Tag: hymns

Look What Women Can Do When They #gohome

The most comprehensive silencing of women in the church 

occurred the day we threw out the hymnals,

not the day a respected pastor was finally bold enough to confront

an out-of-line-female-false-teacher with the now-famous-words, “go home.”

Here are 40 of my favorite hymns by 30 female authors 

whose treasured words were sounded by 4 centuries of saints,

until our generation of egalitarians silenced their voices.

I’ve linked as many as possible to youtube for your listening enjoyment.

Be Still, My Soul  Katharine A. Von Schlegel Tr. Jane L. Borthwick (1697-1768) 

Be Thou My Vision  Tr. Mary Byrne; Ed. Eleanor Hull (1860-1935) 

Beneath the Cross of Jesus  Elizabeth C. Clephane (1830-1869) 

Blessed Assurance  Fanny J. Crosby (1820-1915) 

Break Thou the Bread of Life  Mary A. Lathbury (1841-1913)

Channels Only  Mary E. Maxwell (late 19th century

Children of the Heavenly Father  Carolina Sandell Berg (1832-1903) 

Day by Day  Carolina Sandell Berg (1832-1903) 

Draw Me Nearer  Fanny Crosby (1820-1915)

Grace Greater Than Our Sin  Julia H. Johnston (1849-1919)

Have Thine Own Way, Lord  Adelaide A. Pollard (1862-1934) 

He Giveth More Grace  Annie Johnson Flint (1866-1932)

He Hideth My Soul  Fanny J. Crosby (1820-1915)

I Love to Tell the Story  A. Catherine Hankey (1834-1911)

I Need Thee Every Hour  Annie S. Hawks (1836-1918)

I Will Praise Him  Margaret J. Harris (1865-1919)

Jesus Loves Me  Anna B. Warner (1827-1915)

Jesus Paid It All  Elvina M. Hall (1818-1889)

Just As I Am, Without One Plea  Charlotte Elliott (1789-1871)

Like a River Glorious  Frances R. Havergal (1836-1879) 

May the Mind of Christ My Savior  Kate B. Wilkinson (1859-1928) 

More Love to Thee  Elizabeth P. Prentiss (1818-1878). 

Near the Cross  Fanny J. Crosby (1820-1915) 

Nearer, My God, to Thee  Sarah F. Adams (1805-1848)                                                                   

No Other Plea  Lidie H. Edmunds (1851-1920)                                                                                     

Now Thank We all Our God  Tr. Catherine Winkworth (1827-1878)                                               

Open My Eyes, That I May See  Clara H. Scott (1841-1897)                                                             

Praise Him! Praise Him!   Fanny Crosby (1820-1915)                                                                      

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty   Tr. Catherine Winkworth (1827-1878)                                           

Praise Ye the Triune God  Elizabeth R. Charles  (1828-1896)                                                             

Saved By Grace  Fanny J. Crosby (1820-1915)                                                                                 

Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead Us  Attr. Dorothy A Thrupp (1779-1847)                                               

Take My Life and Let It Be  Frances R. Havergal (1836-1879)                                                           

Teach Me Thy Will, O Lord  Katherine A. Grimes (1877-1967)                                                            

The Lord’s My Shepherd  Jessie S. Irvine (1836-1887).                                                              

The Love of God  Arr. Claudia Lehman Mays (1892-1973)                                                         

To God Be the Glory  Fanny Crosby (1820-1915)                                                                      

Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus  Helen H. Lemmel (1863-1961)                                                        

We Praise Thee, O God, Our Redeemer   Julia C. Cory (1882-1963)

When We All Get to Heaven  Eliza E Hewitt, Emily D. Wilson (1851-1920)

Week 26

Memory Verse:  Isaiah 49:10

Questions:  Which elements of nature will the Lord protect His people from in the day of salvation?                

Reading #1:  Jonah

Questions:  In Jonah 1:4,15 and 17, which elements of nature does the Lord control?  In Jonah 4:6,7, and 8, which elements of nature does the Lord control? In Jonah 4:1 how does Jonah respond to the Lord’s grace, mercy, patience, and love for Nineveh? Later in verse 9 how does Jonah respond to God causing the sun to wither the plant?

Reading #2:  Mark 4

Questions:  In verse 6, which element of nature is responsible for the withering away of the rootless plant?  According to verse 17 what does the scorching sun represent?  In verses 39 and 40 which element of Nature does Jesus control?

Reading #3:  James 1:1-18

Questions:  According to verses 2-4 and 12 what is the purpose and the result of our trials?  How does that contrast with the one who pursues a life of wealth and ease in verse 11?

Reading #4:  Revelation 16:1-11

Questions:  In verse 8,9 what element of nature does the Lord control?  How do the people respond to God’s power?

Psalms and Hymns:

I know Who Holds Tomorrow “I don’t know about tomorrow, I just live from day to day, I don’t borrow from its sunshine, for its skies may turn to gray.”

Jesus Shall Reign “Jesus shall reign where ‘er the sun does his successive journeys run; His kingdom spread from shore to shore, till moons shall wax and wane no more.”

Praying Under the Same Sky:

Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand