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Be Thou My Vision (album)

Be Thou My Vision
Studio album by Debby Boone
Released 1989
Label Benson
Debby Boone chronology

Love Put a Song in My Heart
Be Thou My Vision

Be Thou My Vision is a 1989 album by Debby Boone. This turned out to be her final studio album of the 20th century, and other than Home for Christmas, she would not produce new material until 2005's Reflections of Rosemary.

The album peaked at #23 on the Top Contemporary Christian albums chart.

Track listing

  1. All Creatures Of Our God And King
  2. The Lord Is In His Holy Temple/Holy Holy Holy
  3. O Sacred Head Now Wounded
  4. Let Us Break Bread Together
  5. Joyful Joyful We Adore Thee
  6. I Will Sing Of My Redeemer
  7. The Lord's Prayer
  8. It Is Well With My Soul
  9. Crown Him With Many Crowns/Christ The Lord Is Risen Today
  10. Be Thou My Vision


In 2000, Curb re-released this record as Greatest Hymns. As of December 2008, online Web seller "Amazon" sells the MP3s for the album under the new name and notes that the old album, upon a search, is "discontinued".

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