Tag Archives: Temple Baptist Church

By Request, ‘Who Is On the Lord’s Side?’

“Who is on the Lord’s side? let him come unto me.”   –Moses (Exodus 32:26)

Still asking it today!

Requested by Susan, Who Is On the Lord’s Side?–sung by the choir and congregation at Temple Baptist Church, Powell, Tennessee.


‘When We All Get to Heaven’

Things have been mighty quiet around here lately; no wonder the kittens and puppies fall asleep.

So let’s shake it off and make a joyful noise unto the Lord–When We All Get to Heaven, sung by the choir and the congregation at Temple Baptist Church in Powell, Tennessee. I find their music minister grows on me. If he gets any more excited, he’ll fall over.


‘Blessed Assurance’

In the absence of any reader requests so far today, I offer a Fanny Crosby classic–Blessed Assurance, sung by choir and congregation at Temple Baptist Church in Powell, Tennessee. If everybody sang like this music minister, they’d blow the roof off the building.

And if I posted a different Fanny Crosby hymn every day, and never missed a day… it would take about 20 years to post them all.


‘Our Great Savior’ (It’s ‘Hyfrydol’)

Looking for a hymn to post, I came upon Our Great Savior. Ah, a new one–haven’t heard it before. Only it turns out that I have. Often! I’m beginning to think each and every denomination has its own set of lyrics for the Welsh melody, Hyfrydol. And each and every one of them makes a joyful noise unto the Lord.

Sung by the choir and congregation at Temple Baptist Church in Powell, Tennessee.


‘All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name’

This old hymn–All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name–has always been one of my favorites, and I love the way they sing it at Temple Baptist Church in Powell, Tennessee. You might want to turn up the volume for this one!


Curtain Call, ‘All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name’

I’ve been calling upon my Lord Jesus’ Christ by name a lot, lately. I do that, Lord, because I believe in you and I believe your word.

All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name–and the congregation at Temple Baptist Church in Tennessee are not a bit bashful about singing it.


Bonus Hymn, ‘All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name’

The power of Jesus’ name is something we need in our lives: to be without it is too horrible to contemplate. We need it here today, at my house; and for Jesus’ sake, everybody, please keep our fellow-servant Linda in your prayers: may the Lord deliver her out of danger. In truth we all ought to be praying for one another.

This video is by the choir and congregation of the Temple Baptist Church in Tennessee: they bring it when they sing it! All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name… Amen!


Everybody Sing! ‘He Hideth My Soul’

There’s something mightily encouraging about a whole church hall-full of people lustily singing a classic Fanny Crosby hymn: it must make the wicked squirm! Choir and congregation at the Temple Baptist Church in Powell, Tennessee, belting out He Hideth My Soul–turn it up so that they can hear it Down Below.


By Request, ‘Jesus Saves’

I always love it when a reader requests one of my favorite hymns: gives me a warrant to post it again! Tammy has just joined us from Trinidad, and has requested this: Jesus Saves. I chose this lively rendition by the congregation at Temple Baptist Church in Powell, Tennessee. If the music minister gets any more into it, he’ll fall off the podium. But that won’t stop him singing.


‘Like a River Glorious’ (Crown College Choir)

There are still young people in our colleges who can be an inspiration to us–and oh, what human voices can do, when they have the training for it!

This is the Crown College Choir performing Like a River Glorious at Temple Baptist Church, Knoxville, Tennessee.


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