Requested by Joshua–and on his birthday, no less: how can I say No?–Be Thou My Vision, by GLAD.
This is one of my very favorite hymns–and do you guys know how old it is? It’s from the early 700’s! And still very popular today. What wouldn’t I give to hear it the way it sounded when it was first sung? I wonder what musical instruments they used. God bless those Irish monks who kept the lights on, all through the Dark Ages.
We love posting hymns requested by our readers! And as far as we’re concerned, there’s no such thing as a wrong time for a Christmas carol.
Requested by Joshua–Go Tell It on the Mountain, sung a capella by GLAD.
Requested by Joshua (now that he’s back!)–Maker of My Heart, by GLAD.
Yo, everybody, the hymn shop’s always open. If you have a hymn you want to share, just leave a comment anywhere and we’ll do the rest.
Requested by Joshua, here’s a song to bring us a little closer to the glorious day of Easter–The Easter Song, by GLAD.
We have no king but Christ.
And we have a hymn request from Joshua, too–Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee, sung a capella by GLAD.
Rock of Ages, by Rev. A.M. Toplady, was first published in 1775 and has remained popular ever since–but you’ve never heard it sung like this before. Requested by Joshua: Rock of Ages, sung a capella by GLAD.
Requested by Joshua, We Gather Together, sung a capella by GLAD.
For me this is the Thanksgiving hymn. We sang it in Sunday school. We even sang it in public school: it was before “educators” and “judges” figured out what harm it does children to believe in God. I put quotes around those words on purpose. Shame on us for letting them impose their will on us.
Requested by Joshua, God Is My Redeemer, by GLAD. Sung a capella with skill and discipline that awes me–all in God’s service and to His praise. I was in a choir once, but they just had me stand in the back row and move my lips.
Requested by Joshua–here’s an a cappella rendition of Crown Him With Many Crowns, by GLAD.
See how easy it is to request a hymn? The hymn shop’s open to all.
Here’s a hymn request from Joshua–He Is Exalted, by GLAD. Wow, that photo of the waves breaking against the distant harbor: God’s handiwork is truly awesome.