There is little we can offer the Lord that is not already His, but the songs of loving hearts, willingly offered, no matter how skilled or unskilled we may be, delight His very soul.
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.
It might have been a mansion, more fit to greet our Lord; But there within a stable, the Son of God was born.
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.
I always marvel at how just how much our Savior accomplished during what was really a very short ministry. Much may be done if we use our moments well.
I can give a greater gift than any earthly gem; For all my heart and all my love will be my gift to Him.
I will stand for truth and righteousness, reflecting heaven’s light.
An arrangement of the favorite hymn for SATB choir, and for Solo voice, both with violin obbligato.
When we do as Jesus taught, we are walking in His footsteps, and to walk in the footsteps of Christ is to stand in holy places, wherever we may be.
The Spirit bears Him witness; This is how I know.
Words: Maltbie D. Babcock (1858-1901), adapted; Music: Franklin L. Sheppard (1852-1930), adapted; Arranged by Sally DeFord
To those whose noble names I bear, whose light within me burns; To them in gratitude shall my heart be turned.
Easy duet, two-part choir, or SA arrangement of the traditional Christmas carol.
Does my life reflect the things that mean the most to me? Does what I am speak for me and tell you what I believe?