‘Love Lifted Me’

It’s very foggy here this morning, my allergies are still on the warpath–so here’s a hymn: Love Lifted Me, a good old hymn from 1912, sung by Nathan and Lyle with family and friends… in someone’s living room.

‘Love Lifted Me’

Your Favorite Hymns continues with Love Lifted Me, sung by Alan Jackson; and we’ve just about gotten through another load of hymn requests, so it’s time to fill the cart again. If you’ve got a favorite hymn or two, or even half a dozen of them, that you’d like to share with other readers, just let us know.

Family Sing-Along Hymn: ‘Love Lifted Me’

I have to go to the nursing home this morning–no emergency, just the regular care plan meeting–but let me leave you with this family sing-along version of the 1912 hymn, Love Lifted Me.

If you like this, there’s a lot more on their website, http://www.music-folk-play-hymns.com .

P.S.–It helps if a lot of people in your family can play musical instruments. But I don’t think God will mind if you just sing.

‘Love Lifted Me’

I have to go to the eye doctor, and might be stuck there for the whole morning, so here’s a hymn to tide you over–Love Lifted Me, from 1912 by James Rowe, courtesy of The Hymn Club. The hymn is timeless, and yet it does preserve something of a pre-World War I, pre-Titanic flavor.

If only we would listen.

‘Love Lifted Me’

Love Lifted Me, first published in 1912–I never heard this hymn before today.

Here we have it in a family sing-along, Nathan and Lyle at al, from Denton County, Texas. I do love what they bring to these hymns. Or should I say, what the Holy Spirit brings to these performers?

Hymn, ‘Love Lifted Me’

This is another hymn I never heard before, Love Lifted Me. Nate has his autoharp, Lyle has a ukelele instead of his guitar, and some of their friends showed up with other instruments–to make a joyful noise unto the Lord.

Now, listen–the hymn shop is open to all, so don’t be shy. If you’d like me to post one of your favorite hymns, just let me know! “Leave a Comment” below. Only a few of my regular readers have taken advantage of this, so far. Let’s hear from more of you.

This is an evil age in a fallen world. Sing louder!