How Great Thou Art

How Great Thou Art by Carl Boberg performed by Chris Rice O Lord my God, When I in awesome wonder, Consider all the worlds Thy Hands have made; I see the stars, I hear the rolling thunder, Thy power throughout the universe displayed. Chorus Then sings my soul, My Saviour God, to Thee, How great … Continue reading How Great Thou Art

Song Challenge Day 5

Today's challenge is a song that reminds of someone.  When I was little my Daddy used to sing Come Thou Fount (Warrenton) as a lullaby. This is not the version of  Come Thou Fount that is usually sung. It is the version from the Sacred Harp. Come Thou Fount (Warrenton) Verse 1 Come, Thou Fount … Continue reading Song Challenge Day 5

More Than Just a Little Chorus

"A little chorus ..." If you are like me you've probably either used that phrase or heard it used in reference to worship songs.  Have you taken time to really think about what is being said? It is as if modern worship music is somehow lesser than hymns. Think about this in 1824, When I … Continue reading More Than Just a Little Chorus

Revive us Again

While I prefer a contemporary worship style I still find myself   returning to the "old hymns" for inspiration. Revive Us Again By William P. MacKay & John J. Husband Performed by Greg Allen with the Worship Network We praise Thee, O God! For the Son of Thy love, For Jesus Who died, And is now … Continue reading Revive us Again

Question of the Day — Music

I have been going through old post and doing some tweaking for SEO (search-engine optimization). Going through my music posts all 102 of them I started thinking about hymns and modern worship music. Personally, I enjoy both. One thought hit me as I was reading the lyrics for Charles Wesley's And Can It Be was … Continue reading Question of the Day — Music

Don’t Skip the Third Verse

Ever had one of those moments when you read or hear something and just thing Wow. Well that happened last Sunday when we were singing O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing. The third verse just really hit me. I'm sure I've read it before but I guess I hadn't thought about the words. Of … Continue reading Don’t Skip the Third Verse