By Request, ‘Forever Jesus’

Requested by Susan: a new worship song, Forever Jesus, written by Matt Papa and Stuart Townend, performed by them with Keith and Kristyn Getty. With background sets by God the Father.

By Request, ‘How Deep the Father’s Love For Us’

Requested by Joshua, How Deep the Father’s Love for Us, by Stuart Townend. Sung by David Wesley–with a little technology that allows him to be a one-man a capella choir. Very nice use of technology! But anything that glorifies God is to our profit.

‘How Deep the Father’s Love For Us’

This gorgeous hymn by Stuart Townend (1995–but that doesn’t seem that long ago!) is well-served here by King’s Kaleidoscope.

And we’re open for hymn requests today… as we approach Easter.

Stuart Townend Sings Psalm 23

I did know that Stuart Townend, with Keith Getty, co-wrote In Christ Alone–so that’s a major achievement, so many people already love that hymn. But this is the first I’d ever heard him sing: the 23rd Psalm, set to music by Stuart Townend.

You already know the words.

‘The Lord’s My Shepherd’

This is a paraphrase of the 23rd Psalm–The Lord’s My Shepherd, by Stuart Townend. Note the flowing stream. Who has never rested beside a stream like that has missed a very good thing. The works of God’s hands testify to His goodness, His power, and His love.

By Request, ‘How Deep the Father’s Love For Us’

Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should be called the children of God… 1 John 3:1

Requested by Susan: How Deep the Father’s Love for Us, written by Stuart Townend, performed by Worship Mob. “His wounds have paid my ransom”: think about that. Everybody think about that.