This is on a lot of readers’ lists of favorite hymns–In Christ Alone, by Keith and Kristyn Getty. Your Favorite Hymns continues: please feel free to add to the list.
We haven’t received any hymn requests lately, so I fall back on some of our favorites, like this one–In Christ Alone, by Keith and Kristyn Getty.
It’s easy to make a hymn request. Just like a comment anywhere.
This is another worship song by Keith and Kristyn Getty, requested by Susan–May the Peoples Praise You.
I’ve been recycling a lot of my favorite hymns lately, so readers’ hymn requests are much appreciated: they bring in hymns I haven’t heard before. So if you have a hymn request, the ol’ hymn shop’s always open.
I was hoping for some hymn requests, and we have this one from Susan: O Church Arise, by Keith and Kristyn Getty with an assist from Chris Tomlin. Inspired by Isaiah Chapter 60, “Arise, shine, for thy light has come.”
(I wonder how many people have actually been driven mad by having to work with computers. The other computer has now gone haywire, so I’m back to this one. Lord, give me strength.)
Requested by Susan, I Will Wait for You, an adaptation of Psalm 130 (“Out of the depths I cry to you, O Lord”) by Keith and Kristyn Getty
Looking for new hymns to post this morning, I found this–Christ Our Hope in Life and Death, by Keith and Kristyn Getty, with Matt Papa. Background sets by God the Father.
Susan has been coming up with some wonderful new hymns for us lately, like this one: His Mercy Is More, by Keith and Kristyn Getty, performed here by Matt Papa and Matt Boswell. “Our sins they are many, His mercy is more.” They got that right!
Requested by Susan: a new worship song, Forever Jesus, written by Matt Papa and Stuart Townend, performed by them with Keith and Kristyn Getty. With background sets by God the Father.
This hymn was knocking at my door all day. Here’s a new video by Keith and Kristyn Getty, with an assist from Alison Krauss. I keep thinking the waters are the Sea of Galilee. Well, they might be, at that.