‘Behold the Mountain of the Lord’

No hymn requests have come in yet today, so here’s one of my favorites, an ancient Scottish hymn–Behold the Mountain of the Lord, sung by Godfrey Birtill.

The hymn shop’s open, boys ‘n ‘ girls. Come in and share your favorite hymns.

‘Behold The Mountain of the Lord’

No hymn requests, no comments this morning: I’m on my own.

Here’s one of my favorite hymns, an old Scottish hymn–Behold the Mountain of the Lord, sung by Godfrey Birtill.

Well, the hymn shop is open… Come on in.

By Request, ‘Be Thou My Vision’… in Gaelic

This ancient Irish hymn has been loved the world over for 15 hundred years. Requested by Ina, here is Be Thou My Vision in Scottish Gaelic. I’m sure I could also find it in the original Irish, but I do try to give readers what they ask for.

‘Behold the Mountain of the Lord’

We don’t have any requests yet, and this was the first hymn to pop into my head today–one of my favorites, haven’t posted it in a while, and I’m glad it’s still available: Behold the Mountain of the Lord, an ancient Scottish hymn, sung here by Godfrey Birtil.

‘Behold, the Mountain of the Lord’

It’s been a while since I posted this glorious old Scottish hymn, Behold, the Mountain of the Lord (in Latter Days Shall Rise), sung here by Godfrey Birtill; but I felt a need for it this morning. Isaiah said they shall not hurt nor destroy in all God’s holy mountain. We long to see it rise.

‘Behold, the Mountain of the Lord’

This is one of my favorite hymns; and the way things are going down here in the fallen world, we need it more than ever–Behold, the Mountain of the Lord, an ancient Scottish hymn sung by Godfrey Birtill.

Pray for Christ’s Kingdom.

Work for Christ’s Kingdom.

Live for Christ’s Kingdom.

What they offer us instead is only so much trash.

Bonus Hymn, ‘Behold the Mountain of the Lord’

I need this hymn, just now–this ancient Scottish hymn, Behold the Mountain of the Lord. Immersed in nooze for several hours, I found myself yearning to hear it again.

This one thing I think I’ve learned: the Mountain of the Lord is rising even as we speak. We’re just too small, our lives are just too short, to see it.

And that’s where faith comes in. Because only faith can see it.

Hymn, ‘The Lord’s My Shepherd’

Looking around for something new, I found something old–The Lord’s My Shepherd, a traditional Scottish hymn first published in 1650: the 23rd Psalm set to music.

May it fortify our spirit.