I heard this melody played at a Civil War battlefield and never forgot it, although it was years before I found out its name. Jesus Saves–as sung at the United Reformed Church’s 2012 Synod at Nyack, New York. And that’s the beautiful Hudson River in the picture.
This is the antidote to all the poison that’s being pumped into our culture today: Jesus Saves. And we mean that literally. That’s what He does. He saves us. Seek Him in prayer, grab the hem of His robe and hang on.
Sung by the students of Fountainview Academy, on their visit to Prague.
I first heard this hymn as background music in a Civil War documentary, fell in love with it, and had to wait 20 years or so before I found out the title–Jesus Saves. Here it is, as it was sung at the United Reformed Churches’ 2012 Synod at Nyack College, New York; and that’s the gorgeous Hudson River in the background.
Jesus Christ will save us.
This was the hymn I just had to have today. I got to singing it while I was doing the dishes last night, and I didn’t want to stop. Jesus Saves, sung by the students of Fountainview Academy on their visit to Prague.
I’m feeling all worn out today, like somebody erased half of me when I wasn’t looking; and I felt a need for this particular hymn, right now–Jesus Saves. Sung at the 2012 Synold of the United Reformed Church of North America, held at Nyack College, NY. That’s the Hudson River up there; you get a very nice view from Nyack.
I loved this hymn years before I could find out what it was called: Jesus Saves (also called We Have Heard the Joyful Sound). Sung here at the United Reformed Church Synod 2012 at Nyack College, New York. Those are the tree-clad banks of the Hudson River–God’s stuff, the beautiful work of His hands.
It was years before I found out what this hymn was called. I had heard it once and never forgotten it. Jesus Saves–sung by delegates at the United Reformed Church 2012 Synod, held at Nyack in the Hudson River valley. Beautiful country.
I know I repeat myself a lot when I choose hymns to post, but I can’t help it–Jesus Saves is one of my favorites. Sung here by the attendees at Synod 2012 of the United Reformed Church in North America, held at Nyack, NY. I think that’s the Hudson River in the picture.
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How I love this hymn–Jesus Saves, 19th-century classic. Sung by the choir and congregation at the First Baptist Church in (can’t read my own handwriting), Tennessee. Turn up the volume.
I first heard this hymn played as background music to a Civil War re-enactment, and I remembered it. The second time was at my father’s burial service, on the bells of a nearby church. It was one of my favorites before I ever knew its name–Jesus Saves.
Here performed by the kids from Fountainview Academy during their tour of Rome.