Responses (11)

Good Friday morning. Here are some more of your responses concerning songs and Scriptures that have been especially meaningful to you at this time.


  • Be with me, Lord is one of my very favorites. It was our sweet Momma's favorite and it gives me a lot of peace. (Janice L.)

  • One song that has comforted me is Thou O Lord.

         Thou O Lord, are a shield about me

         You're my glory

         You're the lifter of my head

         It's taken from Psalm 3:3, and I love the image of God shielding, protecting, and lifting          me up. It keeps my eyes (and emotions) focused upwards, rather than on the                        circumstances of this world. (Lisa L.)


  • I love the songs that use the words from favorite Bible verses. Singing helps me remember them.
       
       Lamentations 3:22-23 (ESV)

       The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases;

       His mercies never come to an end;

       They are new every morning;

       Great is Your faithfulness.

       Also . . . "The joy of the Lord is your strength."        (Neh. 8:10)

       Since I have been "confined" in my current            surroundings, the songs of birds have                   become more beautiful than ever to me. I'm           thankful for the time I have had to wallow in           the beauty of God's creation this spring. 

       Summer is on the way. Looking forward to               seeing church family again. (Carolyn T.)


  • The song leader in me love this! :) Here are some of my favorites that I've thought about during this time.
       Great is Thy Faithfulness - "All I have needed Thy hand has provided: Great is Thy                faithfulness, Lord, unto me."

       Be With Me, Lord - "A constant sense of Thy abiding presence, Where'er I am, to feel            that Thou art near" (this was my Grandmother's favorite song).

       10,000 Reasons - "Whatever may pass, and whatever lies before me; Let me be singing        when the evening comes."

       Surround Us Lord - "As the mountains surround Jerusalem, so the Lord surrounds His            people." (John L.)


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