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hymnals

If you use any hymns that appear in any of over-5,000 common hymnals, you should take a look at hymnary.org.

This web site is a HUGE resource for all things related to hymns. It has histories of the texts and tunes as well as authors/composers.

If you've been around scripture and worship music as long as I have you probably do the same thing I do (at least I hope I'm not alone).

When someone starts reading scripture aloud you can think of several different worship songs or hymns that fit that scripture.

Of course, that's not usually the case when you're sitting down to plan a worship service ... usually I would sit there when the scripture for the message is being read (AFTER we're done with most of the singing) and think ... Oh THAT would have been a perfect song for that scripture.

 

If you ask anyone that knows me they can probably tell you that I don't have any favorites. I don't have a favorite color, or a favorite food, and definitely don't have a favorite song/hymn. But that doesn't mean that I don't think there are some songs/hymns that are better than others. And today's hymn is definitely better than many others, for a number of reasons.

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