Thursday, November 11, 2010

There may I though vile as he

In honor of the thief and to the infinitely greater honor of Christ the Lord.

The dying thief rejoiced to see that fountain in his day;
And there may I, though vile as he, wash all my sins away.


Anonymous said...

Gorgeous Matt, one of my favs! Thanks for sharing and the encouragement! God bless you, A.J.

Anonymous said...

Hi Matt,

Another wonderful music post. I have not heard this hymn before, it reminds me of one I sang growing up called "I Stand All Amazed".
I noticed your discussion with Mr. Gormley and was very intrigued. At the close you noted that justification and sanctification can be confused. Many Christians define theological terms differently, which, I believe, accounts for some of the misunderstanding between denominations. I would love to hear your explanation of these two concepts.

I hope you have had a good week.


Norah said...

a very familiar gospel song.. beautiful version here. Thanks for posting!

Matt Perkins said...

Hey SP,
Glad you enjoyed the music. I'll try to write what I mean by those terms sometime.

Great to have you comment here again and glad you enjoyed the music.