Sunday, December 23, 2007

What Is Your Favorite Charles Wesley Hymn?

A poll by Richard Hall.


UCM said...

It's a tie between "O For a Thousand Tongues" and "And Can It Be"

Allan R. Bevere said...

What UCM said.

PamBG said...

I'll probably request 'And Can It Be' and 'Love Divine' for my funeral, but I do love 'Glory be to God on high' and it seems appropriate to say so on Christmas eve:

'See the eternal Son of God
A mortal son of man
Dwelling in an earthly clod
Whom heaven cannot contain!
Stand amazed, ye heavens, at this!
See the Lord of earth and skies;
Humbled to the dust he is.
And in a manger lies!'

Fantastic theology but we don't have to swallow the simplistic drivel that qualifies a person as 'sound' these days.

greg hazelrig said...

Hark the Herald Angels Sing

Merry Christmas John

Jonathan said...

These are all great, but I must put in a vote for "Come, O Thou Traveler Unknown."

Mary Beth said...

And Can It Be

Mark Winter said...

All of the above, plus "Come, Sinners, to the Gospel Feast."

John said...

I used Hark! The Herald Angels Sing as my altar call hymn last Sunday. It worked well. Ol' Charles can't help but work atonement into everything.

Dan Trabue said...

(I wanna put on) My My My Boogie Shoes.