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A podcast about how our songs of faith came to be and how they have encouraged and strengthened believers. This weekly podcast is hosted by Ryan Bush, author of A Guide to Family Worship, and traces the history and significance of the hymns we’ve sung through the years.
A weekly podcast about how our songs of faith came to be and how they have encouraged, comforted, and strengthened believers. Hymn Stories is a part of the Media Gratiae Podcast network.
IN THIS EPISODE: “O Happy Day That Fixed My Choice” by Philip Doddridge (1702-1751)
Jonathan Edwards wrote, “Be always greatly abased for your remaining sin, and never think that you lie low enough for it, but yet don’t be at all discouraged or disheartened by it; for though we are exceedingly sinful, yet we have an advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous, the preciousness of whose blood, and the merit of whose righteousness and the greatness of whose love and faithfulness does infinitely overtop the highest mountains of our sin.”
- “The Paths We Walk” by Aylex
- “Requiem” by Sarah Spring
- “O Happy Day” by Sophia Bush
For more helps, visit www.ryanbush.org.
Hymn Stories is a part of the Media Gratiae Podcast Network.