By Request, ‘When You Call on Him’

Requested by Erlene (we pray she’s feeling better!)–When You Call on Him, by Carroll Roberson.

The hymn shop’s open all day, in case anybody out there would like to see another one.

By Request, ‘He Still Has the Scars’

Some hymn requests have piled up, and I’m going to post them one by one–starting with this request from Erlene, He Still Has the Scars, by Carroll Roberson.

We are in the Lent season now. Among the hardest duties of a Christian is to contemplate the crucifixion of our Savior

That was for our sakes.

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

This hymn by Carroll Roberson is based on Scripture: the story of Thomas’ doubt of Christ’s resurrection, told in John 20:26-29.

Requested by Erlene.

By Request: ‘An Evening Prayer’

Well, we do have a hymn request by now, from Erlene–An Evening Prayer, by Carroll Roberson.

Still wondering why no one viewed the morning’s hymn today…

By Request, ‘He’s Still God’

We have a hymn request from Erlene–He’s Still God, by Carroll Roberson. We need our hymns.

Anyone can make a hymn request. Just leave a comment anywhere on the blog–we’ll find it.

By Request, ‘One Pair of Hands’

Erlene requested this one–One Pair of Hands, sung by Carroll Roberson. Elvis Presley also sang it, but we do try to give you what you ask for.

By Request, ‘He’s Still God’

Before I write up any more nooze today–if I bother to do it at all–let me post his hymn requested by Erlene: He’s Still God, by Carroll Roberson.

Yes, we’re taking hymn requests. We’ll keep taking them till we get shut down.

By Request, ‘Come On, Ring Those Bells’

Requested by Erlene–Come On, Ring Those Bells, by Carroll Roberson with… is that Mrs. Roberson? I don’t know, but I’m sure some of you out there do. Please advise.

By Request, ‘What Began in a Manger’

Christmas isn’t over yet–not here, at any rate–and we still have a carol contest going.

Entered by Erlene–What Began in a Manger, by Carroll Roberson.

If you haven’t entered yet–well, the contest closes Dec. 31.

By Request, ‘I Believe in Christmas’

Erlene asked for this one–I Believe in Christmas, by Carroll Roberson.

Come on, now, everybody, let’s go to town on Christmas carols! We need Christmas this year–so keep those carols coming.