This hymn was being sung by Christians when Charlemagne was a baby in a stroller and the whole Western Hemisphere a legend–Be Thou My Vision, an Irish hymn from the 8th century. Requested by “thewhiterabbit” and entered into the hymn contest.
Sung by the Lebanon County Youth Choir. Background sets by God the Father.
This is one of my favorite hymns. It’s also one of the oldest hymns we have, dating back to the 700s. An Irish hymn, Be Thou My Vision, sung by the Lebanon County Youth Chorus, with background sets by God the Father.
This Irish hymn is one of the oldest hymns in anybody’s hymnal; it was old when King Alfred burned the cakes. But today it’s more popular than it ever was–Be Thou My Vision, sung by Audrey Assad. Background sets by God the Father.
We thank our friend “Whiterabbit” for passing this on to us. The Irish Blessing is compiled by singers and musicians representing 300 churches from every county in Ireland. The ancient Irish hymn, Be Thou My Vision, first appeared in the 8th century and is still very much loved today.
This is Joshua and Jeremy’s Mother’s Day present to their mother: the ancient hymn, Be Thou My Vision, still much-loved today, some 1,300 years after it was first sung; and here we have it sung in Japan–a country those old Irish monks never knew existed. They world has changed an awful lot, but this hymn remains the same.
When this hymn was first sung, none of the musical instruments in this video had been invented. Be Thou My Vision is an Irish hymn from the 700s, still loved around the world today. This hypermodern rendition is by King’s Kaleidoscope.
This ancient Irish hymn, thirteen hundred years old if it’s a day, is still loved worldwide. This rendition is by four kids from Fountainview Academy.
If you’re new here, and would like to have me post one of your favorite hymns–just ask.
I couldn’t find exactly the performance of this hymn Erlene asked for, so I hope this substitution will suffice: My Savior’s Love, Celtic-style, by Maranatha Music.
Really, I can’t help it: I always surrender to beautiful pictures of God’s handiwork, it always moves me close to tears.
I liked this rendition of the hymn so much, I played it twice–Be Thou My Vision, sung by Nathan Pacheco. When this hymn was first sung, Charlemagne was a little boy. An ancient Irish hymn, from the eighth century. Still very much loved today.
There have been a lot of proud and mighty enterprises that were supposed to last a thousand years, but didn’t. This ancient Irish hymn, Be Thou My Vision, has them all beat by a long shot: first sung in the 8th century, still loved today.
Requested by Joshua, sung by Maranatha, and in time for St. Patrick’s Day.