I don’t know why this particular hymn is in my mind today, but it’s welcome and I want to share it: I sing the Mighty Power of God, written by Isaac Watts in 1715 and still glorious today, sung by the Mountain Anthems. The phrase that moves me most: “all that borrows life from thee.” We are only here because He is.
I know things are pretty freakin’ awful just now–but look to the heavens, look to the earth, and praise the Lord for His creation. God’s stuff still works, and always will.
Well, it’s snowed again. But at least we have a glorious hymn to start the day.
I Sing the Mighty Power of God–written by Isaac Watts back in 1715 and still going strong today: sung here by the Mountain Anthems. Background sets by God the Father.
I just had to have this hymn, a good old Sunday school favorite–I Sing the Mighty Power of God by Isaac Watts: first sung in 1715 and sung here by the Mountain Anthems. Background sets by God the Father.
I hope you don’t mind my resorting to one of my favorite hymns again this morning: I Sing the Mighty Power of God, written by Isaac Watts in 1715 and still fresh and glorious today. Sung a capella by The Mountain Anthems.
Isaac Watts wrote this hymn in 1715 and it’s still going strong today–I Sing the Mighty Power of God, sung here by the Mountain Anthems. Background sets by God the Father.
Isaac Watts wrote hymns in the 18th century that are still being widely sung today. This is one of his classics, a big favorite in the church that I grew up in–I Sing the Mighty Power of God. Sung by the congregation at Grace Community Church.
I don’t know how many hymns go with this melody, but this one is my favorite–I Sing the Mighty Power of God, here sung by the Mountain Anthems. And you can always trust SE Samonte to provide gorgeous photos of God’s handiwork.
I love this hymn, I Sing the Mighty Power of God, and this gorgeous rendition of it by the Mountain Anthems. God’s handiwork is everywhere around us–abundantly illustrated in this video.
There are those who will not see…
This is one of my favorites, going way back to Sunday school: I Sing the Mighty Power of God, sung here by the Ball Brothers. Lyrics by Isaac Watts, in 1715. Set design and construction by God the Father, in eternity.
I got so discombobulated this morning, trying to un-disable the comments, that the hymn I intended to be published today got published yesterday… which, as I write this, is today. If I don’t mess it up again, today is Friday and we’re going to the doctor this afternoon–and Christ Our Lord defend us.
Today, not yesterday: I Sing the Mighty Power of God, performed by the Ball Brothers.