By Request, ‘Because He Lives’

Requested by “Thewhiterabbit”: this is the Gaither Vocal Band, with help from their live audience, going to town on Because He Lives. We start another blogging day with praise of the Lord.

‘By the Mark’

We have this from my chess buddy, “Ohio Chess Fan”–By the Mark, performed by Dailey and Vincent, presented by Bill and Gloria Gaither.

Remember, the hymn shop’s open all day, open to all. If you have a favorite hymn you’d like to share, just let us know.

By Request, ‘Great Are You, Lord’

When I great hymn request at night, I hold it over to the next morning. I can’t keep track of everybody’s time zones.

Requested by SlimJim, Great Are You, Lord, performed by All Sons & Daughters.

Keep ’em coming, folks. It’s snowing and icing and sleeting out, and I seem to be stuck here today–might as well work, can’t get to the grocery store.

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, ‘He Is Here’

Requested by Erlene–He Is Here, by the Gaither Group with the Eden Strings Quartet. Nice and soothing, just what we need.

Now I’d better go out and clear my car in case we need it tomorrow.

By Request, ‘Great Is Thy Faithfulness’

We have a hymn request from “Thewhiterabbit”–Great Is Thy Faithfulness, sung by Chris Rice.

And we have a weather report of more snow here tomorrow. Ulp!

By Request, ‘Let the Words of My Mouth’

I just remember I have to write Newswithviews today! But first a hymn, requested by Joshua–Let the Words of My Mouth, by Fernando Ortega: from Psalm 19:14 and Phillipians 4:8. Background sets by God the Father. Thank you, Joshua: this is good for us.

By Request, ‘Midnight Cry’

Well, let’s see if we can brighten up the corner where we are–with this hymn requested by Erlene, Midnight Cry by John Starnes.

I believe that God can fix this mess, and that He will let us enter into His labors. We have to listen for His voice.