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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[From the musical drama, Song of Plenty.] Monologue Two: GIRL (continuing letter). . . Mom and Dad, they WERE happy! I couldn’t keep from smiling a little just from being near them. Yet it made me feel all the more … Continue reading
Then dawned Sunday, the first day of the week, When into the garden silently came Troubled women to anoint the body of the Lord, Who–Friday on a cross–had been slain. These women had endured his trial; these women watched him … Continue reading
(NOTE: Because today is Palm Sunday, I’m posting now instead of Wednesday.) Come listen, friends and strangers, too; You’ll never guess what’s happening. That Jesus fellow’s coming into town. You know just the one I mean; He resurrected Lazarus. That … Continue reading
God loves the world so much That He gave His only Son So all who believe in Him Will not die, But have life everlasting. Yes, God loves the world so much That He gave His only Son. God did … Continue reading
When I get up in the morning, I jump into the shower. I turn the water on full force And lather up some soap. Then I commence to scrubbing From my head down to my toes, So I won’t keep … Continue reading
Why should life discourage you so? Why despair when you’re feeling low? Let the Lord be the strength of your heart. Call upon His name, call on His name. Let God be your shelter and your strength, An ever-present help … Continue reading
(You may find a lead sheet for this song here and a very old recording here.) We are called to share God’s Good News Like a rare and sweet perfume Whose fragrance gives life, But–if rejected– It becomes the stench … Continue reading
(I’ve updated a number of the lyrics from what you’ll hear on this very old recording, but at least it’ll give you an idea of what it sounds like.) Quench my thirst, Lord; Fill my life with things that always … Continue reading