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    "Beams of Heaven: Hymns of Charles Albert Tindley". I found this a while ago, and just ran across it the other day. Oh, why does is have to be $50? :(

    Charles Spurgeon quote. Working on living this daily.

    The Old hymns & their history ~ my heroes are the people that allowed the Holy Spirit to inspire them to write words & tunes of adoration to the LORD God Almighty!

    Keep calm and sing on mountains! - #SoundOfMusic

    Just give me the strength To do everyday what I have to do. Yesterday's gone sweet Jesus And tomorrow may never be mine. Lord help me today, show me the way One day at a time. -One Day At a Time by Charles De Forest

    The old piano. There was one of these in the parlor of the homestead from the time I was old enough to remember until it was sold in 1979. The house had been build in 1915 and I bet the piano had been put there as soon as the house was built.

    Mahalia Jackson... the queen of gospel music!

    "How Firm A Foundation"

    Rock of Ages - Feathers and Faith

    Sonday - {When the Saints Go Marching In}

    life is a song, love is the music

    Did Christ o’er sinners weep, And shall our cheeks be dry? Let floods of penitential grief Burst forth from every eye. The Son of God in tears The wondering angels see: Be thou astonished, O my soul; He shed those tears for thee. He wept that we might weep; Each sin demands a tear; In Heaven alone no sin is found, And there’s no weeping there. Words: Ben­ja­min Bed­dome, 1787 Music: Rhodes, Charles W. Jor­dan

    Need this! I love this song

    My Faith Looks Up to Thee

    #music #quotes

    keep calm because #music is #life #inspiration via Jennifer Rios Music, fun, and inspiration at

    What a Friend We Have #faith

    Joyce Bryant aka"The Black Marilyn Monroe" aka “The Bronze Blonde Bombshell" Photo by Carl van Vechten, 1953.

    Digital Download Hymn Page - IT IS WELL by KnickofTime

    "A Quartette of Dusky Beauties" London,1903. "Rhoda King, Jessie Ellis, Birdie Williams, and Gigas performed in "In Dahomey," the first all black musical comedy, which came to the Shaftesbury Theatre from New York with a cast of over 100. It was a huge success, and its Cakewalk, and Buck and Wing dances became crazes in the UK.