By Request: ‘Lord, Take All That I Have’

We have a hymn request from Erlene to start the day–Lord, Take All That I Have, by Carroll Roberson. The computer’s being awkward and rebellious this morning, but I think I’ve finally got the post ready for viewing.

By Request, ‘I Asked the Lord’

We have a hymn request from Erlene–I Asked the Lord, by Carroll Roberson. And we have room for another, if anybody’s out there.

P.S. to Erlene–I didn’t know it yet, when I posted it, but this hymn, too, turned out to be wonderfully appropriate for me today.

By Request, ‘One Pair of Hands’

Requested by Erlene: One Pair of Hands, sung by Carroll Roberson. Background sets by God the Father, the work of His hands.

By Request, ‘Do You Go To Church to Worship?’

From Boca Grande Island, Florida–Do You Go to Church to Worship?, sung by Carroll Roberson. Actually, the whole line is, “Do you go to church to worship… or pretend?”

Requested by Erlene.

By Request, ‘He Still Has the Scars’

I can hardly bear to imagine the sufferings of Our Lord, His crucifixion. But it was the only way He could save our fallen world. Yes–we’re fallen that far.

Requested by Erlene–He Still Has the Scars, by Carroll Roberson.

By Request, ‘I Surrender All’

We have a hymn request from Erlene–I Surrender All, by Carroll Roberson.

(It’s hot, hot, hot here today! Makes the bright flowers in this video all the more appealing.)

By Request, ‘He Looked Beyond My Fault’

Requested by Erlene–He Looked Beyond My Fault (and Saw My Need), sung by Carroll Roberson. If you’ve never heard the hymn, but it sounds familiar, you probably know the melody as “Danny Boy.”

 

By Request, ‘I Asked the Lord’

We have a hymn request from Erlene to start the day–I Asked the Lord, by Carroll Roberson. (I hope this video doesn’t freeze: I wanted you to enjoy the garden.)

I ought to post something special for Good Friday. Any suggestions?

By Request, ‘May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You’

Look at that–almost let another hymn request slip through the cracks. I’m just not that sharp today. Must be the weather. Still, better late than never.

Requested by Erlene, May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You, by Carroll Roberson. And I don’t think this turned out to be such a bad place to put it. (So don’t be mad at me!)

By Request, ‘A Moment of Time’

Do I do enough nooze? I mean, I try to draw the line at knowing the names of the politicians’ lawyers, stuff like that… Must think it over.

We have a hymn request from Erlene–A Moment of Time, by Carroll Roberson.

(Oh, look at that! 12:10 already, How will I ever catch up?)