By Request, ‘Blessed Are Those Who’ve Never Seen’

Ah, an entry into our hymn contest, from Erlene–Blessed Are Those Who’ve Never Seen, by Carroll Roberson.

I wonder why we can’t get entries from more than just a few readers. Why does it so often turn out that way?

BTW, that stream Carroll Roberson is visiting–I do wish I could go there and soak my feet in cold running water!

4 comments on “By Request, ‘Blessed Are Those Who’ve Never Seen’

  1. Thank you for posting, as I know you have before, but I love this so very much because the Lord spoke these very words to me not long ago, and that was before this song was even played far as I know. I know it isn’t a huge choir, organ and stained glass window type of music, but it has greater meaning for me than any of that (although there is nothing wrong with that type of hymn). I knew the moment He spoke this to me that it was Scripture, but I had to run and look it up the moment I got home. Two days later, I heard this song for the first time. It means the world to me.

  2. Great lyrics. It makes me think of a statement I have heard several times recently by preachers trying to encourage their flocks to be about our Father’s business. The preached it is time to get off of your blessed assurance and get to work!

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