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By Request, ‘The Lighthouse’

Requested by Erlene, a Gospel favorite, The Lighthouse–I hope you like this rendition of it by the Florida Boys.

The metaphor of the Christian faith as a lighthouse–well, it could hardly be more powerful, could it?


By Request, ‘The Lighthouse’

Erlene asked to hear this again–The Lighthouse, by John Starnes. God knows we all need a lighthouse; and the good news is, we’ve got one, complete with lifeboat crews, emergency medical teams, and rehab service: Our Lord Jesus Christ.


By Request, ‘The Lighthouse’

Suggested by Erlene: The Lighthouse, by John Starnes. “If it wasn’t for the lighthouse, then where would this ship be?”


By Request, ‘The Lighthouse’

I think I may have posted this once before, but Erlene asked for it today, so here it is–The Lighthouse, performed by John Starnes. Some of these pictures, by the way, are gorgeous.


By Request, ‘The Lighthouse’

Caught up on my hymn requests today–here’s The Lighthouse, for Erlene.

I do like the comparison of Jesus Christ Our Lord to a lighthouse. I also like the use of the harmonica in this rendition. You all should hear me play Hyfrydol on my uncle’s old Marine Band harmonica–but my grasp of the applicable technology is much to feeble to make that come to pass.


Christian Music, ‘The Lighthouse’

Suggested by Erlene, here’s John Starnes singing The Lighthouse.

What’s the difference between “Christian music” and a hymn? I think it’s only that hymns are in a hymnal and “Christian music” isn’t.

And I wonder how many of our beloved classic hymns would make it into the hymnals, if they were written nowadays.


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