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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What I Can Do for You I’m Doing for Him
An old recording of this song may be heard here. Here’s the free lead sheet. Let me feed you when you are hungry; Let me quench your thirst when you feel dry. Let me shelter you when it’s cold outside. … Continue reading
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That God’s Love Might Show
Live purest lives, God’s innocent children, In this world of darkness and sin. You must shine like stars in the night sky As you share God’s message of life. God is your father, Christ your brother. How you live reflects … Continue reading
Posted in Children, Darkness, Faithfulness, Light, Night Sky, Obedience, Serving Jesus, Sharing, Sharing God's Love, Stars, Works Tagged As I Come Singing, christianity, Concern for the Lost, Free Christian Lead Sheets, Free Christian Lyrics, Influence, Letting Our Light Shine, Philipians 2:15-16a, Roger E. Bruner, Sharing God's Good News, That God's Love Might Show, Witnessing Leave a comment
Called to Celebrate
Sometimes we’re called to work the fields. Sometimes we’re called to work the fields. Sometimes we’re called to work the fields And sometimes to clean the stables. Sometimes we’re called to till the soil. Sometimes we’re called to till the … Continue reading