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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Roadmap & Compass
Before I start a journey to a Place I’ve never been before, I get out the road map and I plan how best to get there. But life’s a different type of trip; The map’s not mine to look at. … Continue reading
Sometimes I Wonder
Sometimes I wonder why the righteous suffer, And I make a mental note to ask God by and by. But when I get to Heaven and meet Him face to face, I know I will forget to ask, for Heaven … Continue reading
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As Independent As Cats
We’re as independent as cats, And we lived our lives on our own Till we meowed at God’s door And Jesus Christ took us in, Took us in, took us in. Jesus bandaged all of our wounds, And He made … Continue reading
I Believe It!
I believe it with all my heart, I believe it with all my heart, I believe it with all my heart. Lord, help me be able to believe it more. The Bible is the Word of God, His truth for … Continue reading
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