Sunday, September 28

Random?

Without Him
 
Without Him I could do nothing
Without Him I'd surely fail
Without Him I would be drifting
Like a ship without a sail
 
Without Him I would be dying
Without Him I'd be enslaved
Without Him life would be worthless
But with Jesus thank God I'm saved
 
Oh Jesus, oh Jesus
Do you know Him today
Please don't turn Him away
Oh Jesus, my Jesus
Without Him how lost I would be
Without Him how lost I would be

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I have a little tape player in my sewing room.
I buy tapes nobunny else will buy.
I got a Gathier tape.....
for a dime....
*Reunion*
The last four songs on side two
are:
Without Him
Tho Autumn's Coming On
(I could have gone all day without THAT one)
Through It All
Hold To God's Unchanging Hand.

Good songs.
 
I also have a little tape player in my bedroom.
I listen to the Bible on tape in there.....
AND
I have Lester Roloff reading the New Testament~~~
and the RANDOM one I chose
to listen to this morning......he also said....
 
***Without Him I Could Do Nothing***
 

maybe I ought to think on this today
and tomorrow.
And the rest of my days.




4 comments:

Rebecca said...

In my junior and senior years of high school, I sang in a trio with two friends. We sang "Without Him" many, MANY times. I'm thankful you posted it for me to recall it. I really like "Through It All", too. (Not sure I've heard that autumn song.)

Anonymous said...

I have Bible on cassette tape also, I need to take it out and get started on listening to it everyday, instead of turning the TV on all the time! Thanks for the reminder that I need to use it! Love Kristi

Michele McEntire said...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFGSOVutQ40

Sheri Hepworth said...

Stuart Hamblen (who wrote the Autumn song) also wrote a song called "This Old House" that was really important to my dad when it was first released many years ago. He told me about it this past spring and our family sang it and recorded it for him. He was a good story-teller. I listened to the song you linked; it's a pretty one too.