Lent Music for Holy Trinity Projects and Activities for Grandparents and Grand kids

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Last week, while singing in church, I was delighted when our worship pastor included one of the lovely praise and worship hymn songs we used to sing when I first started walking with the Lord. Glorify Thy Name is a very simple and easy to learn song, full of such sweet family memories of when my children were young.

Now, it's my grandkids I enjoy singing simple worship music with and this was perfect timing after my Word-filled Wednesday post this past week, "The Trinity Explained to Children Using Easter Activities for Grandparents and Grandchildren." Basically, the lyrics are:

Father, we love Thee, 

We worship and adore Thee,

Glorify Thy Name in all the earth...

The second verse is the same, but it's sung to Jesus, and the third verse is sung to the Spirit.

What delightful and easy to sing music to have playing when you are enjoying fun Easter craft activities for grandparents and grandchildren from a Christian perspective, like decorating Easter Eggs while using them as a way of explaining the Holy Trinity to them. It's not one of your traditional Easter hymns, but it's certainly a good fit for the season.

If you'd like to enjoy this, just click on the Smilebox eCard to listen to Glorify Thy Name sung by River.

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The season of Lent and Easter is such a wonderful time for grandparents and their grandchildren to make wonderful family memories while learning more about Christian truths as you enjoy fun Easter crafts and egg activities for grandparents and grand kids. For more Lent and Easter ideas, devotions, and praise and worship music, for all ages from kids to seniors, be sure to check out Spiritual Sunday and A Pause in Lent.

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