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    Where will you spend eternity ?
    Sing along

    http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/w/w/wwyseter.htm
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    Is thy heart right with God ?

    Another splendid hymn by Elisha Hoffman.

    Sing along!

    http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/i/s/isthyhrt.htm
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    28 Apr '10 19:11
    My favourite is The Old Rugged Crossdresser.
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    What a Wonderful Savior is Jesus My Savior.

    Sing Along ! Your heart will be blessed.

    http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/w/h/a/whatwosa.htm
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    That redundancy is my favourite redundancy.
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    28 Apr '10 20:21
    Originally posted by jaywill
    Where will you spend eternity ?
    Sing along

    http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/w/w/wwyseter.htm
    In a different place from you. My favourite:

    YouTube
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    28 Apr '10 20:56
    Originally posted by darvlay
    That redundancy is my favourite redundancy.
    The sentence "What a wonderful Savior is Jesus, my Savior!" actually doesn't occur anywhere in the hymn.

    However, "What a wonderful Savior is Jesus, my Jesus!" does.
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    28 Apr '10 22:27
    Originally posted by Nordlys
    The sentence "What a wonderful Savior is Jesus, my Savior!" actually doesn't occur anywhere in the hymn.

    However, "What a wonderful Savior is Jesus, my Jesus!" does.
    True indeed. In the version that my congregation uses it is "What a wonderful Savior is Jesus, My Savior."

    Sometimes editorial variations exists in popular hymns.
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    28 Apr '10 22:422 edits
    Originally posted by avalanchethecat
    In a different place from you. My favourite:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_M2sX5gwafE
    Avalanche,

    As a serious musician myself I know about Frank Zappa. I listened to your submital and visited a few others in that Zappa collection.

    Billy Joel and Frank Zappa I know were two rock musicians who were accomplished in classical composition as well. He has my respect as a creative person though I think he was often a mean spirited clownish type.

    Just wanted you to know that I know a little about Zappa even from my highschool days in the 60s.
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    "ARE YOU WASHED IN THE BLOOD OF THE LAMB ?"

    Will your soul be ready for His presence bright ?

    Sing Along with the provided tune and lyrics:

    http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/a/r/aruwashd.htm
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    29 Apr '10 16:34
    Originally posted by jaywill
    True indeed. In the version that my congregation uses it is [b]"What a wonderful Savior is Jesus, My Savior."

    Sometimes editorial variations exists in popular hymns.[/b]
    My congregation uses "What a wonderful redundancy is Jesus, my Jesus".
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    29 Apr '10 18:38
    Originally posted by jaywill
    Avalanche,

    As a serious musician myself I know about Frank Zappa. I listened to your submital and visited a few others in that Zappa collection.

    Billy Joel and Frank Zappa I know were two rock musicians who were accomplished in classical composition as well. He has my respect as a creative person though I think he was often a mean spirited c ...[text shortened]... ust wanted you to know that I know a little about Zappa even from my highschool days in the 60s.
    Good for you Jaywill! I can't get much from Billy Joel myself, but I hear ya on Zappa, he revelled in the bubble-popping clown role. And while we're breaking bread here, I'd have you know that I'm not entirely ignorant of the christian message either. I won't go into details, but suffice to say that I've studied it and other religions quite extensively, and find much to commend them. I do find the arrogance of most to be rather dismaying however, and the intellectual bullying I see propogated by the most vocal zealots must surely be an affront to any person of reason. I'm sure we can agree, however, that if there is love then there is hope, and there is surely love. And music. And maybe something numinous but only time will tell, not people.
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    Originally posted by Nordlys
    My congregation uses "What a wonderful redundancy is Jesus, my Jesus".
    "If I Gained the World But Lost the Savior"

    From the Swedish "Om jag ägde allt, men icke Je­sus"

    A great hymn by Ann Olander. Someone sing along:

    http://nethymnal.org/htm/i/f/i/ifigainw.htm
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    Lowell Mason's "Nearer My God To Thee"

    But with String Orchestra. Sing thou along. It is beautiful.

    YouTube&feature=related
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    06 May '10 22:39
    Originally posted by jaywill
    Lowell Mason's [b]"Nearer My God To Thee"

    But with String Orchestra. Sing thou along. It is beautiful.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0uc01ASDJT8&feature=related[/b]
    "Nearer My God to Thee"

    Then again there's Mahalia Jackson to sing it.

    YouTube&feature=related
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