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.
If I plant seeds of faith, of honor and truth, what a beautiful harvest I’ll reap.
He is there with love beyond our understanding, Watching o’er us with a Father’s tender care; With all His might and mercy never-ending, He is there.
By G.F. Handel, from “The Messiah,” arranged for SATB choir or solo voice, both with violin obbligato and piano accompaniment.
Cradled in His kindness, Sheltered by His grace, Like a child in heaven’s embrace.
He wept for every heartache we will ever know; His tears were yours; His tears were mine.
Words: Attributed to “Pauline T.”; Music: Robert Lowry; Arranged for Solo, SATB, SSAA or TTBB.
“I know he died for me, for you and all mankind… How can I, knowing this, do anything else but love him, my Redeemer?”
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.
A Christmas lullaby, because our children need to hear and remember and love the most beautiful story of all.
Though the Master Painter knows what the finished painting will be, we do not. In time, with patience and faith, we begin to see what the Painter sees in us.
Lord who seeks the straying down the years, across the miles, Make of me a miracle for someone’s wandering child.
These are the riches of my soul; This is my bright celestial gold; Precious things my heart will always hold dearer than the wealth of all the world.
I will stand as witness of His everlasting love; My Lord, my God; the Shepherd of my soul.