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Sunday, July 22, 2007

Sunday Afternoon Music Videos - Be Thou My Vision

Not long ago, I spent an afternoon on Youtube amazed at the diversity of the videos available. Especially of interest to me is the sacred music that has been performed and made available on video. There are performances, multimedia, and "follow the bouncing ball" presentations.

So on Sunday afternoons, we present you with findings that might be a continuation of the prayerfulness that Sue offers on Sunday mornings.

I offer the following video for you to enjoy:

For more information on this hymn, go here.

Remember to join us tomorrow for our discussion of the book A Vision of Light: A Margaret of Ashbury Novel (Margaret of Ashbury Trilogy) , led by Quotidian Grace. And if you want, go ahead and get a jump start on August's book Grace (Eventually): Thoughts on Faith by Anne Lamott. You can purchase it through Amazon (and RGBP benefits) or check it out of your local library!


  1. I have to share this as an addendum to the post. Unbeknownst to me, this very hymn was sung during the Sunday service and at a funeral of a dear friend. How did that happen?

  2. Cathy, thanks for inaugurating this new feature for the blog!

  3. Ah, lovely version of one of my favorites. Fernando Ortega's voice is just so...peaceful. I had to grin at one part though. In the first verse, "not" should be "naught" (nothing) and it will make a lot more sense. :-)I'm going to like this new feature.

  4. My hubby zoomed around the corner and said, bookmark this one! He likes it. I will probably stick it on my blog so he can always find it. Bravo to Fernando Ortega for singing it, bravo to you for finding it and posting it here and bravo to the Lord of our hearts, the subject of the song!

  5. Cathy, I am so glad you suggested this for the blog. Just lovely.This is one of my favorite songs.


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