Heavenly Christian Encouragement for Sandwich Generation Caregivers and Grandparents – Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing

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Encouraging Bible verses from Matthew 6 for grandkids in AND out of the Sandwich GenerationWhile singing a lovely set of old and new Christian hymns at church last week, the lyrics to one caught my attention. Always a favorite of mine, Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing, I knew the song fairly well. It had a verse at the end, though, that was unfamiliar to me.

After doing a bit of research I discovered from Wikipedia that in the 1700s the original hymn writer, Robert Robinson, did write this song with five verses, but most hymnals only show three or four. 

More recently, Thomas Miller added a delightful chorus to it which was recorded by  Gateway Worship. I was really blessed by this version and have included it below for you as well. But I was a bit disappointed they left off the fifth verse.

In fact, every version I found – at Amazon and at YouTube – left off that fifth verse. I did finally find an online version with this elusive verse. If you click here, you will go to His Magnificence. Scroll down a few lines to Come Thou Fount and click on the green arrow and enjoy. And thank you to Josh Philpot for pointing the way to this.

This old Christian hymn goes so well with the encouraging Bible memory verses on heaven, including this week's "The Lords Prayer" for our kids and grand children that my grandkids and I have been reviewing  – especially that hard-to-find fifth verse:

O that day when freed from sinning, I shall see Thy lovely face; Clothèd then in blood washed linen How I’ll sing Thy sovereign grace.

So, how about you and your Sandwich Generation family? Had any of you heard this fifth verse before?  Do you like it? Do you prefer the Gateway Worship version with the newer chorus or the simple traditional version including the fifth verse? Also, be sure to enjoy more encouraging Bible verses and hymn songs via Spiritual Sunday. 

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  1. Thank you for visiting my blog today. It was lovely to have another new visitor.

    I hadn’t realised what you shared about this hymn before… you learn something new every day (as they say)! I will need to go and listen to it…

    Have a good day!

  2. Thank you for sharing the beautiful hymn, Kaye! It has been a long time since I heard it, and I don’t remember ever hearing that fifth verse.

  3. So much fun to see another post about the same song! Hootin’ Anni’ and I did that on Thursday with Thursday Theme Song and “Yellow Bird”! Wonderful and inspirational post today. Thanks for the visit!

  4. Thank you for your visit to my blog and your kind comments. I am glad you enjoyed visiting. You have a very interesting blog here and I am grateful for memes like Spiritual Sunday that allow people to reach out and find thoughtful, spiritual and peace-giving sites around the world.

  5. Gateway is always so pretty, with worship. That last verse is beautiful. Thanks for sharing it. Blessings ~

  6. Hi Wendy, isn’t it fun to learn something new about something old and beloved 🙂 I always get a kick out of it when I can do that. 🙂

  7. Hi Connie, You’re very welcome – and thank you for popping in 🙂

  8. Too cool, Linda! I spotted another one this week as well. I love it when God “highlights” something like that, don’t you? 🙂

  9. Hi Nick, Thanks for your sweet words of encouragement. Have a blessed week.

  10. Hi Cathy, Thank you 🙂 They are lovely to listen to! 😉

  11. This is a song we used to sing in church regularly in the “old days”. Thank you for sharing.

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