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  1. Mary Stirling
    October 4, 2007

    Our Choir, in First Presbyterian Church, Broughshane. Co. Antrim, is singing this for Harvest on Sunday next. Lovely words and tune.
    Keep up the good work. Anything new for Christmas?
    Our basses did not enjoy their part for ‘O Church, arise’. Seems more suitable for playing on a trombone?

  2. Peter Tan
    January 27, 2009

    We’re singing this on 1 Feb 2009 – St George’s (Anglican) church, Singapore. It has a very singable tune for the congregation and compelling words.

  3. joanne
    October 9, 2010

    i got a song that you dont know and it is called if your happy and you know it. should i sing it to you. yes or no. now I am going to sing it to you if your happy and you know it clap your hands if your happy and you know it clap your hands if your happy and you know it and you really want to show it clap your hands. if your happy and you know it stamp your feet if your happy and you know it stamp your feet if your happy and you know it and you realy want to show it if your happy and you know it stamp your feet if your happy and you know it say ahh if your happy and you know it say ahh if your happy and you know and you want to show it say ahh . if your happy and you know it do all three stamp stamp clap clap ahh ahh if your happy and you know it do all three clap clap stamp stamp ahh ahh if your happy and you now and you really want to show it do all three clap clap stamp stamp ahh ahh.

  4. Lorraine
    April 6, 2012

    We are going to sing “Across the Lands” Easter morning. I would love to read the Bible text that is song is taken from. Could someone please let me know where it is taken from. Thanks in advance.

  5. fundyreformed
    January 27, 2009

    Glad to hear it. God bless you and your congregation.

    Bob Hayton

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