‘Our God Is an Awesome God’

You won’t get a crowd any more pumped up than they are for this–Our God Is an Awesome God, by Michael W. Smith. I’m also thinking about posting a hall full of Marines singing Days of Elijah. What do you think?

By Request, ‘Friends Are Friends Forever’

Requested by Thewhiterabbit, Friends Are Friends Forever, by Michael W. Smith.

I remember the friends of my early childhood–David, Ellen, Gary, Frank, Jimmy. All long gone now, two of them dead, the rest scattered all over the continent: I’m the only one who’s stayed put. I remember.

By Request, ‘Worthy Is the Lamb’

This song is taken from Revelation, Chapter 5.

Requested by SlimJim, sung by Michael W. Smith–Agnus Dei (“Lamb of God”).

We’re open to hymn requests all day, everybody. If you have a hymn you’d like to share, just let us know.

By Request, ‘Reckless Love’

We have a hymn request from Susan–Reckless Love, by Michael W. Smith. I do try to fulfill all hymn requests from readers, so please do keep them coming.

‘Our God Is an Awesome God’ (New!)

Well, this’ll shake the cobwebs loose. Requested by Susan–Michael W. Smith has a new rendition of Awesome God, complete with drum corps and a full orchestra, and an auditorium-full of worshipers singing along for all they’re worth. Yes, this is what we like to hear!

By Request, ‘Emmanuel’

My first thought was to limit the number of carols any reader, in one day, could enter into the Christmas Carol Contest. My second thought was, “Why should I do that?” The question having no answer, I’m going with unbridled liberty–enter as many times as you like! We’re not going to run out of Christmas carols!

So we have another entry by Erlene–Emmanuel, performed by Michael W. Smith.

Ooh, look at this… I don’t seem to have any space for nooze today.

‘Our God Is An Awesome God’

I haven’t posted this hymn in a while. Let me correct that fault right now–Our God Is an Awesome God, by Michael W. Smith.

There’s something to be said for a multitude of Christians all singing God’s praise under one roof. As I heard a wise lady once say: When the going gets tough… sing louder.

By Request, ‘Do It Again/Surrounded’

Requested by Susan, and spot-on suitable for the grim situation in which we find ourselves: Do It Again and Surrounded, played and recorded together by Michael W. Smith. I think we want to refer here to 2 Kings 6: 16-17, in which Elisha shows his servant God’s host of angels, invisibly poised to save them from the enemy.

By Request, ‘Friends Are Friends Forever’

Requested by Thewhiterabbit, Friends Are Friends Forever, by Michael W. Smith.

My best friend when I was a boy was Ellen, across the street. But of course her family moved away and that was that.

By Request, ‘Way Maker’

Our first hymn request of the day comes from SlimJim–Way Maker, a worship song by Michael W. Smith.

I don’t know if I’ll get around to doing any nooze today.