Erlene suggested this song for today, I Know Who Holds Tomorrow, sung by Carroll Roberson. The realization that God holds tomorrow in His hands–that no sparrow falls without the Father–is a comfort.
When you read the next post, you’ll see why we need it.
Erlene asked for this worship song by Carroll Roberson, I Know God Put ‘Em There (sorry, Erlene, I couldn’t find the other one you asked for).
If you’re new to this blog: we like to start every day with a hymn, and we take requests. So if there’s a hymn or worship song you’d like to see posted here, just let us know.
Requested by Erlene, as an antidote to the grim and evil news of these days–He Still Has the Scars, by Carroll Roberson.
As a sinner I would not dare to pray, but for my faith in God’s word, that His sovereign grace has covered me with Christ’s righteousness. By His stripes we are healed.
Erlene asked for this one, An Evening Prayer by Carroll Roberson. Beautiful voice, beautiful lyrics–and Biblically sound.
If you’re new to this blog, we take hymn requests daily. If there’s a hymn you’d like to see posted here, just let us know.
He’s Still God by Carroll Roberson, requested by Erlene–may it make for a pleasant and prayerful start to your day.
For those of you who are new to this blog, we take requests for the daily hymn. So if you have a favorite hymn you’d like to see posted here, just let us know.
This is from Carroll Roberson’s new album, requested by Erlene–a worship song based on Scripture, Blessed Are Those Who’ve Never Seen. It’s what Jesus said to Thomas after the apostle said he wouldn’t believe until he’d seen for himself the evidence of Christ’s death and resurrection. (John 20:29)
And it’s what He says to us.
Here’s the other hymn requested by Erlene: Lord, Take All That I Have, performed by Carroll Roberson.
Folks, the hymn shop is open all day, every day. If there’s any hymn you’d like to see posted here, so you can share it with others, just let me know.
Here is My Prayer Today, sung by Carroll Roberson, requested by Erlene, whose computer has been fixed. I said I’d post it tomorrow, but why wait?
And our first hymn request of 2017 comes from Erlene, and here it is–A Moment of Time, performed by Carroll Roberson.
See, everybody? It’s easy. If there’s a hymn you’d like to share, don’t be shy, just say so.
This is the other worship song Erlene requested yesterday–He’s Enough, by Carroll Roberson.
It is with a certain amount of difficulty that I refrain from writing about electoral Weinerized politics today. So I’m going to give you an extra hymn instead.