Susan wanted to share this with us from her Facebook page–Joni Eareckson Tada leading 5,000 people in singing Man of Sorrows. I didn’t think I’d be able to get this to appear as video–but as you can see, here it is!
I try to fulfill every hymn request my readers send to me, so don’t be shy. If you have a favorite hymn you’d like to share, just let us know.
Here’s a hymn request from Joshua–He Is Exalted, by GLAD. Wow, that photo of the waves breaking against the distant harbor: God’s handiwork is truly awesome.
Requested by Erlene, Sometimes It Takes a Mountain, by the Gaither Vocal Band. Make a joyful noise unto the Lord!
See how easy it is to request a hymn, folks? And we do it every day.
Wow, do I love this song! I don’t know what time it is with you in Japan, Joshua, but I posted this as soon as I could–Awesome God, sung by GLAD, with awesome photos of God’s handiwork. What hath God wrought!
Honest, I didn’t know they were going to slip a Christmas song into the middle of this. I just wanted to hear a hymn I’d never heard before. And on a hot Fourth of July weekend, the snow appealed to me.
Glorious Light, performed by the kids at Fountainview Academy–I hope you enjoy it.
Before I go out, into what is shaping up to be a very hot day, to have my cigar and write a piece of my book, let me offer you this: requested by Erlene, Hidden by the Cross, performed by Carroll Roberson.
See how easy it is to get a hymn posted here? All you’ve got to do is ask.
We’re praying for you to feel better, Erlene; meanwhile, here’s the hymn you requested–A Moment in Time, by Carroll Roberson.
For those of you who are new to this blog, we post hymn requests and prayer requests. All you gotta do is ask.
Requested by Erlene, El Shaddai–and I chose this version by Amy Grant because those images of Christ as the Lion of the Tribe of Judah never fail to move me. We need that lion in our lives. We need that lion in our world. We need Him on the throne ruling heaven and earth–come, Lord Jesus, come!
Antidote for disgusting nooze, suggested by Erlene: Prepare Me to Be a Sanctuary, by Randy Rothwell.
There’s nothing more soothing than the sight of a quiet cove, with the setting sun glinting golden off the water: God’s handiwork, the lullaby He sings to us.
How about that? If I request hymn requests, I get hymn requests. Live and learn.
This one from Erlene–I Know Who Holds Tomorrow, sung by Carroll Roberson. Thank you, Erlene, for sharing.