“Then Sings My Soul” book review

“Then Sings My Soul” by Robert J Morgan, book review

This is the third in a series that tells the stories behind some of the famous hymns.  Morgan has chosen some well know and others that may not be familiar to the reader.  In this book he organizes them chronologically from 100 AD to the current date.  Also included in this volume is a history of hymns through out the ages, and then at the end an opinion of modern worship music (praise chorus and new hymns).  And an added bonus is an extended history of 8 well-known hymn writers.

This book is perfect for the musician, choir director or church music student.  But also good for any church member, because it will give more meaning to the hymns that are sung each week.

Disclaimer:  I was proved a copy of this book by Thomas Nelson Publishers as a member of their Booksneeze program.  All opinions expressed are my own.

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One Response to “Then Sings My Soul” book review

  1. joyfulkasey says:

    Hi, I found your blog through booksneeze (I’m also a booksneeze blogger). I thought you might be interested in reviewing an ebook I’m releasing at the beginning of next month, “The Matthew 6:33 Piano teacher, how to teach piano for the glory of God” The book is written for Christians who are currently or interested in teaching music lessons. I’m a fairly new author so I will take all the reviews I can get : )If you’re interested please e-mail lessons from ivy at gmail dot com
    Thanks!

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