Growing up we sang hymns in church every Sunday…and I usually didn’t hear them again until Sunday. As the Sundays rolled into years, many of those old hymns became ingrained in my memory. Years passed and the music at church began to change as more modern praise songs slowly replaced the old hymns. I love praise music, but recently I have began to listen to a few of the old hymns again and their words easily echo in my mind and in my heart for days as my memory finds the words are still etched there.  As I listen to the words, I find they are like buried treasure in my heart and I have been moved by beautiful messages they contain. Here are a few favorites.

Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing

The Hiding Place

Be Thou My Vision

Count Your Blessings

How Firm A Foundation

Your thoughts here
  1. “Come Thy Fount Of Every Blessing” is one of my favorite songs! I loved the way it was recently used in the Janette Oke book and DVD “Love Comes Softly” (produced by Michael Landon, Jr.) where the father sings it sitting on top of the mountain.

    Betty Jayne Castle

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