Fanny Crosby wrote this hymn in 1875, and it remains well-loved to this day: To God Be the Glory. I like to post assorted renditions of it. 33 more words
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Another Fanny Crosby hymn–she wrote thousands of them–sung by the Mennonite Hour Singers: All the Way My Savior Leads Me. I wonder how many of her hymns have been sung in how many churches just this morning. 28 more words
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This is the hymn that came to me this morning: Blessed Assurance, another jewel out of Fanny Crosby’s treasury. Is there anybody here who doesn’t need the blessed assurance God provides?
2 days, 3 hours ago
Requested by Laura: The Sands of Time are Sinking, written in 1857 by Anne Cousins, sung by the Altar of Praise Chorale–with beautiful photos of God’s handiwork.
3 days, 3 hours ago
Extra hymn, before I go to the doctor’s office this morning.
Why the Navy hymn? Well, what are we, if we are not “those in peril on the sea”? 46 more words
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This is another beautiful hymn performed by The Voice of Eden, At the Cross. I don’t know where in India these young people come from, but I’m sure their singing pleases God. 77 more words
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Next, requested by Erlene–she woke up with it in her head this morning: I know what that’s like–The Little Brown Church in the Wildwood… 51 more words
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