Speaking to yourselves in
psalms and hymns and spiritual songs,
singing and making melody
in your heart to the Lord;
There is great comfort received when listening, singing or playing the old hymns. The words are timeless. I grew up with the old hymns and started playing them on the piano when I was quite young. I'd listen to them intently in church and go home and play them.
I've made a pdf file featuring six hymn tags, available for free to you. Just download, print and cut (link below). I've shown some where I punched a hole and added some off white seam binding. My favorite kind of ribbon!
You can access the download here:
Hymns featured on the tags are as follows. Some of the titles have links, which will take you to more information here on my blog about that particular hymn.
Count Your Blessings
What a Friend We Have in Jesus
You can find other free printables here on my blog by going to my freebies page: bit.ly/lbbfreebiespage
These are beautiful. I totally agree that the hymns usually explain the great doctrines of the church in ways easily understood. And one never knows when the melodies and phrases bubble up in the spirit when they are most needed.ReplyDelete
These are so pretty Abby! I love hymns and I will take them over this modern contemporary Christian stuff any time.ReplyDelete
Beautiful, so well done, Abby.ReplyDelete
And seam binding for ribbon!!! I should have thought of that myself! Thanks for the tip.
Thank you so much Abby. I just love your blog and all the beautiful prints you share. I, too, grew up singing the old hymns and still know most by heart. I just made a "joyful noise" as i am not musically inclined. I do love all the praise songs nowadays, but my heart soars when we sing those old hymns. Thanks again, for sharing and God Bless.ReplyDelete
Those are beautiful.ReplyDelete