#PalmSunday Music Review- Anthem Lights: I Need Thee Every Hour hymn

Anthem Lights brought us their Hymn Medley Part 1 and Part 2. This time, they take one a single one in I Need Thee Every Hour. It is one of the most enduring hymns of all time. The hymnal was written by Annie S. Hawks and Robert Lowry in 1872. You can hear it in churches and temples to this day.

The hymn is about not putting your faith in your own self, but being humble and admitting that you need Jesus Christ in your life. It is not about living for yourself, but about living for something greater than anything. The boys of Anthem Lights perfectly capture this in their latest cover. They sing it with such beauty and passion it is amazing. Their voices hit you right in the heart as they sing. The music video is simple and humble just like the original hymn.

This is a powerful and wonderful praise and worship song that gives all the glory to God on this Palm Sunday.

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