Christians have been singing this hymn since 1862: He Leadeth Me, sung here by the Mennonite Hour Men’s Quartet.
Those pictures of paths through the woods–once upon a time there were places like that around here, where I live. No more! We have not been good stewards of the beauty God entrusted to us.
I couldn’t resist the beautiful places chosen as backgrounds for this hymn–an old Sunday school favorite, He Leadeth Me, sung by the Mennonite Life Men’s Quartet.
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We start today’s blogging with a Sunday school favorite–He Leadeth Me, sung by the Mennonite Hour Men’s Quartet. Gorgeous background sets by God the Father, maker of heaven and earth.
This was the first hymn that popped into my head this morning: He Leadeth Me, here performed by the London Fox Singers. Background sets by God the Father, Maker of Heaven and Earth.
The word of God is better than Mapquest any day of the week.
I know I’ve posted this hymn before, but today it was the hymn that kept me company as I made the bed, so here it is–He Leadeth Me, sung by the Sanctuary Choir at the First United Methodist Church, Houston. This does bring back fond memories of Sunday school.
I wish I knew who was singing this–He Leadeth Me (1862)–so I could give them credit. I also wish I could follow some of those woodland lanes depicted as settings for the hymn, and go where they might lead. We used to have places like that around here, long ago. Or maybe I just dreamed them.
Here’s another Sunday school favorite, He Leadeth Me, performed by the kids from Fountainview Academy, British Columbia. during their visit to Hawaii.
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This is the hymn that was on my mind last night, He Leadeth Me, another old Sunday school favorite. The Martins perform it with no musical instrument but their voices–very nice, very nice. Make a joyful noise unto the Lord.
A Sunday morning, late in the spring. All green, all flowers. This is the hymn you hear them singing in the church. You stop to listen. And Jesus Christ Our Lord, through the voices of His people lifted in song, through the sunshine shimmering on the pond beside the church, through the green of the landscape and the blue of the sky, through the Holy Spirit stirring in your heart so that you feel it in your throat–He takes you by the hand, and He Leadeth Me. I have no idea who’s singing this, but it has deeply moved me.
This beautiful old hymn from the 1860s still moves us today. I don’t know about you, but I need God’s guiding hand: need it every day.
This is performed here by the kids from Fountainview Academy. If the background scenery looks strange, it’s because they’re not in British Columbia, but visiting Hawaii.
O Light of the World, light thou my path!