Hymns for Troubling Times

May 04, 2022

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What is your first reaction when you’re told bad news? What do you tend to do when you’re having a bad day? Psalm 34:1 tells us to bless the Lord at all times. It’s a lot easier said than done, that’s for sure! Something to help get you through those difficult times is to listen to Godly music that fills your mind with His truth.

Our audience recently shared what hymns help get them through troubling times and here are some great versions of the top 5 responses…

Please share the hymn that helps comfort you in troubling times in the comments below.

4 responses to “Hymns for Troubling Times

  1. Sometimes I wake in the night and think about the Russia/Ukraine war, inflation and other problems in the US, and health issues among friends. I am a former music teacher and worship keyboardist/leader, so hymns always come to mind. The lyrics remind me whenever the wrong seems so strong that He is the ruler yet! Scripture and hymns learned during childhood provide comfort, knowing He is in control. What a message of hope.

  2. His Way is Perfect! Haven’t heard it played on your station for a long time. He Will Hold me Fast, I have loved you with an everlasting love. Majesty Chorale Wash Me Know. I must tell Jesus. Anything by Tom Fettke and Billy Ray Hearn. Larry Mayfield Voices.

  3. Sorry, this isn’t really a reply, but a question.

    How can I get the recording or the name of who recorded the song “How Great Thou Art,” played today 6/05/2022 at 12:00 Noon? Thank you.

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