Sing To The Lord

Esther Thornburg By Esther Thornburg, 1st Aug 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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There are stories of life, and times of ages past, found in songs to sing to
the glory and praise of the Saviour and Maker of all life.

Hymns Of Old

Let us sing to the Lord the hymns of old.
The message of truth and love to unfold.
Tell of the message of the One from glory
It was told in times of old.

Peace and Calm

They tell of the peace that dwells within
That can only come by knowing Him.
They tell of the calm this world does not offer.
There is life beyond the grace, hoped for.

He Is Preparing a Place

Tell of the lighthouse on the hillside,
The light of God can guide one safely home,
Tell of the heavens where the Saviour has gone.
He is preparing a place for His own.

Power of Prayer

Tell of the lily of the field,
That can rise again, its blossom yield.
Tell of the power of the prayers.
They are offered by believers, everywhere.

Love From Within

Tell of the power and what God can do
To lead and guide us safely through,
To face tomorrow through faith in Him,
And of His love that dwells within.


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author avatar Esther Thornburg
Retired farmwife, author, of Timeles Words of Poetry. Country living requires many hats, nature, inspirational poetry, family,& rural activities.

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author avatar Stella Mitchell
1st Aug 2013 (#)

bless you Esther
Stella ><

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author avatar Esther Thornburg
1st Aug 2013 (#)

Thank you Stella

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author avatar Delicia Powers
3rd Aug 2013 (#)

Beautiful Esther, I felt like a child again listening to the choir sing an old time hymn reading your wonderful amazing poems! My Moms favorite hymn was "I come to the Garden Alone"...

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author avatar Esther Thornburg
4th Aug 2013 (#)

Yes, we need the Sunday afternoon hymn sings back.

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