‘Just As I Am’

This hymn was part of my childhood. My mother and my aunts used to sing it as they did their housework. Here it is again, sung by the Choir Masters Assn. in Chennai, India–Just As I Am (Without One Plea).

[P.S.–Please pray for us. We are looking for a doctor for Patty, and have to walk on eggs until we find one.]

Bonus Hymn: ‘Just As I Am’ (Joshua & Jeremy)

We have a new video here from the Swanson Bros.–Just As I Am. The melody they’ve chosen is not the one most of us are used to, but a lot of hymns are sung to more than one melody–and a lot of melodies serve more than one set of lyrics.

(And if you stick around for a moment, they’ll roll right into Swing Low, Sweet Chariot.

By Request, ‘Just As I Am’

I can never hear this hymn without thinking of my Aunt Millie, whom the pastor of her church used to call “our little ewe lamb.” I do miss her!

Requested by Thewhiterabbit, Just As I Am, sung by the Antrim Mennonite Choir.

‘Just As I Am’ (Choir Masters)

I found this on the Voice of Eden channel: Just As I Am, sung in glorious harmony by a quintet from the Choir Masters Assn.

I can never hear this hymn without thinking of my Aunt Millie, whose pastor used to call her the church’s “ewe lamb.”

‘Just As I Am’

This is another hymn my mother and my aunts used to sing as they went about their housework. Here we have it by our dear friends and esteemed colleagues, Joshua and Jeremy–Just As I Am (Without One Plea). 

‘Just As I Am’

Today’s selection from the list of Your Favorite Hymns–Just as I Am, by the Voices of Eden Gospel Choir at University of North Carolina.

We’re not going to run out of hymns, so please feel free to request as many as you like.