Monday, March 12, 2018

Sharing a Couple Congregational Songs from MZBMP's First Year Anniversary Service

"O God our Help in Ages Past" A hymn composed by Isaac Watts, 1719. It is based on Moses' song, Psalm 90. We sang this as part of our congregational singing when we gave God thanks and praise for our first year anniversary this past Sunday. Please overlook the "warts" in the singing and sing-a-long unto the LORD, if you would, for He is worthy!

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"It is Well with My Soul" A hymn composed by a Baptist musician, Philip P. Bliss and written by Horatio Spafford, 1876. The song was birthed out of tragedy and has ministered to many as a testimony of faith - the faith that will one day be sight! "And Lord, haste the day..." is both a song and a prayer. Maranatha! Again, please overlook the "warts" and praise God by singing unto Him, instead. I forgot to hit record, and so this one doesn't start on the first verse. 👂

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