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Easter Monday - The hymn YAHWEH

Monday, April 21, 2014

YAHWEH (by the Hoppers)
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Yahweh, Jesus is coming
In all nature, our Lord is coming
Yahweh, Jesus is coming
Born in Bethlehem
Born in Bethlehem

Yahweh, Jesus is teaching
In the temple, our Lord is teaching
Yahweh, Jesus is teaching
Nobody speaks like him
Nobody speaks like him

Hosanna, He comes in the form of a man
Jehovah, the great God of Abraham
He lived to die for our sins
Yahweh for our sins

Yahweh Jesus is praying
In the garden, our Lord is praying
Yahweh, Jesus is praying
"Let this pass from me"
"Let this pass from me"

Yahweh, Jesus is dying
On a cross, there, our Lord is dying
Yahweh, Jesus is dying
Dying for our sins
He's dying for our sins

Yahweh, Jesus is buried
In a rich man's tomb he is buried
Yahweh, Jesus is buried
But he will not stay
No, he will not stay

Yahweh, Jesus is rising
Our Lord is rising
From that grave our Lord is raising
Yahweh, Jesus is rising
Now, He lives again
yes, He lives again!

Hosanna, He comes in the form of a man
Jehovah, the great God of Abraham
He lived to die for our sins
He arose from the grave!
And lives again!

He arose from the grave!
He lives again!
He arose, He arose!
Hallelujah (2x)
He lives again!
Our Lord lives again!

emoticon LISTEN to this hymn sung by The Hoppers @

emoticon Here is a second link to the Hoppers and YAHWEH
(Later version- in case one or the other link will not work properly):
To my emoticon s:
Like all of you, In the warmer months we are not inside as much - and most days also do not have internet access, although we are close by and back and forth to 'the lake'. Our lifestyle is more active and I am not indoors as much, so I will not be posting hymns each day. emoticon

emoticon I have really enjoyed doing these blogs and our interactions. However, as those who post and blog daily know, it does take time, and my DH indulges me through the cold months, as he too is stuck indoors. I will still follow your posts and blogs all I can, though, when I have some time on line, and will always answer e mails.

emoticon I don't want to "just stop" - and Lord willing of course - I will post a hymn weekly or more often through these coming months as able. In late fall I plan to post hymns daily again. There are SO many wonderful old and new songs of praise, that I love to do this, and I hope you will continue on with me here. I especially am looking forward to the season of Christmas, and the great hymns celebrating the birth of our Lord (as man). I would really love it too, if you would ask for a certain hymn, and I could research its roots if available, and post them for you and me to enjoy together.

emoticon May God richly bless each precious one of you, my brothers and sisters in Christ, for you are a blessing. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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SANDRALEET 4/21/2014 8:27AM

    Gods time we will be Called from the sky by Jesus

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    Depend on the Lord; trust him and he will take care of you.

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The HALLELUJAH Chorus! Happy Resurrection Day!

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Handel's Messiah - Hallelujah Chorus- a Hymn for EASTER SUNDAY:

Handel's Messiah - Hallelujah Chorus

|: Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah!
Hallelujah! Hallelujah! :|

|: For the Lord God Omnipotent reigneth.
Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah! :|

For the Lord God omnipotent reigneth.
|: Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah!
Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah! :|

The kingdom of this world
Is become the kingdom of our Lord,
And of His Christ, and of His Christ;
And He shall reign for ever and ever,
For ever and ever, forever and ever,

King of kings, and Lord of lords,
|: King of kings, and Lord of lords, :|
And Lord of lords,
And He shall reign,
And He shall reign forever and ever,
King of kings, forever and ever,
And Lord of lords,
Hallelujah! Hallelujah!

And He shall reign forever and ever,
|: King of kings! and Lord of lords! :|
And He shall reign forever and ever,
King of kings! and Lord of lords!
Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah!

emoticon SCRIPTURE: REV 11:15
The kingdom of the world has become the
kingdom of our Lord and of His Messiah,
and He will reign for ever and ever.

emoticon PRAYER:
Hallelujah Jesus!
Worthy is the Lamb who was slain
to receive glory and laud and honor...
praise Your holy Name!
Lord we worship you with great joy today,
and are grateful.
Worthy, Beautiful, Precious Lord,
in Whose Name we pray, Amen.


emoticonLISTEN ON GODTUBE ~ Flash Mob Sings

BUT..........this modern hymn-song and dance will thrill you too!
(If you would prefer something new rather than the traditional should enjoy this one! God Bless! Celebrate!)
emoticon "Dance Your Feet Off " Easter Celebration Flash Mob Video

emoticonMay God bless you, my SP Friends. "Jesus may come in the morning, Jesus may come at noon, Jesus may come in the evening, Let's keep our hearts in tune." Glory!. emoticon

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SANDRALEET 4/21/2014 8:25AM

    Yes on that chosen day by God Jesus is coming in the sky for his own

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JOANIE69 4/20/2014 6:46PM

    Thank you for alerting me to this problem. A friend had her link hijacked or something as well today, and I warned her so she was able to fix her link, but mine was working well this morning. Perhaps there were a million people today looking for these wonderful Easter Hymns, and the system just could not handle it!

However I did go and find an awesome flash mob who sang the Hallelujah Chorus in a food court on GODTube. It works! I hope you enjoy this version instead. It is thrilling! (see the link above in my blog)

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1CRAZYDOG 4/20/2014 6:41PM

  Thank you for sharing this beautiful song on this wonderful day! HUGS and hope you had a blessed Easter!

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SINGINGLADY47 4/20/2014 5:33PM

    Thank you Joanie. I love the words to the Hallelujah Chorus. Nothing like it, ever! Thank you for your blog. I could not get the music either. Youtube said it was not available. Wish I could have heard that. I hope you have a wonder Sunday celebration. God bless. Have a good and restful evening. Judy emoticon

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I love the Hallelujah Chorus! It's a favorite of mine. However, the evil one is even working on Easter, as when I clicked on you link to get there, it came up to what looked like car show or something, I don't know what it was. Then I looked at the address, and saw what might have been the problem and fixed that, and it still took me to the same place. I then wen to the top of your blog and typed that address in, and it brought up some things for the song, and I clicked on it and it told me that I had to download some stuff, and I wasn't willing to down load anything to my computer. So I then went to "Dance Your Feet Off" and was truly blessed, by what I saw! At the end though, I did ask myself out loud, "Why did they leave their shoes?" It took me a minute or two, before I got it! What a neat Easter gift to all the recipients of all those shoes? Thanks for sharing!

Be blessed,

- Nancy Jean -

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  We can do all things through Christ who strengthens us. Phil. 4-13. emoticon

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    Christ is risen!!

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Friday, April 18, 2014


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The Ragman is a moving parable about Jesus encountered in a most unexpected place–as a rag seller on the streets of a modern city. This parable has been a great encouragement to me and I hope it serves to be the same for you!RAGMAN by Walter Wangerin, Jr. (by gminewsblog)

I saw a strange sight. I stumbled upon a story most strange, like nothing my life, my street sense, my sly tongue had ever prepared me for.

Hush, child. Hush, now, and I will tell it to you.

Even before the dawn one Friday morning I noticed a young man, handsome and strong, walking the alleys of our City. He was pulling an old cart filled with clothes both bright and new, and he was calling in a clear, tenor voice: “Rags!” Ah, the air was foul and the first light filthy to be crossed by such sweet music.

“Rags! New rags for old! I take your tired rags! Rags!”

“Now, this is a wonder,” I thought to myself, for the man stood six-feet-four, and his arms were like tree limbs, hard and muscular, and his eyes flashed intelligence. Could he find no better job than this, to be a ragman in the inner city?

I followed him. My curiosity drove me. And I wasn’t disappointed.

Soon the Ragman saw a woman sitting on her back porch. She was sobbing into a handkerchief, sighing, and shedding a thousand tears. Her knees and elbows made a sad X. Her shoulders shook. Her heart was breaking.

The Ragman stopped his cart. Quietly, he walked to the woman, stepping round tin cans, dead toys, and diapers.

“Give me your rag,” he said so gently, “and I’ll give you another.”

He slipped the handkerchief from her eyes. She looked up, and he laid across her palm a linen cloth so clean and new that it shined. She blinked from the gift to the giver.

Then, as he began to pull his cart again, the Ragman did a strange thing: he put her stained handkerchief to his own face; and then HE began to weep, to sob as grievously as she had done, his shoulders shaking. Yet she was left without a tear.

“This IS a wonder,” I breathed to myself, and I followed the sobbing Ragman like a child who cannot turn away from mystery.

“Rags! Rags! New rags for old!”

In a little while, when the sky showed grey behind the rooftops and I could see the shredded curtains hanging out black windows, the Ragman came upon a girl whose head was wrapped in a bandage, whose eyes were empty. Blood soaked her bandage. A single line of blood ran down her cheek.

Now the tall Ragman looked upon this child with pity, and he drew a lovely yellow bonnet from his cart.

“Give me your rag,” he said, tracing his own line on her cheek, “and I’ll give you mine.”

The child could only gaze at him while he loosened the bandage, removed it, and tied it to his own head. The bonnet he set on hers. And I gasped at what I saw: for with the bandage went the wound! Against his brow it ran a darker, more substantial blood – his own!

“Rags! Rags! I take old rags!” cried the sobbing, bleeding, strong, intelligent Ragman.

The sun hurt both the sky, now, and my eyes; the Ragman seemed more and more to hurry.

“Are you going to work?” he asked a man who leaned against a telephone pole. The man shook his head.

The Ragman pressed him: “Do you have a job?”

“Are you crazy?” sneered the other. He pulled away from the pole, revealing the right sleeve of his jacket – flat, the cuff stuffed into the pocket. He had no arm.

“So,” said the Ragman. “Give me your jacket, and I’ll give you mine.”

Such quiet authority in his voice!

The one-armed man took off his jacket. So did the Ragman – and I trembled at what I saw: for the Ragman’s arm stayed in its sleeve, and when the other put it on he had two good arms, thick as tree limbs; but the Ragman had only one.

“Go to work,” he said.

After that he found a drunk, lying unconscious beneath an army blanket, an old man, hunched, wizened, and sick. He took that blanket and wrapped it round himself, but for the drunk he left new clothes.

And now I had to run to keep up with the Ragman. Though he was weeping uncontrollably, and bleeding freely at the forehead, pulling his cart with one arm, stumbling for drunkenness, falling again and again, exhausted, old, old, and sick, yet he went with terrible speed. On spider’s legs he skittered through the alleys of the City, this mile and the next, until he came to its limits, and then he rushed beyond.

I wept to see the change in this man. I hurt to see his sorrow. And yet I needed to see where he was going in such haste, perhaps to know what drove him so.

The little old Ragman – he came to a landfill. He came to the garbage pits. And then I wanted to help him in what he did, but I hung back, hiding. He climbed a hill. With tormented labor he cleared a little space on that hill. Then he sighed. He lay down. He pillowed his head on a handkerchief and a jacket. He covered his bones with an army blanket. And he died.

Oh, how I cried to witness that death! I slumped in a junked car and wailed and mourned as one who has no hope – because I had come to love the Ragman. Every other face had faded in the wonder of this man, and I cherished him; but he died. I sobbed myself to sleep.

I did not know – how could I know? – that I slept through Friday night and Saturday and its night, too.

But then, on Sunday morning, I was wakened by a violence.

Light – pure, hard, demanding light – slammed against my sour face, and I blinked, and I looked, and I saw the last and the first wonder of all. There was the Ragman, folding the blanket most carefully, a scar on his forehead, but alive! And, besides that, healthy! There was no sign of sorrow nor of age, and all the rags that he had gathered shined for cleanliness.

Well, then I lowered my head and trembling for all that I had seen, I myself walked up to the Ragman. I told him my name with shame, for I was a sorry figure next to him. Then I took off all my clothes in that place, and I said to him with dear yearning in my voice: “Dress me.”

He dressed me. My Lord, He put new rags on me, and I am a wonder beside Him. The Ragman, the Ragman, the Christ!

(As you listen to the words, you may remember "The Ragman" story. )

emoticonSCRIPTURE: Luke 23: 33,34 When they came to the place
called Golgatha, the Skull, they crucified him there, along with the criminals
—one on his right, the other on his left. Jesus said, “Father, forgive them,
for they do not know what they are doing.”

emoticonMay God bless you, my SP Friends, on this Holy day.
Most Holy, precious Jesus, we adore You. Amen emoticon

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RHOOK20047 4/20/2014 9:44AM

    Thanks for sharing this, I had never heard of it before. Proves you can teach old dogs new tricks!

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    Dance for God

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TRINIITY1 4/20/2014 1:09AM

    What an absolute blessing!! Thanks so much for sharing this! Praise the Lord for His love and grace!! Have a blessed Resurrection Day!!

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WINNIE-POOH 4/19/2014 11:18PM

    Thanks for sharing. emoticon emoticon

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    Never heard this one before, thanks.

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ANGELBELIEVER 4/19/2014 9:29PM

    This was one of the most moving blogs I have ever read. What a wonderful, painful, awesome story along with the hymn. May you have a blessed Easter Sunday. emoticon

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COLOR-BLUE 4/19/2014 7:08PM


The Christian Radio Station that I listen to, has this on the air, and when I heard it, I was blown away! Oh my goodness, the way Christ took it all on himself, and then laid down and died!

Crucified! Laid behind a stone.
He lived to die, rejected and alone.
Like a Rose trampled on the ground.
He took the fall and thought of me

Be blessed,

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IAM_HIS 4/19/2014 2:47PM

    Oh, how beautiful. How loving and merciful is our Lord. Thank you for this and honoring me with yur request to read this blog.

May you have a Holy Easter Sunday and Season.

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IGNITEME101 4/19/2014 2:22PM

    awesome way to share Jesus love! Thank you for sharing the story of the ragman. :) I'm so glad He's clothed me!!

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WENDYW596 4/19/2014 2:17PM

    Oh Joanie, what a wonderful way to tell the meaning of the Gospel of Christ! Thank you for visiting my SP Page and telling me about it...... I would love to share this with a friend. I am going to see if I can find it online....
Have a Blessed Resurrection Day,............. HE IS RISEN!!

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1CRAZYDOG 4/19/2014 1:57PM

  What a truly beautiful parable! Thank you for sharing. It gives me hope!


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COOP9002 4/19/2014 12:58PM

    Thanks for sharing. Great way to communicate what He has done for us. Have a blessed Easter weekend.

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KITT52 4/19/2014 12:43PM

    thanks for sharing this beautiful story

Have a Blessed Easter Sunday

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14JESUSGIRL 4/19/2014 11:50AM

    I've read this story before, and it still touched me the same way. What our Lord did for us!! I am so humbled and thankful. A beautiful post, Joanie.
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MRSJERRYBUSH 4/19/2014 11:14AM

    Oh, Joanie, that was so beautiful and so precious! May we all be mindful of His unselfish gift to us.

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    Thank you for sharing this with us emoticon

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CANADIANGIRL15 4/19/2014 10:23AM

    What a beautiful story! Thanks for sharing. The hymn is one we sing at our church and one of my favorites! Have a blessed Easter!

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LINDAKAY228 4/19/2014 9:59AM

    That is such a beautiful story! I know most of your hymns but I had not heard that one and it was truly beautiful! Thank you for sharing it.

I hope you have a great weekend and Easter Sunday too!

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IAMWINNING 4/19/2014 9:43AM

    What a beautiful parable of the love of the Lord, Jesus Christ. Thank you for sharing this with us.

I'm glad you are my sister-in-Christ, and look forward to meeting you in Heaven.

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AVANELL 4/19/2014 8:45AM

    emoticon emoticon Joanie! What a beautiful story of the love and grace of Jesus Christ and the sacrifice that He made for each one of us! How personally He provides for our salvation!

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    emoticon Thank you so very much for allowing me to look at Jesus through the eyes of a RAGMAN,

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    Beautiful!!!! emoticon

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SANDRALEET 4/19/2014 7:40AM

    God helps us carry our Cross when to heavy He dose not take all away put helps us live with it.

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MJRVIC2000 4/19/2014 7:33AM

    WOW! The story of Christ is always wonderful, exciting and encouraging. Thank You JOANIE for sharing the "RAGMAN". In His Love! Vic.

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CHANCETARYN 4/19/2014 6:04AM

    Beautiful! For all our righteousness is as filthy rags, thou your sins be as scarlet He will wash them white as snow. What an exchange, what humility. Thank you for sharing. My heart rejoices in praise to the Lord!

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POETICJUSTUS 4/19/2014 4:00AM

    Have a beautiful Lord's day And Holy week. I have never heard this story before. How beautiful , how riveting, how Godly! Thank you ,Thank you ,Thank you ! ...Blessings to you and yours. emoticon emoticon

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GLORY- 4/19/2014 1:24AM

    This reminds me of the song "I'm trading my sorrows for the joy of the Lord. It's the great exchange!

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LIVELYGIRL2 4/19/2014 1:08AM

  I never heard this story. it is something. Reminds me how we get His righteousness for our filthy rags in that are discussed in the Old Testament. emoticon

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SINGINGLADY47 4/19/2014 12:46AM

    Awesome, just simply beautiful. Thank you Joanie for sharing. Loved the music also. It is late and I am about to go to bed remembering what the Savior has done for all who will believe on him and keep his commandments. He has indeed taken on our old rags and clothed us with His grace. What a thought to have as I go to sleep tonight with this reminder of His unending love and peace. God bless. Have a restful night and a wonderful Resurrection Sunday celebration. Hallelujah! emoticon emoticon

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TXGRANDMA 4/18/2014 11:48PM

    Such a Holy day for us, Joanie! Thanks for the beautiful story. emoticon

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Friday, April 18, 2014


Christ Before Pilate, by Jacopo Robusti Tintoretto (1518-1594)

O LORD JESUS, LAMB OF GOD © 1996 Robert Cullinan
The copyright holder grants permission to reproduce these
lyrics, as long as this notice remains with each copy.


"Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world." John 1:29

O Lord Jesus, Lamb of God,
Bearing such a heavy load;
Pain and suffering was Your fate—
Anguish, ridicule and hate.

Crown of thorns and staff of spite,
Must you mock our Sovereign’s might?
Know you not whom Pilate brings?
Jesus Christ, the King of kings!

Road of sorrow, lead the way
To redeeming love today.
Let me see my Savior’s face;
Let me taste this gift of grace.

Tree of anguish, bear my sin;
Heart of Jesus, let me in.
O Lord, may Your wounds make whole
Body, spirit and my soul.

Cross of triumph lifted high;
Christ becomes the victory:
Priest and sacrifice today,
Washing all our guilt away.

emoticon Scripture Reference: Col. 2: 6-7 ]
So then, just as you received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live in Him,
rooted and built up in Him, strengthened in the faith as you were taught,
and overflowing with thankfulness.
emoticon Listen to this ancient hymn on YouTube with lyrics on screen:

emoticonI am praying in silence today- overcome with emotion for all that Jesus has done. I pray someone---many--will accept Christ as Savior today! Thank you all for your moving comments this Holy week. Posting these hymns has blessed me more than I expected, because of your comments. Blessings; see you tomorrow for a special 'lenten story of Jesus' blog. Joanie emoticon

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    Thank you. emoticon emoticon Praise our Savior for what He has done for us. Awesome blog. Beautiful music. Judy emoticon

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SUNSET09 4/18/2014 9:15AM

  Holy is the Lamb, the precious Lamb of God. Born into sin that I may live again, the Precious Lamb of God! He died so that I may live! To worship Him, I live! Oh, emoticon and amen! emoticon, Lord for Your Son, Jesus! emoticon

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I did like the organ! It was full and rich. However, I had never hear of the song, but the words held a special meaning! I was trying to fit the music with the words, and it took me until the last verse, to get it right. It was on time for me. Thank you!

Be blessed,

- Nancy Jean -

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SANDRALEET 4/18/2014 7:54AM

    The old should not be forgotten

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May the peace of this holy weekend be with you always.

Hoping you have a peaceful Good Friday and a wonderful celebration of Easter .

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When I See the blood - HYMN for Maundy Thursday

Thursday, April 17, 2014


When I See The Blood John G. Foote

When I See The Blood

Christ our Redeemer died on the cross,
Died for the sinner, paid all his due;
All who receive Him need never fear,
Yes, He will pass, will pass over you.

When I see the blood, when I see the blood,
When I see the blood, I will pass, I will pass over you.

Chiefest of sinners, Jesus will save;
As He has promised, so He will do;
Oh, sinner, hear Him, trust in His Word,
Then He will pass, will pass over you.

Judgment is coming, all will be there.
Who have rejected, who have refused?
Oh, sinner, hasten, let Jesus in,
Oh, He will pass, will pass over you.

O great compassion! O boundless love!
Jesus hath power, Jesus is true;
All who believe are safe from the storm,
Oh, He will pass, will pass over you.

emoticonSCRIPTURE REF:(Exodus 12:13)
"And the blood shall be to you for a token upon the houses
where ye are: and when I see the blood, I will pass over you,
and the plague shall not be upon you to destroy you,
when I smite the land of Egypt."

emoticonLet us PRAY in silence together,
as we remember how, in His last supper, Jesus showed us
He would give His body and blood for us. Let us especially
remember this meaningful act of the Lord on this Maundy Thursday,
and also remember how He showed us to serve one another,
as He washed the dusty,dirty feet of His disciples, even of the one
who would soon betray Him.

emoticon LISTEN TO THIS HYMN ON YOUTUBE: Lyrics on screen.

emoticonBlessings, and remember to read a special story blog here on Saturday. emoticon

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SUSIETIG 4/19/2014 12:06AM

    Thank you for this beautiful hymn!
I hope you don't mind I found it from a mutal friend's page.
So beautiful are the words!
Thank you God for your precious Son's shed blood and Jesus for saving us threw your sacrifice!
We are so blessed!
Have a Blessed Easter^ j^

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RHOOK20047 4/18/2014 10:12AM

    Thanks for sharing your favorite song. Last night I sang one of my favorites as well, As I Have Done by Dan Schutte. This was sung during the Washing of the Feet during our Supper of the Lord Mass. Hope you enjoy it as well as I do. Here is a link to a version on YouTube.

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SINGINGLADY47 4/18/2014 9:36AM

    Joanie, I was so busy yesterday, I did not get to read your blog until this morning. This is so beautiful. The music brought me to tears. I had to listen twice. Praise Jesus today, Good Friday, for the things that he suffered and to think the HE, the spotless and precious Lamb of God took on the sins of the world so that we could be free. Thank you for this awesome blog. emoticon

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1CRAZYDOG 4/17/2014 10:03PM

  Thank you so much.

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Praise the Lord, for His blood! The Blood that reaches to the highest mountain and flows to the lowest valley. He encompasses everybody with those simple words!

At church tonight, I found out that Pastor is washing people's feet. God told me to go and get my feet washed. I kept making excuses, and God just kept saying, "GO!" I've made arrangements with Betty the Administrative Assistant, to have a chair for me, to put my stockings and shoes back on, as I'm unable, at this time to walk without my shoes on. The pain is unbearable when I walk without shoes. With my shoes, it's tolerable, but it's still painful.

I've washed people's feet, before and it's a very humbling experience. I prayed for them, as I was washing their feet, and did a lot of crying. I had never experienced anything like that before. It was a GRAND feeling! I'm not certain what will happen tonight, but it's all in Divine Order!

Be blessed,

- Nancy Jean -

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AVANELL 4/17/2014 1:22PM

    The enemy cannot cross the bloodline! Praise the Lord for His precious blood!

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SANDRALEET 4/17/2014 8:19AM

    His blood saved us We who believe and follow his path are saved

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CANADIANGIRL15 4/17/2014 8:12AM

    His blood has set us free, Hallelujah! Thanks!

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