God Cares : Hymns of hope, comfort, and reassurance, played on piano

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Welcome to “God Cares,” a special worship and meditation video with specially chosen hymns of hope and reassurance, and photos from around the world. This video was created especially with persons in mind who may be facing great storms and challenges in life, as well as those heavy laden with cares. At 67 minutes in length, it can play in the background, lending its soothing music to listeners.

The music for this video are hymns of faith played by Beverly Carmichael Heid, a woman of great faith who learned to play piano to help herself with the challenging times in her life…and continued playing to share with others going through similar challenging times. We appreciate Bev teaming up with DisciplesNet Church to make this video possible.

We hope that listening to all or part of this will bring you peace and comfort.

Order:
His Eye is on the Sparrow, by Martin & Gabriel, 1905.
My Shepherd Will Supply Your Need. Folk Hymn/Issac Watts, 1719.
Amazing Grace, by John Newton, 1835.
Because He Lives, by William J. and Gloria Gaither, 1971.
Blessed Assurance, by Fanny Crosby & Phoebe P. Knapp, 1873.
What a Friend We Have in Jesus, by words by Joseph Scriven, 1855, music by Charles Converse, 1868. Arr: Martha Mier in “Hymns for Mediation”, 1999.
Near to the Heart of God, by Cleland McAfee, 1901. Arr: Martha Mier in “Hymns for Meditation”, 1999.
Sweet Hour of Prayer, by William Bradford & William Walford, 1868. Arr: Martha Mier in “Hymns for Meditation”, 1999.
He, by Richard Mullan & Jack Richards, 1954.
For Those Tears I Died, by Marsha J. Stevens, 1969.
He Touched Me, by William J. Gaither 1964. Arr: ideas from Anthony Burger Duet, “A Tribute to Bill & Gloria Gaither”, 2005.
He Hideth My Soul, by Fanny Crosby & William Kirkpatrick, 1838. Played on the piano by Beverly Carmichael Heid
God Will Take Care of You, by Civilia and W. Stillman Martin, 1904. Played on the piano by Beverly Carmichael Heid
No, Never Alone, by Ludie D. Pickett, 1897, Fred Jackey, 1897. Just a Closer Walk With Thee, Traditional Spiritual. Popular in 1930s.
Rock of Ages, by Augustus Toplady & Thomas Hastings.
Canto de Esperanza (Song of Hope), Argentine Folk Melody, Aliven Schutmaat, 1984.
On Eagles Wings, by Michael Jonas, 1979. Adapted from Arr: by Jack Schrader, 1997.
Fill My Cup, Lord, by Richard Blanchard, 1959.
Great is Thy Faithfulness, by Thomas Chisholm & William Runyan, 1923.
It is Well With My Soul, words by Spafford 1873, music by Phillip P. Bliss, 1876.
Day By Day With Each Passing Moment, by Oscar Ahnfelt, 1800s. Adapted from arr: by John Innes in “Dynamic Duets” for Piano & Organ, Book Two, 1989.
When We All Get to Heaven, Eliza Hewitt & Emily Wilson, 1898.
Arr: Lyndell Leatherman, 2006. Played on the piano by Beverly
Carmichael Heid
What a Day That Will Be, by Jim Hill, 1955.
Beyond the Sunset, by Virgil & Blanche Brock, 1936.

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Thank you for joining us here at this special place of sanctuary.
May God bless you and hear your every prayer.

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