No hymn requests this morning, so I’m on my own. First hymn I think of today… We Have Heard the Joyful Sound (Jesus Saves), as sung at Synod 2012 of the United Reformed Church. That’s the Hudson River in the background.
[And it didn’t snow last night.]
I’m worn out from trying to straighten out the mess with readers’ comments–but I think we’re almost there. Could I take a day off from it?
Meanwhile, here’s one of my favorite hymns–Jesus Saves (We Have Heard the Joyful Sound), as sung at Synod 2012 of the United Reformed Church at Nyack College, New York. That’s the Hudson River in the picture: God’s handiwork.
The day’s winding down, I’m sad, and I feel a need for this hymn. May it minister to you, too.
Jesus Saves, sung at Synod 2012 of the United Reformed Church in North America–and that’s the Hudson River in the background. God’s handiwork. Been there, loved it. Viewed from Nyack, New York.
I asked, in my troubled state of mind, “Where’s the way out of this? How in the world do we get out of this?”
Well, thank you, Phoebe, you found just the hymn I wanted–Jesus Saves. The Lord is our defense. He will save us. He will never fail us.
That’s the mighty Hudson River in the background–a glorious work of the Father’s hand.
I love this hymn, I can’t resist it. And I never heard this lively approach to it before, so why not post it?
Jesus Saves–performed by the Sanctuary Choir at the First Methodist Church, Houston.
No hymn requests are in this morning, so I resort to one of my favorites–Jesus Saves, sung at the 2012 Synod of the United Reformed Church in North America, held at Nyack College. And that’s the majestic Hudson River in the background.
I love this hymn, and when I hear it in the morning, it stays with me all day–Jesus Saves, sung at the 2012 Synod of the United Reformed Church in North America, at Nyack College. That’s the Hudson River in the background.
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.