Tag Archives: The Lutheran Warbler

Bonus Hymn, ‘The King of Love My Shepherd Is’

I love the way The Lutheran Warbler is singing her way through the Lutheran Service Book: stand and salute.

This is hymn LSB #709, The King of Love My Shepherd Is.

‘Jesus Christ Is Risen Today’

We love this hymn, right? We think of it as an Easter hymn, but when is a bad day for proclaiming that Jesus Christ has risen from the dead? Shout it from the housetops!

And we cheer “The Lutheran Warbler” as she sings her way through all the hymns in the Lutheran Service Book.

‘How Great Thou Art’

This hymn brought me close to tears this morning–How Great Thou Art, sung by The Lutheran Warbler. My Grandma used to sing this as she went about her daily household chores. So did my mother. Hearing it brought them back to me.

Bonus Hymn, ‘Lift High the Cross’

It’s raining again today (oh, fap), and I thought an old-fashioned hymn might be in order. This is “the Lutheran Warbler,” with Lift High The Cross–something that needs doing. A lot.

Bonus Hymn: ‘Beautiful Savior’

I can use an extra hymn, right now; and I want to do better by WhiteRabbit’s hymn request. So here’s The Lutheran Warbler with Beautiful Savior. I was brought up to sing this hymn as Fairest Lord Jesus, but my wife assures me it’s Beautiful Savior in the Lutheran hymnal. Either way, it’s lovely.

‘Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing’

I think this hymn will stay with you for a while today: Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing, sung by The Lutheran Warbler. I’d tell you more about her if I could, but all I know is that she posts her hymns on youtube and a lot of people like them. And she has an album or two of hymns for sale on amazon.com… without revealing her identity. Maybe she’s a secret agent, like Phebe for the church at Cenchrea–who delivered Paul’s epistle to the Romans to Rome.

‘All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name’

Let “the Lutheran Warbler” keep you company this morning as I vegetate in the doctor’s waiting room. All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name is one of my favorite hymns–and she sings all the verses.

Well, I made a hash of that. Tomorrow’s hymn will now appear today, and I’ll have to switch today’s hymn to tomorrow.

‘Crown Him with Many Crowns’

I don’t know her name, but “the Lutheran Warbler” keeps smiling at me from the youtube page, and I think she means to sing her way through the entire Lutheran hymnal–a project well worth doing, well worthy of applause. So here she is with Crown Him with Many Crowns.

‘Abide With Me’

Henry Lyte wrote Abide With Me as he lay dying with tuberculosis, in 1847. He lived only three weeks longer. But what a way to take your last bow.

Sung here by “the Lutheran Warbler.” I found her version very moving.

By Request, ‘The Church’s One Foundation’

“Thewhiterabbit” asked for this hymn, a good old classic, The Church’s One Foundation. And I thought you might enjoy hearing the Lutheran Warbler again. The simplicity of her renditions, oh, that brings me back!

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