Review: My First Hymnal

This hymnal is a great resource for families with children or even adults looking for a smaller liturgical resource.

Repost: Hymns – See, Amid the Winter’s Snow

We can find joy and comfort in the hymn “See Amid the Winter’s Snow” in which we celebrate the birth of Christ and the dawn of Redemption in our …Rose: Hymns – See, Amid the Winter’s Snow Edward Caswall was born to a distinct Anglican family in July of 1814 in Hampshire, England. He attended …

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Repost: Hymns – Come, Ye Thankful People, Come

This hymn speaks of thankfulness and the plentiful harvest of God, fitting for this season of Thanksgiving and the end of the church year about to begin anew.

How Can We Keep Our Way Pure?

Oh, that my ways were steadfast in obeying your decrees! Then I would not be put to shame when I consider all your commands. ~ Psalm 119: 5-6 ~ When I consider all your commands: Do not lie, do not steal, do not commit adultery, do not bear false witness, honor your father and mother, …

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Hymns: What a Friend we have in Jesus

Joseph Medlicott Scriven was in 1819 born to John and Jane Scriven of Banbridge, Ireland. Joseph had a rather turbulent life even from a young age. He had wanted to serve in the military, but his poor health led to him studying at Trinity College, which he graduated from in 1842. A year later, his fiancée drowned …

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