I have always loved "The Little Drummer Boy....I always wonder if what I give Him is good enough,I know that I am bad,and I know that He deserves so much more than I can give in a million life times.But this little boy's gif made baby Jesus smile.......I only hope that I can do as much.I do love Him.
THE LITTLE DRUMMER BOY
He is Born the Divine Christ Child in French:
This was so soothing to listen to......very peaceful. Thanks for sharing this with us, Ivonne.
I TRULY THANK EACH OF THE MEMBERS OF THIS GREAT GROUP THAT HAVE SHARED SO MANY WONDERFUL SONGS AND VIDEOS WITH ALL OF US
R.I.P. BUNNY RUGS,PASSED AWAY YESTERDAY,2-2-14.
"There is a land far far away,where there's no night....There is only day."Guess I and I see you there.Satta Massaghana.
THIRD WORLD-SATTA MASSAGANA
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There was also an actor in Hollywood that died over the weekend, I think he was found dead in his apartment or room or whatever. Can't remember now who it was.
Can you please do me a favor and translate this for me?
Satta Amassagana Ahamlack, ulaghize
I heared about that,he was found with a needle in his arm.Nothing is scarier than to get where everyone else wnts to be,only to find out you are just as empty and hurting as before.What then.Those without peace with ALMIGHTY are,truly,with no hope.
The translation you requested:
satta a massaghana=give thanks,
Thank you, Holly for the translation. I appreciate it.
Nance......thank you for that beautiful childrens choir, small but powerful little voices. They are so sweet.
Thank you, Nance......that was most interesting. Their mother has done an amazingly wonderful job training their voices in so many different parts of harmony. They have a grand future ahead of them if they all stay together and don't give up on it as they get older and leave the nest. There are very few parents that include music in their home schooling. I admire them for this.
Thanks for posting that music video. The last time I went to a youtube video around the Gaither group, I ended up playing it behind my care2 work and it made my evening just....uh.....smooth, lighter, more hopeful. I, too, am just a sinner saved by grace. What would we do without it?! Praise God!
Jude.....the first time I ever heard this song, it was on one of Bill Gaithers TV shows. It brought tears to my eyes and words cannot express those feelings of indebtedness and gratitude that I felt. We do serve an awesome God. I'm glad that you enjoyed the post.
Love those songs~ great for children too~
Nance.......I had never heard that one before but I liked it very much. It was a happy little toe tapper. Thank you for sharing it with us.
Your welcome~Jeanette~ My children loved their music, we sometimes shared as a Sunday School team in music and song.
This is an older hymn by Fanny Crosby.
Wow, such gifts she had~
Amen, the Fanny Crosby hymns are excellent. It reminded me of a special chapel program at my college that focused on Ms. Crosby. Good memory. Re: the video, I enjoyed the unique instrumentation. I could have done without the guitar player staring into the camera throughout
the entire thing, though.
Lovely hymns and choruses~ playlist~
Thanks, Nance. That was great and Ashley's voice is amazing. It's also fun to watch how others respond to the hymn. It reminds me of when I first came to know the Lord and reminds me that that was one of my favourites....I may just keep coming back to replay it!
I love this video for so many reasons.I think it is a beautiful dedication to Almighty,but this video made my heart just leap to see the diversity in this family,just like in my family,several nations represented,I believe that we counted 10,and lightest to the darkest.I have always loved that about my family,just like it will be in Heaven with"Every tounge,tribe,and nation",worshiping around Almighty's throne.I only hope for all of my earthly family to be there too.Keep praying,please....LOVE YOU GUYS!!!!!Enjoy this.
God bless ~ we love a Great Big God~ He Never Fails
Luv these ole tunes
Thanks, Nance. I was wondering why the album wasn't familiar to me; I suspect because I was into the first wave of 'contemporary Christian music'. Lovely. And then I saw the Danny Gaither songs; wow! Where's Tim Smallwood's church? Lovely voice.
Hello~Jude~ I was into these songs when I was just saved as a teen~ loved it~ also passed these songs to my children. Glad u were able to hear them.
I am not sure about Tim Smallwoods church, sorry.
Here is clip of various songs~
I wanted to respond to the group, Holly's thoughts. I wasn't aware of them, which bothers me since they've recorded so many albums and have been around awhile. Maybe because I'm in an area that's - how shall I say it - more conservative? Thanks for introducing me to them and other notes you've left. I'm with ya, sister, the unity of the Holy Spirit is precious.....
Thank you,Jude.I pray that houses of worship become more diverse and accepting.I choose to worship in my favorite places,usually by the ocean,lake or waterfall,as opposed to most of them,because there are none that the focus does not seem to be on dress code,behaviour,and other things which have nothing to do with worshipping God,or Spiritual teaching.I also do not think one person should stand up front and do all the talking,while everyone else just sits there,and retains little of what they hear anyway.Christians should get together,read the Bible together AFTER praying and asking Almighty for His interpretation and not ours,then dialoging and talking about how to apply what He said to our lives.Also,as I stated,my family is very diverse,both in skin colors and in personalities.We have very conservitive to very , ummmmmmm.......NOT! conservitive,the latter of whom most "church people" stick up their noses at.And we are very light skinned,to very dark,every possible shade you can imagine.I have yet to find a house of worship that is the same.There are black churches,hispanic churches,white churches.I thought that segregation was over.It also bothers me that most churches ascribe to pagan origin holidays and try to turn them holy,but I will stop now,as I am not trying to offend anyone here,not judging anyone who has a different opinion than me.This is just me.Anyway,I am happy that you like them,they really make me happy,and their tributes to Almighty are beautiful.Hugs to you,my friend,God bless you.
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Amen to you ladies!
Great praises to our God thread
Celebrating Irish Music with Jesus.... 'The Getty's and 'Robin Mark'
Wow, Nance - you sure know a variety of music; thanks so much for sharing it. And, of course, I get 'lost' in the music (ahh....after a catch-up day on care2 - what a tough, tough place). I found comments on YouTube to be interesting, as well. One Believer of African heritage talking about how Americans are so self-centered, that we like our worship music to stir up our emotions. You know, that's not so far from wrong. It was said in positive response to this woman's (the last video on our group site, Kristen Getty) singing of the old Christ-centered hymns. What would we do without grace? Boy, that sounds so fake, somehow. Salvation by Grace....whatever our feelings. All about God. Christian songs, sure it's good when they encourage us - aren't we supposed to be doing that, enouraging each other? But, yeah, focus on God's grace found in Jesus's short life and death on the cross (and rising)...that never gets old. So refreshing to the spirit today, Nance. Thanks!
God bless u, Jude~ yes, I have both these fine christian artists, cd's
had to share
I'm behind on the music....well, WAS behind on the music. What a blessing!! Going from Rich Mullins to the Cadet Sisters to the family playing amazing bluegrass......manishewitz! Heaven is going to be amazing....words fall so short, don't they?! Thanks for the musical education along the way, Nance; it restores my soul in stressful times.
Bless u, Jude~