Just about worn out today, but one more post: a hymn request from Susan, When We All Get to Heaven, performed by Alan Jackson.
I’ve held over Joshua’s hymn request for tomorrow morning. I guarantee it’s worth waiting for. But for the time being, there’s nothing lacking in the beautiful hymns our fellow readers have requested today.
Requested by Joshua, Sing the Wondrous Love of Jesus, sung by the FBC Paden Choir. This hymn, written by Eliza Hewitt in 1898, is also known as When We All Get to Heaven. We love those classic 19th-century hymns!
A family hymn-sing with Nathan and Lyle–When We All Get to Heaven, one of those good old-fashioned hymns, one I’d never heard before.
If you’re new here, let me tell you that we take hymn requests, as many as we can get. If there’s a hymn you’d like to share, just let us know and we’ll do the rest. Leave a comment anywhere on the blog.
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.
I need my spirits lifted up today, and this fine old hymn from 1898 ought to do it–When We All Get to Heaven, sung by the congregation at the Temple Baptist Church in Powell, Tennessee.
These people can really sing–turn up the volume!
Let’s sign off on a positive note, shall we? Thanks, Erlene, for suggesting this hymn, When We All Get to Heaven.
Sing louder, everybody: sing louder.