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‘Our God, He is Alive’

(I don’t like the cough my wife, Patty, has this morning. We would appreciate your prayers for her.)

Beautiful harmony: Our God, He is Alive, sung by the Kingdom Quartet. Scenery by the hand of God the Father.


‘Wonderful Grace of Jesus’

If you’ve ever wondered how to sing a four-part harmony with yourself, here’s how: Wonderful Grace of Jesus, sung by Acapeldridge.

Remember, we’re always open for hymn requests. Some of you have been here for years without making one. That’s okay–just letting you know it’s available.


‘I’ll Have a New Life’

(Well, at least I got a hymn posted today!)

Yes, I’m running late. I’ll explain it by and by. But first a hymn–I’ll Have a New Life, sung by the Altar of Praise Chorale, with gorgeous background sets by God the Father.


‘How Firm a Foundation’

This hymn was on my mind last night, which makes it easy to select one for the following morning. How Firm a Foundation, performed by Bob Kaufin and Sovereign Grace Music–odd, but in my church, way back when, we used to sing this to the tune of O Come All Ye Faithful. But it’s a great hymn either way.


By Request, ‘Holy, Holy, Holy’

With modern technology it’s possible for one person to sing as a choir–as Sam Robson has done here. Requested by Joshua, Holy, Holy, Holy: a favorite in churches since 1861.


By Request, ‘Living Sacrifice’

There’s a lot of horrendous nooze to report today; but before I get around to any of it, here’s a hymn request from Erlene–Living Sacrifice, by Chris Christian. Sculpture by the hand of God, using His tools: wind and rain, heat and cold.


‘All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name’

It’s another grey, cold, and dreary morning here; we need a lively hymn. This ought to do the trick: All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name, performed by the Maranatha! Singers.


By Request, ‘Ten Thousand Reasons’

I’m a little late carrying out this hymn request from Lydia, because I jotted it down on the wrong piece of paper. But here it is now–10,000 Reasons, by Matt Redman.


In Gratitude: ‘Bread of Heaven’

I thank God the Father for hearing your prayers for me yesterday: today, so far, so good. No bleeding.

This traditional Welsh hymn, Bread of Heaven (also known as Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah), pretty well expresses how I feel this morning. Sung by the Morriston Orpheus Choir–“praises I will give to thee!”


By Request, ‘Sometimes Alleluia’

Let’s start the day with a hymn request from Erlene–Sometimes Alleluia, by Chuck Girard.

If you have a favorite hymn or worship song you’d like to share, just leave a comment anywhere and we’ll do the rest.


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