Requested by SlimJim–Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior. Let’s go with Fernando Ortega.
Note to All: I do try to fulfill every hymn request, but occasionally one slips through the cracks and it looks like I rejected it. Computers don’t always deliver our messages properly. So if your hymn’s not here, please try again.
We are reminded that of one blood God made all the nations of the earth: Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior, by Sounds Like Reign.
Requested by Joshua–Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior, sung by Fernando Ortega.
What can we say, but “Amen”? We’re needing you today, O Lord.
Requested by Erlene, a Fanny Crosby hymn: Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior, sung by the Joslin Grove Choral Society.
If we posted every single day a hymn written by Fanny Crosby, a different hymn each day… it would still take some 20 years to post them all!
A Fanny Crosby hymn from 1868, performed in God’s great outdoors by the young people of Fountainview Academy: I do wish I could thank the soloist by name. May this hymn bless your day and mine.
Someone was looking for this hymn on my site yesterday, and didn’t find it. But if they look again, they will.
Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior–Fanny Crosby was blind almost from birth, but she saw many wonderful things that the Holy Spirit showed her.
No, I’m not missing from action today. But one of my hours sure is! Could we please not bother with Daylight Savings Time anymore?
But onto something more edifying–this gospel song, for instance: Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior, with echoes of Psalm 73.
Again I invite all of you to join in–request a hymn, and I’ll post it here. Don’t be shy. This is an evil age in a fallen world, and we need to sing louder. God will hear us.