Tag Archives: Carroll Roberson

By Request, ‘The Way’

Requested by Erlene, The Way, sung by Carroll Roberson.

The hymn shop is always open, open to all. Anyone can request a hymn. Just leave a comment anywhere on the blog, and we’ll do the rest.

By Request, ‘In My Father’s House’

Requested by Erlene (see how easy it is?)–In My Father’s House, by Carroll Roberson. “In my father’s house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you.” (John 14:2)

By Request, ‘A Moment of Time’

Requested by Erlene–A Moment of Time, by Carroll Roberson.

If you’re new here, we take hymn requests and all you have to do, to make one, is leave a comment anywhere on the blog. We’ll do the rest.

By Request, ‘He’s All That I Need’

Requested by Erlene: He’s All That I Need, by Carroll Roberson. Inspired by the 23rd Psalm. “Jesus is all that I have, and all that I need..”

By Request, ‘An Evening Prayer’

Let’s take a break from the nooze, shall we? Here’s something better.

Requested by Erlene, An Evening Prayer, sung by Carroll Roberson.

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

Requested by Erlene–Carroll Roberson sings, Lord, Take All That I Have. And what do we have, that we have no received from God?

Okay, that takes care of the hymn requests, the queue is empty–which means you can all make new requests. The hymn shop’s always open.

By Request, ‘He’s Still God’

Requested by Erlene, He’s Still God, by Carroll Roberson.

I’m sometimes asked when I take requests and post hymns on this blog.

Check out the nooze. Do you really need to ask?

By Request, ‘Living Water’

One of my favorite chapters in the Bible is John 4, in which Jesus meets the Samaritan woman at the well (“and he told me all things that ever I did!”) and tells her of the living water she can get from Him. This song is about that incident.

Requested by Erlene, Living Water by Carroll Roberson from his new album, Unchanging Love.

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

Requested by Erlene, Lord, Take All That I Have, by Carroll Roberson–

Take all that I have, Lord… and use it.

By Request, ‘One Pair of Hands’

Erlene asked for this one–One Pair of Hands, by Carroll Roberson.

There’s folklore out there that says this was also a “lost song” of Elvis Presley’s that was never recorded: not too hard to imagine that might be so. Easy to imagine Elvis singing it–which may be because of the way Carroll Roberson sings it.

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