John W. McKinstry

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In the Kitchen In the Garden


musician/member name: Music
Duration: 00:02:11
description:
This hymn by Anne McKinstry is based on the writings of Brother Lawrence. This humble 17th century brother was assigned to kitchen duty. Hymn tune: Tryggare Kan Ingen Vara
Dulcimer tuned: C G C.
hugssandi
08/03/16 01:39:35PM @hugssandi:

I so love the hymns, I was excited to hear you play it, but to have you sing it was an extra treat!  Thank you so very much for blessing me today!


Helen Seiler
08/02/16 05:05:02PM @helen-seiler:

A lovely hymn John and a lovely composition Annne.


Gordon Hardy
07/17/16 10:54:06AM @gordon-hardy:

John this hymn tune has long been a favorite of mine. Your lyrics are a true reminder of His constant presence in our lives. Thank you for sharing.


Robin Thompson
07/16/16 03:38:20PM @robin-thompson:

I haven't even thougt of Brother Lawrence in many years. . . This is beautifully composed and played.  


Lexie R Oakley
07/16/16 01:23:33PM @lexie-r-oakley:

So nice to hear you play and sing this beautiful hymn John. Thank you!


Patty from Virginia
07/15/16 09:41:45PM @patty-from-virginia:

That is beautiful!!! Thank you!!!


Salt Springs
07/15/16 07:40:17PM @salt-springs:

The Practice of the Presence of God is the title of this most well known work/book and it has been a favorite for both Protestants and Catholics for well over two centuries.   (See those years of seminary paid off.)  Thanks John for posting that video and thank you Anne for writing it.........a true pleasure to hear and reflect upon. CW I hope all is well.


Cynthia Wigington
07/15/16 04:53:30PM @cynthia-wigington:

Thank you so much John (and Anne) for this lovely hymn. I really love Brother Lawrence, can't remember the name of the book though, can you? I think it suited him very well. As I write this a Fisher Cat is screaming out in the woods here, a yound fawn and mom were crossing the drive a bit ago, nearly hit a turkey mother with her tiny babies skittering after her...had to slow to let a small beaver cross a couple of weeks ago. Brother Lawrence would have loved that all too.


Greg Patterson
07/15/16 01:05:41PM @greg-patterson:

Beautiful hymn, nicely played!