Monday, August 31, 2009

God's Wonderful Book Divine



After sharing this photo in my previous post
and after my heart really being filled yesterday,
listening to God's Word being preached
and just from being in His Word on my own,
my love for His Word deepens more and more
as I read and meditate on His Precious Truths.
I'm so glad He left us His Living Word!
What a blessing!

I started thinking of the lyrics of an old song
and wanted to share them...


What light is that shining so brightly for me?
That gives me such courage, the right way to see.
What hope for my trusting soul ever shall be?
God's wonderful Book Divine.


I love the old Bible, Precious old Bible.
Light on my pathway to shine.
It keeps me so happy, Always so happy.
God's wonderful Book Divine.


What hope for the traveler when strength's almost gone?
That makes him determined to keep plodding on.
What sweet consolation from Heaven's white throne?
God's wonderful Book Divine.


I love the old Bible, Blessed old Bible.
Light on my pathway to shine.
It keeps me so happy, always so happy.
God's wonderful Book Divine.


What chart can you trust as a guide for your soul?
When tempests would strand you on some treacherous shore.
What compass will point you to Heaven's bright door?
God's wonderful Book Divine.


I love the old Bible, Old King James Bible.
Light on my pathway it shines.
It keeps me so happy, Always so happy.
God's wonderful Book Divine.


Below is a video I found of a choir singing this song...

{You can stop my blog's background music in the right sidebar}


3 comments:

Tori said...

Loved that! I have a similar poem in my Bible.
BTW, I like that country choir singing.
Have a great day!

PlainJane said...

WOOHOO, a BIG AMEN!!! Wow, I LOVE that song - good ole' gospel singing there! I've never head that song before, but I had to scroll up and sing the words along with the choir. I think I'll have to do a search today and see if I can find the piano music to that one and show the girls too. That just might have to become a part of our morning hymn sing. You certainly don't find music like that that up here and I just love it. Thanks for blessing me and sharing that Christina.

PlainJane said...

Oh, btw, did you ad in the "Old King James Bible"? teehe (I agree)

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