He came with healing in His hands. and hope was born within the hearts of men.
When something unexpected and difficult descends on your life, a comfortable faith must become a conscious faith.
When Mary sang her lullaby of love, ’twas a lullaby to comfort all the world.
He knows His creations, where e’er they may be; Because He loves them so, I know He loves me.
Earthly fathers have a powerful influence on the way their children feel about their Heavenly Father.
This arrangement combines an original melody with a single line from the familiar tune by John Baptiste Calkin.
Though I did not see him calm the raging seas, His hand has calmed my troubled heart and I believe.
I glory in my Jesus, and in Him my soul shall live.
I come to him like the blind and lame; Seeking his mercy to quiet my pain.
A piano accompaniment written to fit Hymn # 301 in the LDS Hymnbook.
My 2006 Christmas Card Carol.
This whimsical little piece is an upbeat, rather breathless setting of the words of Francis of Assisi, with a few additions of my own.
This song weaves Isaiah’s well-loved verse into a modern lyric.
Tune thou my song to tell thy glory; My every anthem to adore thee; Thus as thy witness will I stand; Lord, make me an instrument in thy hand.
Make a list of all the things mothers do and you’ll run out of paper. These lyrics are based on the singable list, but the less poetic list, for which I am also grateful, is hovering there in the background.