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Saturday, April 24, 2010

How Great Thou Art

I can hardly wait for Heaven, when I can sing with all my strength in a way I am unskilled to worship with on the earth.

(And thanks to Bud Ezekiel, who features many praise songs on his blog, by whom I was introduced to this fantastic rendition of a timeless hymn.)

NOTE (added Sunday evening, 9pm): My apologies that this video is a format which does not display properly in Blogger. If you'd like to watch this in the wide screen format, please click this YouTube link: How Great Thou Art

Oh Lord my God, How very great You are.


  1. love the song...and love this rendition! Thanks for sharing.

  2. I cannot wait to sing with you dear sis, love you.

  3. Fill me like that Holy Spirit! AWESOME! What passion.

  4. For some reason, I am unable to view the video but I certainly agree ... How great God art!

  5. This is very cool, very passionate. Thanks for sharing it Anne. :)

  6. David ~ I know it's a little long, but THAT is the way I want to sing it.

    Denise ~ We'll be signing and dancing AND singing!

    T ~ Yes. I think the Lord puts a different kind of passion in music that is signed.

    Susan ~ I'm so sorry that I didn't realize sooner there was a problem with this video. I emailed you a link and inserted it in the post.

    Jason ~ I often feel that passion, and am frustrated by the inability to express it this way ... yet.

  7. hey...was over 2-3 times listening to this:) it's buried among a good number of other videos! been reading readers all day and need to get caught up. thanks sis:)

  8. Bud ~ As many videos as you've featured, I can see how you'd lose track of one. I'm nonetheless amused that you'd come to my blog to view one I got from your blog. : )

    Natasa ~ Beautiful, indeed. Something about sign language transcends all communication barriers, the way music itself does. No matter how many times I see "Jesus" signed—with fingers touched like nails to each palm—it still gives me a lump in my throat to simply have His name "spoken."

  9. Lyla ~ Yes, He is. What an eternity we have waiting for us! :D :D :D


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