Voice of the Shepherd – New Video

The Lord is my Shepherd I shall not want. He makes me to lie down in green pastures. He leads me beside the still waters. He restores my soul. Psalm 23:1-2

I am so grateful for my Good Shepherd Jesus Christ. He sought me and found me. Then He has watched over me and protected me for fifty years (which seems like a long time to me but not to Him!) I hope this simple song may lead you to know Him or if you already know Jesus may it remind you again of His amazing love and faithful care!

Tree of Calvary – Song

Change: especially radical change is something that most of us have a struggle with and with the election situation, lots of us have been stressed to the max . But all through these last couple of weeks of turmoil the Lord has been putting this song on my heart that deals with seeing His hand in the changing seasons of our lives. It has been a blessing to me as I have written it and then played it over and over letting the melody and message soak in. Now I pray that it may be a blessing to you all as well. God bless and have a wonderful week-end in the presence of our eternal and unchanging God!

Sunday Hymn – My Jesus I Love Thee

This hymn’s lyrics were originally written as a poem by a teenager named William Featherstone. His short life reminds me a bit of the apostle John, whom scholars believe to have been about 14 when he began to follow Jesus. Featherstone seems to have been quite shy but these lyrics so moved him that he sent them off to his aunt who (lucky for us) had them published. After Featherstone’s death the poem came to the attention of Adoniram Judson Gordon who set the words to the music we sing today in 1876. What a testimony Featherstone has left for us. We know little of his life but much of his heart. What will others remember of our lives after we have stepped into eternity?