Abide with Me

Abide with me, fast falls the eventide; the darkness deepens, Lord with me abide.

Holy Ghost, with Light Divine

Holy Ghost, with light divine, shine upon this heart of mine. Chase the shade of night away, turn my darkness into day.

Be Thou My Vision

It is unknown who wrote this beloved hymn. Some scholars believe it to be St. Patrick, some an 8th century Monk Dallan Forgaill.

Spirit of God, Descend Upon My Heart

Spirit of God, descend upon my heart; wean it from earth; through all its pulses move; stoop to my weakness, mighty as Thou art; and make me love Thee as I ought to love.

O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing

This hymn was written by the great hymnist Charles Wesley, who wrote over 8,000 hymns. His brother John Wesley is known as the father of Methodism.

Be Still My Soul

This hymn was first written by a German woman, translated by a Scottish woman a century later, then a Welsh professor set the words to a national tune by a Finnish man. Four nationalities and 175 years brewed the song which we know and love today.