Tag Archives: worship songs

By Request, ‘He’s Still God’

Requested by Erlene, He’s Still God, by Carroll Roberson.

I’m sometimes asked when I take requests and post hymns on this blog.

Check out the nooze. Do you really need to ask?


By Request, ‘Ten Thousand Reasons’

Susan asked for this one, too, another clip from the Sing! Conference–Matt Redman, and Ten Thousand Reasons. Ten thousand reasons to bless the Lord, O my soul…


By Request, ‘Blessings’

Requested by Susan, introduced by Joni Eareckson Tada, and performed by Laura Story: Blessings.

Joni was paralyzed in a swimming pool accident as a teenager in 1967, and has served the Lord in her ministry for decades.


By Request, ‘Living Water’

One of my favorite chapters in the Bible is John 4, in which Jesus meets the Samaritan woman at the well (“and he told me all things that ever I did!”) and tells her of the living water she can get from Him. This song is about that incident.

Requested by Erlene, Living Water by Carroll Roberson from his new album, Unchanging Love.


By Request, ‘The Redeemed of the Lord Shall Return’

Requested by Erlene (see how easy it is, everybody? all you’ve gotta do is ask), The Redeemed of the Lord Shall Return, performed by Maranatha Music. This is actually Scripture set to music–Isaiah 35:10 and 51:11.


‘All Glory Be to Christ’

Usually I post this around Christmastime, but it was in my mind all yesterday afternoon, and I like to heed such promptings–All Glory Be to Christ, performed by King’s Kaleidoscope. Simple, but I find it very moving. Full of Scriptural echoes.


By Request, ‘Some Day’

Susan requested this hymn–Some Day by The Wintons, performing at Kiokee Baptist Church, Georgia. Beautiful harmony, don’t you think?

I’m told one of the Winton sons (it’s a father and his two sons) died the other day in an automobile accident, but I haven’t been able to find out any more about it.


By Request, ‘Oh, Lord, You’re Beautiful’

Requested by Erlene–O Lord, You’re Beautiful, by Keith Green: sung by J. Michael Finley. From the I Can Only Imagine movie soundtrack.

Update: Patty has been able to go out and do errands three days in a row, with no ill effects. She couldn’t have done it three weeks ago. Thank you all for your prayers; please keep them coming.


By Request, ‘The Midnight Cry’

Requested by Erlene, a worship song based on Revelation: The Midnight Cry, sung by John Jones.

I’m back from the doctor’s now because I was the first one there this morning. I’m all right, he says.

While I was there, Patty went out and did a couple of errands. She hasn’t been able to do that for months! Thank you, everybody, for your prayers; and thank you, Lord Jesus, for hearing them.


By Request, ‘God Is My Redeemer’

Requested by Joshua, God Is My Redeemer, by GLAD. Sung a capella with skill and discipline that awes me–all in God’s service and to His praise. I was in a choir once, but they just had me stand in the back row and move my lips.


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