By Request, ‘Sometimes Alleluia’

Off to a slow and very late start today: last night featured just about the foulest weather I’ve ever seen.

But–here’s a hymn. Requested by Erlene, Chuck Girard sings Sometimes Alleluia.

And the hymn shop is now open. Better late than never.

By Request, ‘Sometimes Alleluia’

I open the blog this morning to find WordPress has changed the blog’s format again and hardly anybody’s here.

So let’s start with this hymn requested by Erlene, Sometimes Alleluia, by Chuck Girard.

The hymn shop will be open all day.

By Request, ‘Sometimes Alleluia’

Let’s start the day with a hymn request from Erlene–Sometimes Alleluia, by Chuck Girard.

If you have a favorite hymn or worship song you’d like to share, just leave a comment anywhere and we’ll do the rest.

By Request: ‘Sometimes Alleluia’

Linda asked for this one: Sometimes Alleluia, by Chuck Girard.

For those of you who are new to this site, we take hymn requests every day. If you have a favorite hymn or worship song you’d like to see posted here, don’t be  bashful–leave a comment and let us know.

By Request, ‘Sometimes Alleluia

Our sister Linda Sorci has requested this hymn–Sometimes Alleluia, sung by Chuck Girard–and along with it, let’s keep praying for her: because Our Lord Jesus Christ at various times taught us to be persistent in our prayers, and because Linda and her husband Michael need our prayers right now.

O Lord Our God, deliver your servants out of trouble! In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Encore, ‘Sometimes Alleluia’

I posted this back in February, but some of you said you’d like to hear it again–Sometimes Alleluia, by Chuck Girard.

Now, don’t anyone be mad at me, I shoulda known this would happen–but some of the hymn requests seem to have gotten lost in the shuffle. It doesn’t mean I rejected any of them. This has grown into a bigger project than I anticipated, so I now know I should keep a separate record of hymn requests. Starting now.

By Request, ‘Sometimes Alleluia’

Before I go rushing off to the nursing home to see my aunt–she misses the caregiver, a woman from Ghana, who devotedly tended to her and her sisters for going on twenty years, and there’s nothing I can do about that–let me post this, requested by Linda: Sometimes Alleluia, by Chuck Girard.

It’s hard to learn how to just lean on Jesus’ everlasting arms. I haven’t got the hang of it yet. I am glad He is patient with me.