For years I've listened to this messy recording of a bunch of men singing during Clearnote Church, Bloomington's evening worship sometime back around 2002 or so (when the church was still called "Church of the Good Shepherd"). At the time we had a weekly men's Bible study that met at the Goat Farm in the room above the stalls in the barn. We prayed, studied the Bible, and sang, and our (maybe only my) favorite hymn was "The God of Abraham Praise."
One night on the spur of the moment we sang it together at Sunday evening worship. As I recall, there was a mic hanging from the ceiling in our sanctuary at the time. With no prep our sound men recorded it and listening to that recording has been an inspiration to me countless times, since. One brother whose voice carries the group has since made shipwreck of his faith. As you listen to his manly tenor, would you please pray for his return?
Every young man needs to be taught this hymn so he can sing it from memory. It's a perfect antidote to everything evil in our day leading young men to forsake the Church's patrimony and God's patriarchs and patriarchy.