"Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing"
by Sufjan Stevens 17,896 Views
In 1757, Robert Robinson penned the words to the famous hymn, Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing. This moving video illustration follows Robinson's struggle in finding the joy he once had when he wrote the hymn. Use this modern interpretation set to the hymn sung by Sufjan Stevens, to teach on faith and perseverance.
"WOW this is truly beautiful! So touching! Thank you Lord Jesus, for this beautiful song. What a blessing.."
Hi all! Just a quick note about High Praise! This song is my rendition of the heart of Job following his ordeal with "life". It is the Song of Job....a Celtic Hymn! Feel free to learn it and use it in your church! It is a modern day hymn for Praise and Worship! Shalom (Rebecca Huseby)
Please say this prayer my friends in Christ Jesus:
"Lord Jesus, beginning today, I ask you to become the Lord of my life. I believe that you died for my sins and rose again from the dead. Lord, I confess that I am a sinner and I repent of my sins. Thank you for forgiving me and cleansing me. Come into my life and guide me to live for you from now on. Thank you for giving me eternal life now. Thank you for the guarantee that you will never give up on me." Amen