Ah! another entry in our carol contest.
Requested by Erlene: Wise Men Follow Him, by Carroll Roberson.
True, I haven’t yet described the prize in this contest. Simply imagine the most luxurious, desirable thing you can… and then tone it down a lot.
We have a hymn request from Erlene (if I receive them at night, I hold them over to the morning)–I Surrender All, by Carroll Roberson.
The ol’ hymn shop’s open for business, everybody.
We haven’t seen Erlene around here for a couple days, and that’s so unusual, we can’t help worrying. Please, everybody, pray for her safety.
Then again, maybe her computer just conked out.
Whatever the case, this one’s for you, Erlene: your favorite songster, Carroll Roberson, and Take My Hand, Precious Lord.
(That crystal-clear brook really does it for me!)
Requested by Erlene–Make Me Holy for You, by Carroll Roberson.
Gee, it’d be nice to have so many animals around! (From a suburban boy who hasn’t had the pleasure of petting and kissing a cow since he was five years old.) Where did that cat go?
Requested by Erlene, How Great Thou Art, sung by Carroll Roberson (and what a job he does!).
This was one of my mother’s favorite hymns, and I can’t hear anybody sing it without hearing her sing it, too. It’s one of those things you don’t forget.
Finally this mess has been straightened out so that readers can send in hymn requests. There are still some problems with this site, but we’re working on it.
Requested by Erlene: I Asked the Lord, by Carroll Roberson.
Our friend Erlene was under the weather two days ago and I was worried for her; but she’s somewhat better now–and WordPress has not allowed her to post comments. We are still working on this problem!
Meanwhile, we have this–for her, and all the rest of us–What a Friend We Have in Jesus, sung by Mrs. Carroll Roberson, Donna.
I’ve got to go to the eye doctor this morning, but first things first. We have a hymn request from Erlene–Take , My Hand, Precious Lord, sung by Carroll Roberson–so here it is.
Requested by Erlene: The Savior Is Waiting, by Carroll Roberson.
Hey, out there! If you have a favorite hymn you’d like to share, just let us know.
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.