About these lyrics
These lyrics are intended to glorify God and edify the reader. So feel free to quote or adapt any of these words without charge for use in any Christian work intended for publication, provided proper credit is given to Roger E. Bruner. Of course, if you'd also send him a copy of the work once it is in print, he'd enjoy seeing it and knowing that this blog helped.
NOTE: PDF versions of lead sheets (words, music, and chords) are available for many of these songs. See the Lead Sheets page for more information.
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Category Archives: Isaiah
All Around the World
[You may listen to an old recording of this song here.] When You ask who’ll go, Will we turn away? Or will we exclaim, “Here we are; send us!”? Send us out, O Lord, Into all the earth; Let us … Continue reading
Posted in Growth, International Mission Board, Isaiah, Loyalty, Missionary, Missions, Obedience, The Devil and Pastor Gus, Uncategorized, World Tagged All Around the World, As I Come Singing, Free Christian Lead Sheets, Free Christian Lyrics, Isaiah's "Here am I. Send me.", Roger E. Bruner Leave a comment
He’s Not Finished Yet
[Listen to an old recording here.] I’m like clay that the Lord is making something from, (3x) But He’s not finished yet. No, He’s not done. He takes pleasure in making something good from me, (3x) But He’s not finished … Continue reading
In the Lord’s Hands
If you race against men And the running wears you out, Then how can you compete Against swift horses? If you always trip and fall On a a path that’s straight and sure, Then how can you hope to climb … Continue reading
Posted in Climbing, Coffee Cup, Dependability, Dependence, Falling, Horses, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Jimmy Maroney, Racing, Running, Scales Tagged As I Come Singing, Climbing, Dependence on God, Free Christian Lead Sheets, Free Christian Lyrics, Horses, In God's Hands, Isaiah, Jeremiah, On Aging Gracelessly, Racing, Roger E. Bruner, Tripping Leave a comment
What Eyes Can See?
What eyes can see? What ears can hear? Who can imagine all the Good God has for us? No eyes can see, No ears can hear, No one can imagine all the Good God has for us. About This Song: … Continue reading