Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Easter Hymns - Links with Lyrics


Feel like a good old time Easter hymn sing? Don't worry if you can't find a local church hosting one.  All the old hymns are still being sung on YouTube (talk about all things old being made new).  So, gather the kids around, click the links below, and you can join us in few of our Easter favorites.

Happy Singing!

Amazing Love (And Can It Be) - words by Charles Wesley, sung by The Altar of Praise Chorale, posted by SE Samonte
At Calvary - words by William R. Newell, posted by SE Samonte
At The Cross - words by Isaac Watts, posted by Jeff Hardin
Because He Lives - posted by smilealways06
Christ Arose - by Robert Lowry, posted by SE Samonte
Christ the Lord is Risen Today (Upbeat) -  words by Charles Wesley, posted by Jim Tompkins
Glory to His Name - words by Elisha A. Hoffman, sung by Bart Millard, posted by tabcpastor
Go to Dark Gethsemane - words by James Montgomery, posted by Genevam Sanctus
Hallelujah! What a Saviour - words by Philip P. Bliss, posted by jinu03
I Will Sing The Wondrous Story - words by Francis H. Rowley, posted by king mojo
Jesus Paid It All -words by Elvina M. Hall, sung by The Newsboys, posted by NewsboysVEVO
Lead Me to Calvary - words by Jennie Evelyn Hussey, sung by Saskia and Andrew Smith, posted by Bob Marshall
Nothing But The Blood - words by Robert Lowry, sung by School of Worship, posted by mytimewithgodtv
O Sacred Head Now Wounded - ascribed to Bernard of Clairvaux, sung by Fernando Ortega, posted by Cindee Nebeker
The Old Rugged Cross - words by George Bennard, sung by Elvis Presley, posted by Amy Lydia
The Way of The Cross Leads Home - words by Jessie Brown Pounds, sung by Cleveland Baptist Church, posted by stillamazed27
There is a Green Hill Far Away - words by Cecil F. Alexander, posted by jinu03
There is Power in the Blood - words by Lewis E. Jones, sung by the Tommy Coomes Band, posted by Paul Wade
Thou Didst Leave Thy Throne - words by Emily E.S. Elliott, posted by drolas94
When I Survey the Wondrous Cross - words from a Gregorian Chant, sung by Fernando Ortega, posted by Francis H
Where You There When They Crucified My Lord? - words from an African-American Spiritual, posted by jinu03

2 comments:

Ticia said...

And now I have those songs stuck in my head, and this is a good thing.

Natalie PlanetSmartyPants said...

This is a great collection! I will give some of them a listen :)