A wonderful reminder that everything is in our sweet Lord’s hands. If you’re not on the train, now’s the time to get on. If you’re on the train, it’s not too late to warn, beseech and encourage.
This happy song was recorded in 1940 by the Blue Sky Boys. Can you catch all of the words spelled?
“These things have I spoken unto you, that my joy might remain in you, and that your joy might be full.
This hymn was recorded by Red Foley in 1951. It was the first gospel recording to sell a million records. The song itself was written by Tommy Dorsey in 1939.
OF the fifty-nine elegant hymns written by Bishop Heber none are so widely known or so frequently sung as his missionary hymn. In 1819, a royal letter authorized collections to be taken in every church and chapel in England connected with the establishment, in furtherance of the Society for Propagating the Gospel.