You can view the video here.
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For Father's Day 2013, I received the book, As I Knew Him, by Anne Serling. It is a moving tribute to her father, Rod Serling, whom I greatly admired.
Anne’s book addresses the deep grief she experienced following his death at the young age of 50. The book was the inspiration for this song, named after a classic Twilight Zone episode featuring Gig Young. The song speaks to the grief that all of us experience when we lose someone dear to us, and it offers a perspective that can calm our anxious spirit. I forwarded a copy of the song to Anne, who liked it very much. I hope you will too.
I spoke with a dear lady whose life had been badly broken. As our conversation continued she shared with me how Jesus had come and in her own words made her a walking picture of mercy.
Those comments inspired me to write this song. We all hang photos in our homes of the people and events that are the most precious to us. I hope this simple song reminds us of the picture that is the most important of all, the one in the very center of our most precious memories that gives them true meaning and eternal purpose.
This song was inspired by The All Glory Project, a unique program that raises money for horse-assisted therapy programs that help veterans restore their physical and emotional health. I know you will be touched as you learn more about the project and those whose lives have been impacted. If you are touched by this song, please do what you can to support the All Glory Project. It was an honor to be able to meet Elizabeth Shatner and share this song with her. You can find more information on the All Glory Project homepage.
This song was written for a good friend who may launch a non-profit organization to provide free air transport for people who have serious medical issues. The song is about how a helping hand and caring friend can lift our fallen spirit to a place where we can live above our fears. Take a listen, then go pick someone up who has fallen.
We live in a world of constant noise. Perhaps you've heard the saying "Your actions speak so loud I can't hear a word you are saying?" Our hearts hear the words Jesus never had to say because He demonstrated them on the cross.
John 21;25 puts it like this "And there are also many other things which Jesus did, the which, if they should be written every one, I suppose that even the world itself could not contain the books that should be written. Amen."
Remember the day you were set free when you opened your heart to the love of the Lord? This song is full of that joy and has also been getting some radio play as others have been sharing the fun and excitement of true freedom in Jesus Christ.
(Featured on the Faith, Family, Freedom CD)
This song is really a follow-up to an earlier song I wrote, Don't Cry For Me. From the perspective of someone who has lost a close loved one, this song looks longingly ahead to the time when a reunion will occur. In addition to being in the presence of our Lord, reuniting with our loved ones is what will truly make it heaven.
(Featured on the CD: Just Walk With Me)
Think about all the churches...they are literally everywhere. But do our daily lives really show how we feel about the Lord...7 days a week? What would it take for us to truly show God how grateful we are for all He has done for us? This contemplative song will make you think, and it may just lead you to recommit your heart to the Lord.
I have a friend who has a special little boy nicknamed JJ. He attends a school for autistic children. JJ just loves this song, which expresses the anticipation and excitement that he felt when he received his first very own Bible.