Well, it’s going to start raining any minute now, and there’s hardly anybody here this morning… And to start today with a hymn, we have an old Sunday school favorite, Trust and Obey. I wish I could tell you who’s singing it so beautifully, but I couldn’t find that information.
I use a lot of these hymn videos by S.E. Samonte, who specializes in a capella hymns and gorgeous background scenery. I highly recommend his YouTube channel.
This hymn, Trust and Obey, is an old Sunday school favorite from way back. I wish I knew who this was, singing it.
Another Sunday school classic, here sung by the Vagle Brothers–Trust and Obey, with background sets by God the Father.
All it takes here is two students from Fountainview Academy, a flute and a piano, and a woodland lane–and an old Sunday school favorite, Trust and Obey. Background sets by God the Father.
We must have sung this a hundred times in Sunday school. I’d like to know who’s singing it here, because their work deserves praise, but somehow that slipped past me. Background sets by God the Father. Trust and Obey.
I do wish Youtube had mentioned who is singing this hymn; whoever it was, it’s beautiful. Really, you can’t beat this 19th century classic as a Sunday school favorite: Trust and Obey. Background sets by God the Father.
This is a Sunday school favorite, Trust and Obey: the sound of that piano takes me back. Sung by the Joslin Grove Choral Society.
Here’s an old Sunday school favorite–Trust and Obey.
Many of the hymns I choose for posting here come from the SE Samonte channel on YouTube; and the video is always superb. This one’s no exception. Visit the channel and see what I mean.
One of my favorite hymns from Sunday school, Trust and Obey–this is for Evelyn, lyrics and all. I don’t know how many Vagle Brothers there are, but they do make a nice sound together–and oh! the background scenery. God’s handiwork is always present, always a gift.
This is one of my favorite hymns, and thank you, Lisa Beth, for requesting it: Trust and Obey.
Our King is the rightful King of kings and Lord of lords. The others are nothing at all.