Were you able to watch last week's wedding episode? If not, it's available for purchase on iTunes and Amazon. If you tuned in, you heard the beautiful rendition of "Come Thou Fount" that was playing over the church speakers as Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo lit their unity candle. (They ran into a small roadblock when the two smaller candles turned out to be stuck to the display, so they grabbed a nearby lighter.)
Who performed the song, you ask? It's an old hymn written by Robert Robinson, a 22-year-old man who lost his father as a young child and lived a dark teenage life, in 1757. (The lyrics have changed over the years, but you can find the original words on my blog, NashvilleWife.com.)
The rendition played at Jinger and Jeremy's wedding was arranged by Page CXVI, Jeremy's favorite band. They performed it live.
In case you want to listen to the song again, we have embedded the official music video below. Visit PageCXVI.com to purchase the band's albums. ("Come Thou Fount is found on the "Hymns" CD.)
Photo courtesy TLC, Video courtesy Page CXVI