‘My Worth Is Not in What I Own’

Written by Keith and Kristyn Getty, we have My Worth Is Not In What I Own as a solo by Lindsay Kirkland, “Sounds Like Reign.”

You’d think the lesson would be obvious. But has it ever been?

By Request, ‘I Surrender All’

How about a bonus hymn? Requested by Erlene, I Surrender All–a classic hymn from 1896, sung by Carroll Roberson.

Our Lord Jesus Christ is the light of the world.

‘My Sun and Shield’ (Christian Blogger)

In an effort to combat censorship, I showcase work by other Christian bloggers. Big Tech is trying to squeeze us off the Internet: we really must uphold each other!

Godinterest.com offers us “My Sun and Shield,” a quite little homily by Pastor Ray Patrick.

My Sun And Shield

The text is Psalm 84:11.

If you’re a Christian blogger and you’d like me to post your work now and then, please just let me know! There is no charge for this service. Really, with Big Tech trying to cut us off from our audience, we must help each other!

‘All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name’

This is a hymn that needs to be sung again and again, loudly–that the Lord might use His power, and save us: All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name. What name will the enemy invoke against it?

Come on, everybody–let’s have some hymn requests.

(Sung by Blue Rock Mennonite Youth)

‘Nearer, My God, to Thee’

This was the first hymn to come along today, so I’m posting it–Nearer, My God, to Thee, sung by the Sharon Mennonite Singers.

We have hymns here because we really do need to be nearer our God–in every way.

By Request, ‘Standing on the Promises of God’

I’m happy to bring you this hymn, Standing on the Promises of God–requested by Phoebe, sung by Alan Jackson. Make a joyful noise unto the Lord!

By Request, ‘Oh, Happy Day’

Requested by Susan–Korean Soul singing Oh, Happy Day. They’ve got their American accents down pat, both singing and talking.

And there are, by the way, a lot of Christians in South Korea–part of our family.

Weird Stuff Happening with This Blog

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Ever get the feeling everyone in town just snuck away and left you?

We’re closing in on another month featuring a loss of some 2,000 views compared to the same month last year. WordPress insists there’s nothing wrong. Honk if you believe that.

Some of you have found it practically impossible to get your comments published. I believe you, but I can’t explain it. Some of those comments that frustrated you actually wound up being published–don’t ask me how.

Although I have readers in every time zone on the planet, for some unknown reason, every night around 7 or 8 p.m. EST, viewer traffic here stops just about dead. Why should that be?

This kind of thing has happened to so many Christian and conservative bloggers, we just have to believe Big Tech is doing it on purpose. They’re afraid to ban us all outright, so they employ algorithms to cut back our viewership; they make our posts harder to find on search engines. They get away with this because it’s what our unlawful phony Democrat regime wants them to do.

Well… if we could somehow average 400 views a day for the last five days of June, we’d catch up to one of last year’s months. Last November and December, we were hitting that target every day. Now… never.

Christian bloggers, ahoy! We have to stick together. We have to support each other.

I think the way to do that is for each of us to display posts by other Christian bloggers on our own blogs. If you have a Christian blog and would like me to display one of your posts now and then, please just let me know! There will be no charge for this. It’ll cost you nothing but a few minutes of your time.

Let’s at least try to defeat the censors!

‘Bringing in the Sheaves’

We can’t do better than this to start our day–a great old-fashioned hymn, Bringing in the Sheaves.

I wonder how many people even know what sheaves are, these days.

And Burl Ives is well worth remembering, too.

Sanity Break: Singing to Your Donkey

Enough nooze for now! How about, instead, a brief glimpse into paradise?

This is the kind of thing, I’m sure, that God has in store for us when He regenerates His whole creation. There are times when that seems very far from ever happening. That’s why God the Father gives us glimpses of it.

Walk by faith, think by faith, and live by faith.

No other way will work.