The is a favourite hymn by Mac Lynch from Majesty Hymns.
(c) Copyright 1992 by The Wilds. Used by permission.
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Thanks for stopping by. I’ve never heard a version of this song that I didn’t like. I’ve made my own arrangement of it too. Do you have both versions of this song? It’s been published in G Major (1 sharp) and A Major (4 flats) I also have the choral arrangement of it. I think my fingers flow better in A Major. I play this song every time people say “play something for me.” and they are always wowed by it. One of Mac Lynch’s best.
Thanks for the beautiful rendition. It’s easy and relaxing just by listening to the tune in the background while I work on my computer. The quality is excellent. This song is one of my son’s favourite and lately he’s been busy practicing on his piano.
Hey there, I love this song very much! You played it so beautifully (:
Would you be able to send me this piano score (preferably one with violin too)? Thanks!
greetings brethren! this is such a beautiful hymn. i finally found the lyrics from the above website. may the lord bless your ministry as your selection of hymns give comfort and encouragement.
hey … i was wondering if i could download this song? cause i cant seem to download it even if i press the download button… could someone help me? please…
thank you ^-^
Just got home from chruch and thought that I would e-mail.
We heard this music in Church this morning. And as I listening
to the music. I was thinking, that can the Lord really find us faithful
in doing his service? This song ought shoud remind us, He faith to us and that we should be faithful to Him as Christians
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