Some Hymns Recordings from my library

These are a selection of hymns sung at various places and conferences. Many of these are very well-known and loved hymns based on well-known tunes.

The Lord’s my Shepherd – classic hymn based on Psalm 23: sung in the UK
Low in the Grave He Lay – sung at Grove City Eastern Bible Conference (USA) 2014
Be Still My Soul – sung at Spruce Lake Conference (USA)
Rock of Ages – sung at Grove City Eastern Bible Conference 2005
The Sands of Time are Sinking – sung at Grove City Eastern Bible Conference 2005
In Deep Eternal Counsel – based on the tune of ‘The Day of Resurrection’. Sung at Grove City Eastern Bible Conference
Let Saints on Earth their Voices Raise – sung at Grove City Eastern Bible Conference
O lord we Adore Thee – based on the tune of ‘O Come all ye faithful’. Sung at Grove City Eastern Bible Conference
Look ye Saints the Sight is Glorious – sung at Grove City Eastern Bible Conference
And is it so, we shall be like Thy Son – based on the classic tune ‘Abide with Me’. Sung at Grove City Eastern Bible Conference
There is no other Name than Thine – based on the tune of the Hundredth Psalm hymn ‘All people that on earth do dwell’. Sung at Grove City Eastern Bible Conference
Glory Lord is Thine Forever – tune name ‘Blaenwern’ very beautiful tune sung at Spruce Lake Conference 2006. A classic hymn sung to this tune is ‘Love Divine all Loves Excelling’
Oh the Brightness of the Glory – tune name Hyfrydol, sung at Spruce Lake Conference 2005. A classic hymn sung to this tune is ‘Love Divine all Loves Excelling’ and also ‘Alleluia! Sing to Jesus’.
Jesus God’s Lamb in the midst. German tune called ‘Lobe den Herren’, sung at Spruce Lake Conference 2005. A classic hymn sung to this tune is ‘Praise to the Lord, the Almighty’.
Lord Jesus we love Thee and Joyfully Pour. Sung at Spruce Lake Conference 2005. A classic hymn sung to this tune is ‘My Jesus I love Thee’.
Thou art the First Lord Jesus. Sung at Grove City Eastern Bible Conference. Tune based on the classic hymn ‘All glory, laud and honour’.
Lo He Comes From Heaven Descending. Tune name Regent Square. Sung at Spruce Lake Conference 2006. Words edited from the classic hymn ‘Lo! He Comes With Clouds Descending’ written by Charles Wesley (1758). Not the same tune as the classic hymn.

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Writer of various articles on bible topics

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