No hymn requests this morning, have to go grocery-shopping in the morning, Robbie to the vet’s this afternoon…
So I picked out this one for you: Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise, sung by the Smucker Family. Background sets by God the Father, work of his hands.
I felt called to hear this hymn, this morning: Amazing Grace, sung by Alan Jackson. It made me cry a little, but that’s okay. The Lord understands. Yes, He knows.
This is another one of my Sunday school favorites: Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, requested by Elder Mike, sung by the Altar of Praise Men’s Chorale.
We’re open for hymn requests all day; if there’s a hymn you’d like to share, don’t be shy.
No hymn requests today, so I had to try to think of one–but as soon as I got into YouTube, I found this. Performed by our friends and colleagues, Joshua and Jeremy: Beneath the Cross of Jesus.
I don’t have a hymn request this morning, so I’m on my own, take the first hymn that pops into my head–To God Be the Glory, video provided by the Northern Baptist Assn. I don’t know who’s singing… but the landscape is beautiful.
“Someone”–Wordpress is at it again–requested this worship song, Bind Us Together, Lord. This is the first time I’ve heard it. It was published in 1974.
The hymn shop’s open all day, folks–don’t be bashful about requesting a hymn. You know we need them.
Well, we have another hymn request, and I’m already noozed out… so we’ll have the hymn instead.
Requested by Elder Mike, written by Bishop G.T. Haywood: I See a Crimson Stream of Blood, sung by the Randell Family. Tracking down this one wasn’t easy, but here it is.
We have a hymn request by Thewhiterabbit–Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty, sung by the Altar of Praise Men’s Chorale. I couldn’t resist the visuals of this video: background sets by God the Father, Maker of Heaven and Earth.
That last “education” nooze I posted… well, it disgusted me. Let’s have a hymn instead.
Erlene requested this one, In the Sweet By and By, and I chose this rather nice rendition by Johnny Cash.
Now I think I can work on my book.
Rain, rain, and more rain, I’m running late, not much action here at all… So here’s the first hymn that came into my head today: Rejoice, Ye Pure In Heart. It’s an old Sunday school favorite; and the photo reminds me of the outdoor chapel at Y Camp.