When clouds of darkness dim my sight, be thou my sure unfailing Light through every shadow of the night; Stay with me, Lord Jesus, stay.
The greatest among us was the servant of all.
An setting of the traditional hymn text with an original melody.
I’ll be the kind of person that I know I’d like to be if I could see the Savior standing nigh, watching over me.
Words: Mabel Jones Gabbott; Music: Michael F. Moody; Arrangement: Sally DeFord
By G.F. Handel, from “The Messiah,” arranged for SATB choir or solo voice, both with violin obbligato and piano accompaniment.
Words: Attributed to “Pauline T.”; Music: Robert Lowry; Arranged for Solo, SATB, SSAA or TTBB.
I believe that the greatest miracles performed by our Savior are not done with loaves or fishes, but are wrought within the hearts of men.
Arranged for SATB choir, with the congregation joining for the last verse.
In the Master’s voice, they heard the power that framed the heavens; The peace that stilled the tempest; The love that saves us all.
Lord who seeks the straying down the years, across the miles, Make of me a miracle for someone’s wandering child.
He lives! He lives, no more to die, and by his power all men shall rise; Death is overcome in Christ, the Resurrection and the Life.
Look high above the weary world — for eyes to see that will, the star of Bethlehem will shine for those who seek Him still.
The evocative words to this hymn painted a mental picture for me as a child, and the hymn is still as compelling to me as an adult.
He speaks to me in quiet ways that fill my soul with peace; And if listen with my heart, I hear the Savior’s voice.