I almost cut this off and went looking for another version of this hymn as soon as I heard the first few syllables of the music; but I stuck with it, and I’m glad I did. The photos of God’s handiwork are gorgeous–and there are times you want a hymn to be bold and assertive.
From Your Favorite Hymns, All Creatures of Our God and King, performed by Maranatha Music.
You wouldn’t believe how bad our weather is today, here in central Jersey. But this hymn request from Joshua has brightened it up: My Savior’s Love, by Maranatha Music.
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.
Erlene asked for this one–In His Time, by Maranatha! Music. I couldn’t resist the butterflies–among the most beautiful and captivating of all God’s creatures.
I reckoned I’d better process Joshua’s hymn request now, so he can enjoy it–I can’t even guess what time it is for him, in Japan.
All Creatures of Our God and King, performed by Maranatha! Music–and what can we say but Amen?
I’ve tagged this hymn “Sanity Medicine” because I think we’re going to need it in that capacity today.
I couldn’t find exactly the performance of this hymn Erlene asked for, so I hope this substitution will suffice: My Savior’s Love, Celtic-style, by Maranatha Music.
Really, I can’t help it: I always surrender to beautiful pictures of God’s handiwork, it always moves me close to tears.