation, He pronounced it very good.

By Request, ‘He Is Here’

My list of Your Favorite Hymns is just about exhausted, so please, everybody, feel free to load it up again.

For now, we have He Is Here, by the Gaither Vocal Band.