What a lovely hymn this is! And I’d never heard it before. That’s one of the reasons I love readers’ hymn requests.
Requested by Heidi: Whate’er My God Ordains Is Right, sung by the choir at Grace Community Church. I think this is one of those hymns that’s going to keep me company throughout the day–good company.
The video isn’t much, but the audio sure is–Rejoice, Ye Pure in Heart, sung by the choir and congregation at Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California. It’s been a long time since I’ve heard this hymn. Sometimes I don’t know what I’m rejoicing for–but it’s good for any soul, any time, to come to the Lord with thanksgiving and praise.
Anti-Christian fanatics will hate this hymn, so play it proud and play it loud–Christ Shall Have Dominion, sung by the congregation at Grace Community Church in San Antonio, Texas. And you already know the melody, so here are the lyrics, too.
You might want to turn up the volume on this one–O, For a Thousand Tongues to Sing, by Charles Wesley, sung by the congregation and choir at Grace Community Church, Sun Valley, California.
Here’s a hymn to make the rafters ring, an old classic–Rejoice, Ye Pure in Heart, sung by the congregation at Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California. The video’s not much, but the audio is great. Turn it up!
Oh, do the wicked not want to hear this! Maybe that’s why the comments had to be disabled on the youtube page.
Join the folks at Grace Community Church, San Antonio, Texas, in singing Christ Shall Have Dominion. At least sing the chorus: “Christ shall have dominion over land and sea, Earth’s remotest regions shall His empire be.” And sing it loud! It may be God will hear us.