‘Praise Ye the Lord the Almighty’

First hymn that came to mind today–Praise Ye the Lord the Almighty, sung by the choir at the Laodicean Church of God. How many times did we sing this in my old church, before it went all weird and wobbly on us?

Bonus Hymn, ‘Onward, Christian Soldiers’

This is the kind of hymn that I grew up with–choir and piano, Onward, Christian Soldiers, at the Laodicean Church of God. It ministers to me just now.

I’m getting nowhere pretty fast today, I haven’t got a trace of an idea for a Newswithviews piece, and I’ve got another book to review for Chalcedon and I might as well get back to work on it… So I’ll see you later.

‘Come Thou Almighty King’

Felice de Giardini wrote this hymn in 1648 (I remember that from the hymnal!) and churches have been singing it and loving it ever since: Come Thou Almighty King. Sung here by the Laodicean Church of God.