This was a special request from Erlene, and I hope I’ve got it right–In His Time, profusely illustrated with flowers, butterflies, and birds. With all this beauty in a fallen world, what will the restored and regenerated Creation be like?
Come you, you’ve got to love butterflies and flowers!
Getting back to Your Favorite Hymns, this is In His Time, by Maranatha! Latin. I can’t resist all those butterflies. God’s handiwork should indeed inspire us to grateful prayer.
Erlene asked for this one–In His Time, by Maranatha! Music. I couldn’t resist the butterflies–among the most beautiful and captivating of all God’s creatures.
I was steeling myself to write about last night’s Democrat debate, and the $200 trillion-plus deluxe fun-pack they trotted out–it grows on trees, y’know–when I spotted this hymn request from Erlene and decided to do that instead. I hope too many of you don’t mind.
In His Time, performed by Menchie Pancho with the St. Joseph’s Children’s Choir–and beautiful photos featuring God’s handiwork.
I think I chose wisely.
Thanks to Erlene for suggesting this: In His Time. I don’t know who sings it, but whoever selected the photos deserves a round of applause.
Why butterflies and flowers? Like Mr. Nature says, it’s God’s stuff, it always works, it’s good for us–and it’s God’s way of letting us know He’s never farther than a prayer away. And sometimes even closer than that.
Today’s worship song, suggested by Erlene: In His Time, sung back Jack Searle and the Maranatha Singers. This rendition is from 1980.
Remember, everybody, the hymn shop is always open. If there’s a favorite hymn or piece of worship music that you’d like to see posted here, just let me know.