Saturday, May 2, 2009

Sunday's Song- Jesus Is All The World To Me

Jesus Is All The World To Me


1. Jesus is all the world to me,
my life, my joy, my all;
he is my strength from day to day,
without him I would fall.
When I am sad, to him I go,
no other one can cheer me so;
when I am sad, he makes me glad,
he's my friend.

2. Jesus is all the world to me,
my friend in trials sore;
I go to him for blessings, and
he gives them o'er and o'er.
He sends the sunshine and the rain,
he sends the harvest's golden grain;
sunshine and rain, harvest of grain,
he's my friend.

3. Jesus is all the world to me,
and true to him I'll be;
O how could I this friend deny,
when he's so true to me?
Following him I know I'm right,
he watches o'er me day and night;
following him by day and night,
he's my friend.

4. Jesus is all the world to me,
I want no better friend;
I trust him now, I'll trust him when
life's fleeting days shall end.
Beautiful life with such a friend,
beautiful life that has no end;
eternal life, eternal joy,
he's my friend.

7 comments:

Terry said...

AMEN SISTER !
Jesus is all The World To me !
Thank you for sharing this special
hymn today .
Nancy You are a blessing .
A ray of heavenly Sunshine .
May The Lord work in those awesome quiet( behind the scene) kind of ways in your life today to answer your innermost private prayers that only you and He share.

"Just Me - NC Beth" said...

I love that song!!! And we all need to take it to heart...."Jesus is ALL the world to me"..amen?!

~Beth

Mildred said...

Nancy, I haven't thought of this song in years but I still remember the tune. Thank you for sharing; the older I get the more meaningful the words are. God bless you and your family today.

MommaB said...

love it and so true

Kathleen from Eggs In My Pocket said...

Just love this. Nancy, on your potato post, I have heard of folks laying hay over them and keeping it moist. The best thing to do is look on the good ole internet and tally up the best results. I hope you have a wonderful harvest. blessings,Kathleen

Dani said...

I love this hymn..but forgot the melody....sigh......we are growing potatoes too but yours are further along....

Michele said...

Nancy,
I love the hymns you post many are the ones I grew up with and I don't hear them enough in church these days!