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  • Jesus, With thy Church Abide


    A popular hymn with many different denominations, “Jesus With Thy Church Abide” is a hymn about an important part of our faith: Ecclesiology, or the doctrine of the church:

  • There is Power in the Blood


    In an interview with Preacher Magazine in 1950, Lewis Edgar Jones (who wrote Power in the Blood) said, “In regard to the writing of my songs, [I] would say that a great many came from sentences in a pastor’s sermons … I remember that ‘Power in the Blood’ was written during a camp meeting at Mountain Lake Park, Maryland.”

  • This Is My Father’s World


    This is My Father's World is a hymn written by Maltbie Davenport Babcock, a minister from New York. The piece was published after his death in 1901 at age 42.

  • Trust and Obey


    The music for Trust and Obey was composed by D. B. Towner, the first director of music at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago.

  • What Child Is This?


    Intermediate Version
    What Child Is This? is a Christmas carol whose lyrics were written by William Chatterton Dix, in 1865.

  • Who Is This So Weak and Helpless?


    William Walsham How (December 13, 1823 – August 10, 1897) published several volumes of sermons and wrote a good deal of verse, including such well-known hymns as Who is this so weak and helpless; O Word of God Incarnate; and, O Jesus, thou art standing.