This classic 1830 hymn, here performed by the Dallas Christian adult choir, brings back fond memories: Grandma sometimes used to hum this as she sewed. I think my mother did, too. 7 more words
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Joyce, you couldn’t have made a more welcome request today! Jesus Loves Me–yes!
When I was five years old or so, Jesus Christ My Lord was as real to me as my next-door neighbor. 90 more words
1 day, 12 hours ago
I need every hymn I can get today. I think I must’ve used this one already, but for the time being, it’s the one I want– 37 more words
1 day, 16 hours ago
Ah! One of those old hymns from Sunday school.
How soothing it is–and this morning I really need it.
This is one of those days when, for every errand you finish, two more take its place. 103 more words
2 days, 13 hours ago
So blessed to hear this hymn again. She sings it beautifully and note for note as it always has been. You will be blessed if you have not yet heard this. 9 more words
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It is interesting that when we sing the Hymn “I Surrender All” it is often in the context of an altar call. In our minds we come to the altar to make a “sudden” surrender on some issue to God. 181 more words
A reader suggested this last night, so I saved it for this morning: O Sacred Head Now Wounded, by Johann Sebastian Bach.
This was another one we sang in seventh-grade chorus. 51 more words
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