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    • JOHN NEWTON "On the Eclipse of the Moon" - Duration: 4 minutes, 55 seconds.

      • 6 days ago
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    • "Jerusalem!" Psalm 137 - Duration: 3 minutes, 53 seconds.

      • 3 years ago
      • 8,423 views
      JERUSALEM! A New Song on Psalm 137 by Kathleen Vick. In today's flabby Christian culture, there are many grievous misunderstandings concerning most everything taught in Scripture - from the nature ...
    • "Jesus Said, Come Unto Me" Matthew 11:28 - Duration: 6 minutes, 31 seconds.

      • 3 years ago
      • 6,041 views
      I was in my early thirties when my parents made a startling statement. Out of the blue, mom and dad said, "We were saved." Saved? They explained that they had, "accepted Jesus and were baptized" in...
    • John Newton's "As Parched In The Barren Sands" Jeremiah 17:5-8 - Duration: 4 minutes, 32 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 4,562 views
      Here is my new melody for John Newton's, "AS PARCHED IN THE BARREN SANDS", Hymn No. 66 in Book I of the Olney Hymnal of 1779. Newton wrote this inscription at the beginning of his sacred poem: "Tru...
    • John Newton's "Bitter, Indeed, The Waters Are" Exodus 15:23-25 - Duration: 4 minutes, 22 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 1,945 views
      "BITTER, INDEED, THE WATERS ARE" is Hymn No. 13 in Book I of John Newton's famous Olney Hymnal of 1779. I have written a new melody for Mr. Newton's incredible sacred poem, hoping that many believ...
    • John Newton's "I Asked The LORD That I Might Grow" - Duration: 4 minutes, 14 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 6,429 views
      "I ASKED THE LORD THAT I MIGHT GROW" is Hymn No. 36 in Book III of John Newton's famous Olney Hymnal of 1779.

      Child of God, the LORD Jesus Christ will complete the work that He has begun in your s...
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  • John Newton's Olney Hymnal of 1779 Play

    Did you know that anyone can browse online through the hundreds of sacred hymn poems written by John Newton? Yes, it's true. John Newton's famous Olney Hymnal of 1779 is posted online at the Library of Congress Rare Books Division website. When I discovered Newton's Olney Hymnal, I was overwhelmed by the beauty of the poems he wrote so many years ago. I wondered with astonishment, that of all his great hymns, only "Amazing Grace" is widely known. And unfortunately, that lovely hymn is also widely misunderstood. Everybody and their second cousin can belt out, "Amazing Grace", at the drop of a hat! Any occasion will do: an earthquake, a blizzard, troops coming home from war, the launching of a new yacht, the swatting of a fly - "Hey everybody! Let's sing, Amazing Grace!" It's especially the song of choice at the funeral of every unbeliever, isn't it? Every unrepentant, ungodly thief is entombed with the words to "Amazing Grace" on the lips of the mourners. Everybody sings it outside the prison gates when the convicted murderer is executed. It's a song everybody can agree on, that's for sure. Well, I looked at Newton's wonderful, unknown, forgotten hymn poems in The Olney Hymnal and I asked the LORD to give me grace to write new melodies for Newton's words, with the express intention of making known the Gospel of God's Free Grace in our day - the Gospel Mr. Newton loved and expounded with power, indeed. You may ask why his wonderful hymn poems are unknown and why "Amazing Grace" is so misunderstood. ANSWER: Due to the famine of the hearing of the Word of God, a dearth that has engulfed our nation and the whole world. So I present these hymns to you now, praying that many of God's children will be built-up in the true faith and edified in a day of deep spiritual darkness. (Oh, by the way, I hope to write a new melody for "Amazing Grace", hoping that all the Joan Baez, Engleburt Humperdinck, Lemonhead versions will disappear in the light of the truth of John Newton's immortal verse. May that old tune, that suffered so much abuse at the hands of strangers, be dissolved away and may the truth of Newton's words be refreshed and well-learned by seeking souls by means of a new melody!)
    • John Newton's "As Parched In The Barren Sands" Jeremiah 17:5-8 - Duration: 4 minutes, 32 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 4,562 views
      Here is my new melody for John Newton's, "AS PARCHED IN THE BARREN SANDS", Hymn No. 66 in Book I of the Olney Hymnal of 1779. Newton wrote this inscription at the beginning of his sacred poem: "Tru...
    • John Newton's "Bitter, Indeed, The Waters Are" Exodus 15:23-25 - Duration: 4 minutes, 22 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 1,945 views
      "BITTER, INDEED, THE WATERS ARE" is Hymn No. 13 in Book I of John Newton's famous Olney Hymnal of 1779. I have written a new melody for Mr. Newton's incredible sacred poem, hoping that many believ...
    • John Newton's "The Woman of Samaria" John 4:1-29 - Duration: 5 minutes, 16 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 5,791 views
      "THE WOMAN OF SAMARIA" is Hymn No. 111 in Book 1 of John Newton's Olney Hymnal of 1779. The woman of Samaria is one of the many souls named by God in His Everlasting Covenant. Her name was written...
    • John Newton's "I Asked The LORD That I Might Grow" - Duration: 4 minutes, 14 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 6,429 views
      "I ASKED THE LORD THAT I MIGHT GROW" is Hymn No. 36 in Book III of John Newton's famous Olney Hymnal of 1779.

      Child of God, the LORD Jesus Christ will complete the work that He has begun in your s...
    • John Newton's "A Believer, Free From Care" Acts 16:23-34 - Duration: 4 minutes, 26 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 1,218 views
      Flash mob violence, innocent people persecuted and imprisoned, the cruel beating of those who have the courage to speak up against lies, a sudden earthquake and the terrifying aftermath...

      These a...
    • John Newton's "In Evil Long I Took Delight" - Duration: 3 minutes, 47 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 3,523 views
      "IN EVIL LONG I TOOK DELIGHT" Hymn No. 57 in Book 2 of John Newton's Olney Hymnal of 1779.

      On Sunday, August 9, 2009, Pastor Don Fortner of Grace Baptist Church in Danville, KY began his sermon...
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    • "Our Father Which Art In Heaven" Matthew 6:9-13 - Duration: 3 minutes, 13 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 37,123 views
      "OUR FATHER WHICH ART IN HEAVEN" A new melody for a familiar passage from God's Word by hymn writer, Kathleen Shea Vick. Some call it, "The LORD's Prayer", but it's really the prayer our LORD Jesu...
    • "Mom's Song" In Memory of My Mother - Duration: 6 minutes, 5 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 9,191 views
      I grew up in a family where the name of Jesus was hardly ever mentioned. When I was a child, I recall that we all attended a church as a family, but in our home, there was no mention at all of anyt...
    • "Jerusalem!" Psalm 137 - Duration: 3 minutes, 53 seconds.

      • 3 years ago
      • 8,423 views
      JERUSALEM! A New Song on Psalm 137 by Kathleen Vick. In today's flabby Christian culture, there are many grievous misunderstandings concerning most everything taught in Scripture - from the nature ...
    • John Newton's "I Asked The LORD That I Might Grow" - Duration: 4 minutes, 14 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 6,429 views
      "I ASKED THE LORD THAT I MIGHT GROW" is Hymn No. 36 in Book III of John Newton's famous Olney Hymnal of 1779.

      Child of God, the LORD Jesus Christ will complete the work that He has begun in your s...
    • "Jesus Said, Come Unto Me" Matthew 11:28 - Duration: 6 minutes, 31 seconds.

      • 3 years ago
      • 6,041 views
      I was in my early thirties when my parents made a startling statement. Out of the blue, mom and dad said, "We were saved." Saved? They explained that they had, "accepted Jesus and were baptized" in...
    • John Newton's "Lovest Thou Me?" John 21:16 - Duration: 4 minutes, 55 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 5,874 views
      "LOVEST THOU ME?" Hymn No. 119 - The Olney Hymnal of 1779. Here is my melody for Mr. Newton's sacred poem on John 21:16. I wrote this tune in the dead of winter, in a dark, cold season of spiritua...
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  • "No Condemnation Now" Romans 8:1 Play

    Our LORD Jesus Christ settled the matter of the salvation of his elect people long before you were born, long before this world was made! Oh yes, this is the truth of the Gospel of God's Sovereign Free Grace to chosen sinners in the Person and Work of His Darling Son, the LORD Jesus Christ. This is the God of the Bible - not the flimsy, cardboard god of modern evangelical will worship - not the sad, wimpy god who really loves everybody, but darn it all, will send you to hell if you don't be good. NO WAY! That's not the True and Living God! The Scripture declares that "...He shall save His people from their sins..." (Matthew 1:21), and for these chosen ones, the Israel of God, the elect from before the foundations of the earth, every stroke of the clock, every nano second in this dispensation of time, will bring the LORD Jesus Christ closer to their appointed hour of love. He will reveal Himself to each one by the hearing of the Word of God to their souls. They will know Him as the great and glorious God, Who Himself, took upon Himself the sin of His people. He suffered eternal hell on their behalf and thus, set them free from sin and death forevermore. Each child of the Living God, each bride of the Lamb, will hear the Word of God, will believe and will come to Him for cleansing, forgiveness, justification and life. For these blessed souls, "there is therefore now no condemnation", for they are indwelled with the Spirit of Christ, they walk in His Spirit and no longer walk after the way and fashion of this dying world. They recognize the false gospel of Cain and shun it, for it is blasphemy against their God and His Glorious Salvation. So tell me, what will you do to be saved? What would you give to know, for a certainty, that you have been cleansed of all your sin - past, present and future - and have received the gift of eternal life? What would you give to begin again, to begin a whole new day? What will you give to God to please Him? Do you deserve to enter into His Holy Hill, because you want to? Do you have a free will and have decided that serving God makes sense (as long as all your service will earn you something in the end)? ANSWER NOW THIS QUESTION: Will you give nothing? Will you do nothing? Can you simply believe that God has saved His people from their sins? Shall not the God of all the earth do whatsoever He is pleased to do with all His possessions?

    I now present this music to you in His Holy Name, for Jacob's chosen race will come. May God's people be encouraged to proclaim the majesty of their LORD and Saviour in this present distress. Here are videos of 8 of my new hymns - each one is based on a specific Scripture Text. Be sure to read the blog comments and listen to the excellent sermons posted with each new hymn.
    • "No Condemnation Now" Romans 8:1 - Duration: 4 minutes, 57 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 4,103 views
      "NO CONDEMNATION NOW" A New Song on Romans 8:1 by hymn writer Kathleen Vick. "There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the S...
    • "LORD, Bring Revival!" Psalm 51:12 - Duration: 4 minutes.

      • 4 years ago
      • 3,076 views
      "LORD, BRING REVIVAL!" Okay everybody! If you're SAVED, stand up and say, "AMEN"! Now, all you who saved yourselves by "accepting Jesus", please sit down. Sit down and listen to this very concise...
    • "Our Father Which Art In Heaven" Matthew 6:9-13 - Duration: 3 minutes, 13 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 37,123 views
      "OUR FATHER WHICH ART IN HEAVEN" A new melody for a familiar passage from God's Word by hymn writer, Kathleen Shea Vick. Some call it, "The LORD's Prayer", but it's really the prayer our LORD Jesu...
    • "I Will Lift Mine Eyes To The Hills" A New Song on Psalm 121 - Duration: 2 minutes, 37 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 1,547 views
      "I WILL LIFT MINE EYES TO THE HILLS" A new song on Psalm 121. When the LORD claims a soul for Himself, that soul begins the long journey to another place, out of this world, out of the bondage and...
    • "In The Hour of My Death, O LORD" 2 Corinthians 5:8 - Duration: 5 minutes, 10 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 1,625 views
      A New Song on the Scripture Text, 2 Corinthians 5:8, by hymn writer Kathleen Shea Vick of Columbus, Ohio. Is there anyone who does not wonder what will happen in the hour of their death? We all kn...
    • "In The Cross of Christ I Glory" Galatians 6:14 - Duration: 7 minutes, 46 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 4,917 views
      "IN THE CROSS OF CHRIST I GLORY" A New Hymn on Galatians 6:14 by hymn writer Kathleen Vick.

      Take a look in any modern hymnal and search for an hymn on Galatians 6:14. You will find that the Gospe...
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