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Great Hymns of the Faith

A right understanding of the Gospel is prevalent in the old hymns written by people who knew the God of Heaven. I believe that is why they endure.

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Great Hymns of the Faith

Great Hymns of the Faith

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Lina Sandell (1832-1903) ~ "Day by Day"

Hymn Day By Day

William Cowper ~ "There Is a Fountain"

Hymn There Is a Fountain

"The Music of His Promises" ~ Elisabeth Elliot ~ "The promises of God will lift me right out of sad sentimentality & put music in my mouth if I will think steadily on them. Let the promise be the song you sing. He will hear it & make it true for you." E.E.

Little Birdie Blessings : More About Hymns

Julia W. Howe in 1861 was listening to some soldiers sing a song called "John Brown's Body". It inspired her to pen the words to what we know as "The Battle Hymm of the Republic". We were coming out of the Civil War, where many perished on both sides, and we were mending the nation. When performed with a full orchestra, and choir, is something that will give you chills

"Battle Hymn of The Republic" ~ Julia W. Howe

"Am I a Soldier of the Cross" ~ Isaac Watts

Richard S. Willis ~ Arranged Music for "Fairest Lord Jesus" (1819-1900)

Samuel John Stone ~ "The Church’s One Foundation" Lyrics (1839-1900)

R. Kelso Carter ~ "Standing on the Promises" (1849-1928)

Will L. Thompson ~ "Softly and Tenderly Jesus is Calling" (1847-1909)

Frederick Martin Lehman ~ "The Love of God"

Charles Austin Miles ~ "In The Garden"

"God Will Take Care of You"

Little Birdie Blessings : The Story Behind the Hymn

"Sunshine in the Soul"

"Love Divine, All Loves Excelling" ~ Charles Wesley

"Standing on the Promises" ~ R. Kelso Carter

"Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus"

Safe am I, Safe am I, In the hollow of His hand; Sheltered o'er, sheltered o'er With His love forever more No ill can harm me, No foe alarm me, For He keeps both day and night, Safe am I, Safe am I, In the hollow of His hand.

Hymnbook Cover ~ Praise Song, dated 1888

"The Church's One Foundation" ~ Samuel John Stone

"Fairest Lord Jesus" ~ Words written 17th Century; Music Arranged by Richard S Willis 19th Century

"Softly And Tenderly" ~ Will L. Thompson

"The Old Rugged Cross" ~ George Bennard

Traditional Christian Hymns -

"Whispering Hope"

August Crull (1845-1923)