Songs in love with JESUS



Songs sang in praise are a uplifting source for the meek souls to revive. Let there be light in our lives and God's love shine throughout this shrewd world...let Christians shine in Christ's light!

Patsy Cline sang many sweet songs till her death, and I am privileged to hear them too..she made my heart to feel peace...

Beholding Glory

Sunday Hymn

God have been so faithful and all of us are overjoyed with budding testimonies among the brethren. Each week passes by swiftly and we are blessed by just hearing the word of God and the impact it has to some of the faithful children of God! Thank you Father for another year of favour!

I will continue to stand by my FATHER and my FATHER by me..

. morning devotion
. prepared african beans for lunch
. to church for prayers
. greeted mom
. lovely night with family
. 3am prayer

When the storms of life are raging,
Stand by me (stand by me);
When the storms of life are raging,
Stand by me (stand by me);
When the world is tossing me
Like a ship upon the sea
Thou Who rulest wind and water,
Stand by me (stand by me).

In the midst of tribulation,
Stand by me (stand by me);
In the midst of tribulation,
Stand by me (stand by me);
When the hosts of hell assail,
And my strength begins to fail,
Thou Who never lost a battle,
Stand by me (stand by me).

In the midst of faults and failures,
Stand by me (stand by me);
In the midst of faults and failures,
Stand by me (stand by me);
When I do the best I can,
And my friends misunderstand,
Thou Who knowest all about me,
Stand by me (stand by me).

In the midst of persecution,
Stand by me (stand by me);
In the midst of persecution,
Stand by me (stand by me);
When my foes in battle array
Undertake to stop my way,
Thou Who sav├Ęd Paul and Silas,
Stand by me (stand by me).

When I’m growing old and feeble,
Stand by me (stand by me);
When I’m growing old and feeble,
Stand by me (stand by me);
When my life becomes a burden,
And I’m nearing chilly Jordan,
O Thou “Lily of the Valley,”
Stand by me (stand by me).









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