Tag Archives: Don Moen

By Request, ‘Give Thanks’

Erlene asked for Give Thanks, by Don Moen. We have Don and friends in a live worship session.

Counting your blessings can take quite a long time. Try it and see. Betcha can’t finish…

By Request, ‘Our Father Who Art in Heaven’

This hymn request just in from Linda, Our Father Who Art in Heaven, by Don Moen (I’m racing to get this in before my computer goes kablooey). We’re so glad to have Linda back with us!

By Request, ‘I am the God that Healeth Thee’

Erlene requested this one, I am the God that Healeth Thee, by Don Moen. I don’t know about you, but my prayer list seems to keep on growing, and most of those prayers are for healings. Without you, Lord, there is no healing.

By Request, ‘Our Father Who Art in Heaven’

This hymn request fell through the cracks once, but now we’ve got it: Our Father Who Art in Heaven, by Don Moen, requested by Linda.

I try to take all the requests I get, folks; so if there’s a favorite hymn or worship song you’d like to share here, don’t be shy, just let us know.

By Request, ‘I Am the God that Healeth Thee’

Requested by Erlene, I Am the God that Healeth Thee, by Don Moen: there aren’t many chapters in the Gospels in which Our Lord Jesus Christ isn’t healing someone. All healing comes from Him. Unbelievers think we’re crazy for believing this: but I think you’d be hard-put to find a physician who has never seen a healing that he never thought could happen.

‘Thank You, Lord’ (Don Moen)

My friend “OhioChessFan” posted this on my chess page yesterday–Thank You, Lord by Don Moen. Well, we can’t thank God enough–not just for big things, but for little things, too.

By Request, ‘I Am the God That Healeth Thee’

There is no healing that does not come from God.

I Am the God That Healeth Thee, by Don Moen, requested by Erlene: pray for healing all around.

Bonus Hymn: ‘I Surrender All’

I hope you don’t mind an extra hymn this morning. This one’s special to Erlene, who’s been humming it today: I Surrender All, sung by Don Moen. But of course it’s for all of us together.

By Request, ‘Our Father’ by Don Moen

I hope you folks out there like these hymns and worship songs as much as I do.

Here, requested by Linda, is Don Moen with Our Father.

Oh, let’s feed on God’s love! Feed and grow strong.

Hymn, ‘Our Father Who Art in Heaven’

By reader request, here’s Our Father Who Art in Heaven, performed by Don Moen.

I don’t know when this happened in my life, but at some point not too long ago, I began to perceive that God is a person. That’s why He made us persons, in His image. And this changed everything.

He couldn’t love us if He weren’t a person; but He is, so He does.

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