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  • Psalm 138:8
    "The LORD will perfect that which concerns me; Your mercy, O LORD, endures forever; Do not forsake the works of Your hands."

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Sunday, July 03, 2011


Aunt Bet

I'm not familiar with that hymn, Jonathan, but the compiler of the Southern Harmony hymnal was William Walker, who lived in Spartanburg, a town near where I live. You'll have to sing it for me when I come visit. :-)

Jonathan Girotti

Haha, I saw that last night. :) I was looking at my PDF copy and saw after Walker's introduction he had put "Spartanburg, S.C. 1854". :) I first heard the tune off of the album "American Angels" by the group Anonymous 4. You can hear a sample on Amazon.

And...we might be posting an audio file of ourselves singing if we can get it down correctly. :)


Such a lovely verse Jonathon-- I love the photo of the little church- so quaint.


I would love to hear you all sing this. It sounds like a wonderful hymn. Happy Independence Day to the Girottis.


Corner Garden Sue

I like it. That church is a nice looking building.

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