By Request, ‘He Is Here’

My list of Your Favorite Hymns is just about exhausted, so please, everybody, feel free to load it up again.

For now, we have He Is Here, by the Gaither Vocal Band.

By Request, ‘I Surrender All’

And a hymn request from Erlene has come in–I Surrender All, performed by Lifeway Worship. I’d never heard this one before. Well, we’re not going to run out of hymns, are we?

By Request, ‘Way Maker’

Our first hymn request of the day comes from SlimJim–Way Maker, a worship song by Michael W. Smith.

I don’t know if I’ll get around to doing any nooze today.

‘Precious Memories’

Your Favorite Hymns continues with Precious Memories, sung by Alan Jackson. God created the family, and this hymn celebrates that. The time to appreciate it is while most of your family’s still here.

By Request, ‘The End of Myself’

Okay, and here’s another hymn request, this one by Joshua–The End of Myself, by Daniel Craig. With snow! I’d give a lot, right now, to be walking across a snowy field. And I would thank the Lord whose mind and hands shaped it.

By Request, ‘He is Holy’

The nooze is its usual horrible self today, this blog’s viewer numbers continue to sink–well, I’ve got extra hymn requests today, and I’m gonna do ’em!

First up, He is Holy, sung with gusto by Joy Gardner, requested by SlimJim. I think it might be his first hymn request. Welcome aboard!

‘His Mercy Is More’

“Our sins are many, but His Mercy is more” is the message of this hymn, sung by Praise & Harmony, requested by Susan. How you get such a numerous group of people to sing in such harmony–well, I don’t know how they do it.

By Request: ‘Sometimes Alleluia’

Special request from Erlene yesterday: Sometimes Alleluiah, by Chuck Girard.

I got a little carried away, going down the list of Your Favorite Hymns, so I want to go back to posting hymns as the requests come in–in addition to keeping the list open so readers can add to it at will.

‘Before the Throne of God Above’

Now that I have a list of Your Favorite Hymns–and please, everybody, feel free to add to it–I’m getting to hear a lot of songs I’ve never heard before. Like this one: Before the Throne of God Above, by Selah.

‘Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence’

Your Favorite Hymns continues with this one by Fernando Ortega, Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence. 

I’ve got a list of hymn requests now; please feel free to add to it.