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Prone to Wander
14 September 2009, 4:27 pm
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If you are not familiar with PAGE CXVI then I suggest you purchase their album and enjoy this modern compilation of “some of the richest most meaningful, and moving pieces of music ever written”.

At LiVE (thanks to PAGE CXVI), we have just started singing the hymn Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing, written by Robert Robinson in 1758. We found out about this hymn through the PACE CXVI project and it has been incredible to sing this soul-stirring hymn together. I hope that we introduce it at church soon. Timmy Brister, on his blog Provocations & Paintings, recently wrote about this hymn, Robinson’s life and the need to live gospel-centred lives, because of this reality “prone to wander Lord, I feel it; prone to leave the God I love”.

It’s well worth a read. Check it out here.

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Come Thou Fount is such an amazing song and I cant wait to do it at church!

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