‘In Christ Alone’

This is one of our most popular hymns, and I woke up with it on my mind this morning–In Christ Alone. performed by Keith and Kristyn Getty, with Alison Krauss: background sets by God the Father.

‘Be Thou My Vision’ (Keith and Kristyn Getty)

If there’s a more beautiful hymn than Be Thou My Vision, I’d like to know what it is. This hymn was first sung in Ireland some thirteen hundred years ago, and it’s still being sung, still ministering to souls, today.

Sung here by Kristyn and Keith Getty; and I think that must be Ireland in the background, but I could be wrong.

By Request, ‘It Was Finished Upon the Cross’

This gorgeous Easter hymn was requested by Susan–It Was Finished Upon the Cross, by Keith and Kristyn Getty  as part of Sing 2021.

It’s Easter Day and we are open for hymn requests–I’m not even going to look at any nooze today, let alone write it.

The only news that counts is this: He is risen.

By Request, ‘Be Thou My Vision’

(I have an early-morning appointment with the eye doctor, so all I can do for now is post a hymn and then rush out of here.)

Requested by Joshua, performed by Keith and Kristyn Getty, an ancient Irish hymn, Be Thou My Vision. First sung 13 hundred years ago, and still beloved today.

By Request, ‘An Irish Christmas Blessing’

Requested by Thewhiterabbit, and duly entered in our carol contest: An Irish Christmas Blessing, by Keith and Kristyn Getty. So that’s three entries so far today, with room for more. But first I have some business to attend to.

By Request, ‘His Mercy Is More’

Susan requested this worship song by Keith and Kristyn Getty–His Mercy Is More, sung by Matt Boswell and Matt Papa.

The hymn shop is open for requests–all day.

By Request, ‘In Christ Alone’

Wow! Suddenly I’m rich in hymn requests! I think the best I can do, for now, is to post two of them and save the rest for tomorrow.

First, requested by Tessa–and very probably our most often-requested hymn–In Christ Alone, by Keith and Kristyn Getty.

I will always try to fulfill all hymn requests, and please don’t be discouraged if I’m late.

By Request, ‘O Church Arise’

We have a hymn request from SlimJim to start the day–O Church Arise, by Keith and Kryistyn Getty.

We try to start every blogging day with a hymn, and always welcome hymn requests.

By Request, ‘I Lift My Eyes’

Requested by Susan, this is Psalm 121–“I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help,” in the old King James Version–set to music by Keith and Kristyn Getty, sung by Kristyn. Background sets by God the Father.

By Request, ‘How Suddenly a Baby Cries’

We have this hymn entered into our Second Annual Christmas Carol Contest by Thewhiterabbit–How Suddenly a Baby Cries, by Keith and Kristyn Getty. The melody is a traditional Irish tune; the lyrics by Kristyn.

If you haven’t yet entered a carol into the contest–well, come on!