Faith Files: Bible Truths Discovered Every Week Help children uncover the mysteries of God’s Word! Faith Files, an exciting curriculum developed by Bristol House, Ltd. and Cokesbury.
Faith Files: These are Our Hymns includes:
O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing
Charley Wesley apparently wrote this hymn on the first anniversary of his conversion to Jesus Christ at Aldersgate. It has traditionally been the first hymn in The United Methodist Hymnal. Many consider it to be the theme song or national anthem of The United Methodist Church.
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
Charles Wesley wrote this hymn about one year about his conversion to Jesus Christ to help people understand Jesus’ birth.
Christ the Lord is Risen Today
Charles Wesley wrote this hymn to help people better understand Jesus’ resurrection. The occasion was the first worship service in Foundery Meeting House in London.
A Charge to Keep I Have
Charles Wesley wrote this hymn to describe the charge that God gave him and every Christian: to glorify God in all areas of our lives – through our prayers, praise, witness, worship, study of Scripture, and service to others.