5 edition of Stories of our favorite hymns found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Favorite hymns.|
|Statement||compiled by Christopher Idle.|
|Contributions||Idle, Christopher, 1938-|
|LC Classifications||BV350 .S84 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||80144767|
Traditional Hymns A Mighty Fortress Is Our God A Shelter In The Time Of Storm Abide with Me Amazing Grace Blessed Assurance Come and Dine Come Thou Almighty King Fairest Lord Jesus Have Thine Own Way Lord He Leadeth Me Higher Ground Holy, Holy Holy, Lord God Almighty I Love to Tell the Story I Surrender All In The Garden It Is Well With My Soul. HYMNS FUN FACT: Only of our hymn contributors are LDS. We Thank Thee, O God, for a Prophet In the version of "We Thank Thee, O God, for a Prophet," the melody of this popular LDS hymn was actually changed.
My Jesus I Love Thee” is a sweet expression of love for the Savior that flows directly from the author’s experience of the Savior’s love for him. A remarkable thing about “My Jesus I Love Thee” is that it was not penned by an aged and experienced hymn-writer like so many of our favorite hymns. Rather, it was originally written as a devotional poem by Willam . Great Stuff Music Company is pleased to make available a series of three books written by Kenneth Osbeck which feature fascinating stories telling how many of our favorite hymns have come to be written and to be passed down to us. Understanding the hymns and the stories behind them does much to enhance our appreciation for their beauty and power. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK The story of our hymns [microform] Item Preview Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English. Bibliography: p. Microfilm Addeddate Identifier MNucmf_7.
Our Songs and Hymns (KJV. Experience daily the timeless truths contained in the many celebrated songs of the Christian faith. Each day's devotional includes the text of a classic hymn or song, the inside story about the author or origin of the song, and a related Scripture passage. Be refreshed and strengthened each day by the mighty words that. Hymn Stories: The Inspiring True Stories Behind Favorite Hymns Now with a new cover! This book offers the inspiring true stories behind of your favorite hymns. It is excellent for devotional reading, sermon illustrations, and bulletin inserts, as well as for historical or biographical g: Paperback. While I have assiduously avoided writing autobiographical books or essays, the stories of one's favorite hymns often bring in strands of one's own story. So where such allusions and reminiscences may appear gratuitously in these following pages, it is because their remembrance was enjoyable to me and may find some sympathetic readers, too.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedPerfect for devotions, sermon pdf, bulletin inserts, and introducing pdf hymns, this collection of uplifting, informative hymn stories includes each hymn's full text and musical score as well as information about the author, composer, and Scripture that inspired the song.
Some of the well-loved hymns included are:A Mighty FortressFairest Lord JesusHow Great 5/5(1). Download pdf Stories Behind Your Favorite Hymns Tori Sollars 22 Apr The stories behind these songs bring them to life, adding context and meaning while helping us to understand, relate, and feel in a deeper way.
There is hope because God is greater than our problems and has overcome this world. When our faith is tested by tragedy and sorrow.It is well, it is well with my soul.
Ebook this hymn comes one of ebook most heartrending stories in the annals of hymnody. The author, Horatio G. Spafford (), was a Presbyterian layman from Chicago. He had established a very successful legal practice as a young businessman and was also a devout Christian.