All for Jesus, All for Jesus", also titled as "All for Jesus! All for Jesus!" and originally titled "For the Love of Jesus", is an English Christian hymn. It was written in 1887 by W J Sparrow Simpson intended as the closing chorus of John Stainer's "The Crucifixion" oratorio. It started to be published as a separate hymn later in 1901. In 1887, Sparrow Simpson was the Church of England curate of Christ Church in Marylebone, London.
More popular than Jesus" is part of a remark made by John Lennon of the Beatles in a March 1966 interview, in which he argued that the public were more infatuated with his band than with Jesus, and that Christian faith was declining to the extent that it might be outlasted by rock music. His opinions drew no controversy when originally published in the London newspaper The Evening Standard, but drew angry reactions from Christian communities when republished in the United States that July.
I'm Singing For Jesus. Label: TSON Records – 205018. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Engineer – Pat Costa. Guitar – Edwin Detza. Keyboards – Nick Laudani (2). Producer – N-S Clareson Productions.
Artist: God's Singing Children. Album: Too Long in the Rain. Download God's Singing Children - What a Difference Jesus Can Make. Too Long in the Rain: Best 2 songs.
Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam. Lift High the Name of Jesus. Take the World, But Give Me Jesus. The Corpus Christi Male Chorale. Sing for Joy Festival Choir. God, You Made All Things for Singing.