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By Request, ‘Sitting at the Feet of Jesus’

Requested by Lydia–some of the girls from Fountainview Academy, visiting the Redwood Forest, California (that’s just one tree-trunk they’re sitting on!)–and Sitting at the Feet of Jesus.


By Request, ‘Sitting at the Feet of Jesus’

I can’t remember who requested this, but whoever it was, thank you–Sitting at the Feet of Jesus, by the Gaither Vocal Band.

Listen to the lyrics: they’re Biblical. “He is all my righteousness.” This is the foundation of our hope, our assurance of salvation.

‘Cause if we had to generate our own righteousness, we’d none of us make it.


By Request, ‘Sitting at the Feet of Jesus’

This for Erlene: Sitting at the Feet of Jesus, by the Gaither Vocal Band.

I don’t know why, but this hymn–if it were in a hymnal, it would be a hymn and not just “Christian music”–reminds me of Puddleglum in The Silver Chair, telling the Witch that even if everything she’s saying is true (which it isn’t), it’s funny how a couple of children playing a game can dream up a world “that licks your world hollow.”

Only thing is, we didn’t make up Jesus. God the Father, through Him, made us up.


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