“My Sweet Lord” is a song by English musician and former Beatle George Harrison that was released in November 1970 on his triple album All Things Must Pass. Also issued as a single, Harrison’s first as a solo artist, “My Sweet Lord” topped charts worldwide and was the biggest-selling single of 1971 in the UK. […]Read More MY SWEET LORD
“Day by Day” is a song from the 1971 Stephen Schwartz and John-Michael Tebelak musical Godspell. Day by Day is the third song in the show’s score and it is also reprised as the closing number for the 1973 film version. Its refrain follows a prayer ascribed to the 13th-century English bishop Saint Richard […]Read More DAY BY DAY from Godspell
Our voices, our service, and our abilities are to be employed, primarily, for the glory of God.”~Billy Graham~ Billy Graham knew this well. For over … GUEST POST: HONORING GOD IN ALL THAT WE DO!Read More GUEST POST: HONORING GOD IN ALL THAT WE DO!
kpfamilybirthcenter.org My cover for public domain video” Newborn Baby in ICU Worshipping As Mom Sings! God is so good! Even this baby knows to worship Him! Praise God somebody. This channel Great Gospel Songs, Sermons, Praise Break and Testimony Videos is dedicated to the Worship and Praise of Our Father God, the Lord Jesus and […]Read More A Newborn Baby Praising God!
“How Great Thou Art” is a Christian hymn that has roots that go back to the 1880s. The song was originally a poem written by Carl Gustav Boberg of Sweden. It was later translated into English by Stuart K. Hine, who then added additional lyrics. In the ’50s, Manna Music of California purchased the song and also made some minor […]Read More Carrie Underwood “How Great Thou Art”
It is a song that many know, but few know much about. The meaning of “Hallelujah,” a popular masterpiece of music, is perhaps best understood through its complex history. This song has a long and fascinating story behind it–one that is marked by a tragedy eerily befitting this mournful masterpiece. It was an under-appreciated work […]Read More “Hallelujah – Julia Westlin (ACAPELLA)”