Requested by Janet, Whispering Hope. I hope you like the way Jim Reeves sings it.
I still haven’t caught up to the hour we lost to daylight savings time: that’s why I’m late.
We have two requests today, so we’ll have another hymn for you in a little while.
Here’s one from the list of Your Favorite Hymns–This World Is Not My Home, sung by Jim Reeves.
We’re more than halfway down the list, so now would be a good time to starting loading up the cart again.
Phoebe asked for this hymn–Take My Hand, Precious Lord, by Jim Reeves. She’s feeling a little under the weather today, so let’s remember to include her in our prayers.
Erlene’s not feeling well today, so please keep her in your prayers. Meanwhile, she has requested this hymn–Have Thine Own Way, Lord, sung by Jim Reeves.
Please, Father, revive and refresh your servant, Erlene, and sweeten her day. In Jesus’ name, Amen.
Suggested by Erlene: Whispering Hope, by Jim Reeves (what a mellow voice he had!). And it’s so infernally hot here today, I kind of love the snow imagery.
Y’know, some of you have been here for years without ever requesting a hymn. You know I wind up repeating myself, when the hymn choice is all left up to me.
If you’re new–well, we post one or two hymns every day, you can request as many as you please, and if you have a hymn you’d like to share, just “Leave a Reply” or comment anywhere, and we’ll do the rest.
It’s been a long time since I’ve heard this hymn, Have Thine Own Way, Lord, sung here by Jim Reeves. Written by Adelaide Tollard, 1907.
Suggested by Erlene, It Is No Secret What God Can Do, sung by Jim Reeves–and thank you so much, Erlene: it was kind of nice for me to hear this, just now. Very comforting! And very nice to have you back with us.
Erlene thought this would be good for us–Whispering Hope, by Jim Reeves. I guess she was right! Halfway through, the hospital called with unexpected good news…
Erlene says our prayers are already working for her, which we’re all very glad to hear, and has requested this hymn, Have Thine Own Way, Lord, sung by Jim Reeves. And we’re very glad to post it.
Remember, everybody, especially if you’re new to this blog–we take both hymn requests and prayer requests, and happy to do it.