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By Request, ‘Majesty’

I don’t want to do a lot of nooze today, but I do want to post hymns. Here’s one requested by Erlene: Majesty, by Maranatha! Music.

Some of you have been here for years without ever requesting a hymn. You don’t have to, of course. But if you do, we’re ready to serve you.


By Request: ‘Majesty’

Sorry! Almost forgot to post this one, requested by Erlene: Majesty. I hope this is the Majesty you wanted, by Michael W. Smith–with a whole hall full of people joining in. I can see how this might have brought the congregation to its feet.


By Request: ‘Majesty’

Erlene and her fellow worshipers sang this at her church yesterday–Majesty. One of the commenters on the youtube page said he thought this song could use a few cannons.

Remember, everybody–especially if you’re getting tired of my own selection of hymns–you can always request a hymn to be posted on this blog. It’s one of the things we’re in business for, and probably better for you than the news.


By Request, ‘Majesty’

This is another one that may make you want to turn up the volume–Majesty. I never heard it before, so thank you, Erlene, for suggesting it.

We do well to remember that the Baby in the manager is, at the same time, the King of Glory–King of Kings and Lord of Lords: and we His people have a right to revel in His majesty.


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