Hymns

“Sigismund von Birken was the son of an Evangelical pastor in Bohemia. His family was forced to flee to Nürnberg when he was …

There are several general favorites among English hymns which are used by practically all Christians. We know the hymns so well that we …

“Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus: Philippians 2:5” This is a hymn written before 1913 by Kate B. …

According to an online website specializing in hymns, Come ye thankful people come appears in 608 hymnals. On the one hand it’s a …

It will add to our appreciation of this hymn to know that on a certain occasion it was used most impressively in the South Sea Isles. …

This is a characteristic hymn from the pen of Miss Havergal, who has sometimes been called “The Theodocia of the 19th …

The origin and the content of this hymn emphasize its meaning and value. “Rome boasts that she never changes; the Turk has not …

Dear Lord, thank you for You. You our our help, our hope, our promise for the untold ages to come. How faithful you are. Let us …

The Reformation is 500 years old this month. Does it matter? Yesterday I spoke with a friend who had just returned from Berlin. He …

Oh, grant that in Thy holy Word, We here may live and die, dear Lord; And when our journey endeth here, Receive us into glory there. …