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thank you, thank you, I cannot explain what this hymn menas to me!
yes I should have typed means!
I love that one too! We sang Beneath the Cross of Jesus...and Jesus Shall Reign
This is lovely. Among other things we sang "Jesus Remember Me" (Taize) as our communion meditation...very wistful and faithful all at the same time.
Beautiful. Our anthem was "At the Name of Jesus" by Rene Claussen--a bear to sing, but a very stirring setting of parts of Philippians 2:5-11. One of our hymns was "All Glory, Laud and Honor"; I never thought about it before, but it works as well on Christ the King Sunday as it does on Palm Sunday.
We sang "Jesus Laughed Out Loud" which is a new selection from the hymn book "More Voices" - it was wonderful!We also sang Rejoice the Lord is King and Jesus Loves Me.
I really did try to find At the Name of Jesus -- and Youtube did not have a good selection of choices. Our family was unable to attend church as we had folks departing who depended on us and so I don't know what the selections were. I do hear it was slim pickins in numbers. :(
We also did the Taize "Jesus Remember Me," plus"Crown him with Many Crowns""My Song is Love Unknown" and "Blest Be the King Whose Coming"
Listed ours at my place.Anyone please want to help me with youtube?
For a change, I only worshipped and preached and was not in the band...They sang:Let God AriseYour Name is HolyHungryBlessed Be Your Name(BONUS - YOUTUBE VIDEO here!)and one more I forget
I love this one, thank you Cathy! Lift High the Cross brought us together, Crown Him with Many Crowns sent us forth, with trumpet and violin and organ!...in between we sang a setting of Psalm 122: Let us go rejoicing with 5 verses that are tough for the cantor (the piano is playing against you, not with you, and very sparely at that) but the Holy Spirit was with me, and it went well!
I LOVE this hymn. And I had not heard it for a very long time. Thank you. We sang "Holy, Holy, Holy" "My Redeemer Lives" and "You Are Mighty."
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