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We're really excited to bring to you our first ever live episode, recorded in front of a studio audience at the Grace Baptist Partnership annual conference in Swanwick, Derbyshire. Our special guest is Ali Mclachlan, talking about who leads worship anyway. In this episode, we talk about what it means to lead worship, the harmony that ought to exist between our doctrine and our music, and who gets to decide what 'good' worship is (spoiler: it's not us). All that and more!

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This week we're coming away with more questions than answers as we explore the well-known favourite, I Stand Amazed in the Presence. We'll be discussing the claim to the title 'King of Gospel Music', pondering some of the debate that has arisen over some of the lyrics, and reminding ourselves that the gospel is indeed both marvellous and wonderful. All that and more!

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In this week's episode, we're talking about Fanny... Ridley Havergal! She's the writer of Take My Life and Let it Be, an encouraging song of devotion to God. In this episode, we learn a little about the life of this talented hymn writer, discuss just a few of the many Bible verses this song references, and we discover that having beautiful feet is actually in the Bible. All that and more.

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We're tackling an important topic this week as we dig into the hymn, The Church's One Foundation. We'll be looking into the controversies surrounding the writing of this hymn (and its tune), questioning our attitude towards the church, and reminding ourselves just how much Christ loves his precious bride. All that and more!

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We've covered quite a few hymns, so in our newest episode, we thought we'd dig into the history of a hymnbook. We'll be looking into the very special friendship of John Newton and William Cowper and how this led them to create one of the most influential hymnals in the English language: Olney Hymns. To this day, this hymnbook is still used and is something of a monument to their friendship.

Learn more about John Newton: https://youtu.be/NcbSVS2-n9Y

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Learn more about Amazing Grace: https://youtu.be/SrTLIosBmMU

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In this, our fiftieth episode (I know, right??), we're bringing you a William Cowper classic we can't believe we haven't talked about yet: There is a Fountain Filled with Blood. There will, of course, be some blood in this episode, but there's also a whole ton of hope and encouragement, and we can't wait to dig into this hymn with you!

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This week, Matthew David Montgomery joins us to share about his project Psalms for Singing. We talk about instruments in worship, the best psalter for those who are newer to the Psalms, and Matthew shares with us some of his own favourite songs from scripture.

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There's so much going on at Hymnpartial HQ this week that we're taking a break just to rest and regroup. However, with football season reaching a fever pitch (see what we did there) we'd like to share with you an old classic and well-known football anthem, Abide with Me.

Bizarrely, this is a song that has been widely adopted by secular culture in the most unusual ways and for some very odd reasons (and sometimes no reason at all). Why is a song about longing for God to walk with us through death so often sung at unbelievers' funerals? What has it got to do with football? And why did it cause such a stir in relation to the Indian Army in 2020?

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This week, we're talking about a hymn that was more recently revived by the David Crowder band, but actually goes way, way back. Our hymn for the week is All Creatures of Our God and King, but we'll also be taking a look into the tumultuous, yet fascinating life and beliefs of its author, Saint Francis of Assisi.

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Join us for this new episode on the modern classic, Before the Throne of God above. This week we'll be talking about assurance of faith, giving credit where credit is due, and a hymn that is older and newer than people expect. All that and more!

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