Thomas believed in Jesus because he saw the wounds in His hands and feet and side; but Jesus said, as the hymn tells us, “Blessed are those who have not seen, and believe.”
Requested by Erlene, Blessed Are Those Who’ve Never Seen, by Carroll Roberson.
Enough already with the politics! Happily, a hymn request popped up. Let’s go there instead.
Requested by Erlene, The Love of God, by the Gaither Vocal Band. Wow! Can these guys sing, or what? Make a joyful noise unto the Lord!
Susan asked for this one, after having heard it for the first time in church this weekend: May the Mind of Christ My Savior, by Jake Amerding.
If you’re new here, we take hymn requests every day. If you have a hymn you’d like to share, make your request by leaving a comment anywhere. If I can find the video, I’ll post it.
You didn’t think I’d let New Year’s Eve pass without posting this, did you? All Glory Be to Christ: words by Dustin Kensrue, performed by Kings Kaleidoscope, to the tune of “Auld Lang Syne.”
May the glory of our Lord cover the earth as the water covers the sea.
Requested by Erlene–Do You Have Room for Jesus?, by Carroll Roberson with his wife, Donna… and some of God’s clean, soft snow.
This is Erlene’s hymn request that I was too tired to post last night–It’s Christmas Time All Over the World, by Carroll Roberson. Sorry, but after supper, I just folded. So here it is today.
Yes, we’re back–in one piece. There were only a few kamikazes on the Parkway today, and they weren’t able to get us. We had a nice time and a nice dinner with my brother and sister, and now we’re home: we thank the Lord for that.
And to all of you who showed up here today, while we were out, thank you very much, and Merry Christmas!
Requested by Erlene–Beautiful Star of Bethlehem, sung by Ben Speer, with the Gaither group.
Now all I have to do is clean the cat boxes, vacuum the living room, and set up our tree. But we won’t trim it till tomorrow.
I’ve gone as far as I can go today toward catching up on your Christmas hymn requests. But tomorrow we’ll have more!
Requested by Erlene–Christmas Means Heaven to Me, by Carroll Roberson.
Requested by Allison (“Weavingword”), How Many Kings, performed by Downhere.
The lyrics tell it all. The Son of God, the only rightful king, stepped down from His throne in heaven to be born a baby in a manger, and humbled Himself to the point of dying on the cross–for us. For us.
Requested by Erlene, Wise Men Follow Him, by Carroll Roberson. We seem to be on the subject of the Wise Men today. Well, why not? But Matthew does say they found the baby Jesus and His family in “the house”–they weren’t in the manger anymore, by then.
We have a new leader in our Christmas carol contest–40 views! That’ll be tough to beat, but we’re here to let you try.