Discussion in 'Spirituality/Worship' started by hangininthere, Jan 18, 2015.
Patti, Some of the songs that I love are "I've Just Seen Jesus" by Sandi Patty and
Larnell Harris, and Josh Groban's version of "O Holy Night". We used to sing from the Broadman Hymnal in the first church I attended, as well as some other churches later on. It has the most beautiful hymns, all of the older ones. This is a great subject. I don't know how to post videos though! GB
Here's a Gospel Hymn written by Johnson Oatman Jr in 1898. He was a Methodist
Minister. The soprano soloist is Iris Dement's mother.
And here's a hymn I discovered late in life on an album by Pat Boone.
Love the old hymns. Used to sing 'Higher Ground' at church in the congregation. Brings back such a good memory of my church days.
My favorite hymn.
Wow Patti, You've outdone yourself! These are some of my favorite hymns. I love the Gaithers. I have some of their CD's and DVD's. There is one that I don't know the title of that I think is beautiful. It's about Heaven. I think it's something like I fell to my knees and cried, glory. I'll see if I can find it. Thanks for the beautiful videos. I really needed this. It's so uplifting. GB
Yes, I just happened upon the Gaithers on YouTube recently, tons of my favorite songs, and posted them. I never listened to the Gaithers before, love them. Yes, they're worshipful singing and band and orchestra give me happy chills. I call them Thrill Chills.
I've been listening to them all night. So uplifting. Just what I needed, too. Thank You, Jesus.
Gonna post a bunch more of their songs I'm checking out that I've never heard before - and some more that I know and love - love them all.
I cry a lot when listening to or singing hymns. Tears of relief and gratitude for Jesus "bringing me out of the miry clay and setting my feet on the Rock to stay".
Well for Heaven's sake, this one just came on that I've never heard of (I'm listening while I type)...is this it?
Patti, It's called "I Bowed On My Knees and Cried Glory" by the Gaither Vocal Band. GB
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