Listen to this beautiful gospel song of the legendary country music artist Merle Haggard entitled “He Walks With Me.” It’s amazing how the LORD Jesus speaks through a song and even touch lives of famous country singers like Merle Haggard. What a beautiful version! Be blessed. Merle Haggard is a popular icon of Country Music. He […]
Watch this beautiful version of Carrie Underwood singing this popular hymn “Softly and Tenderly.” She performed this song sometime in November 2017 as part of the “In Memoriam” segment, which culminated in a tribute to the fifty-eight Route 91 shooting victims, at the 51st annual CMA Awards. Be blessed and feel free to share. God […]
The Gaither Vocal Band performed this beautiful medley of their classic songs at the Dove Awards! They started with “There’s Something About That Name,” then they transitioned to “He Touched Me,” and ended with “Because He Lives.” It was a solid performance and watch how the live audience reacted! Be blessed! “The Gaither Vocal Band […]
Never build your case for forgiveness on the idea that God is our Father and He will forgive us because He loves us. That contradicts the revealed truth of God in Jesus Christ.
How can we boast of anything that we have done? The Bible clearly speaks that our good works are like filthy rags. We are depraved as our lives are full of sin. We know that sin separates us from God for He is holy. We will certainly be consumed and not able to stand in […]
The Gaither Vocal Band wonderfully sang this old hymn penned by Frederick M. Lehman, entitled “The Love of God.” Lehmam was a California businessman that lost everything through business reverses and was forced to spend his working hours in manual labor. He was working in a Pasadena packing house packing oranges and lemons into wooden […]
Be blessed by this soulful rendition of multi-awarded famous country singer, Alan Jackson, of one of the most popular hymns How Great Thou Art. This hymn was written in the home of author and editor, Carl Boberg, a member of the Swedish Parliament from 1912 to 1931. The song was known in several countries before […]