Baylor University Poage Library


Concordant Sunday School Class

First Baptist Church, Austin, Texas

April 28, 2002

Our class is rich with gifts and giving.One of the greatest gifts is the gospel music we sing each Sunday morning.We have had many composers who put pen to musical staff and lyricists who fit the gospel to those tunes.B.B. McKinney, Fannie Crosby, our own Joe Martin and many, many others should be thanked for their inspired work. Let us bow now to remember their lyrics as they still Tell the Old, Old Story.

What a Friend we have in Jesus. O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing My Great Redeemer's Praise. I am Thine, O Lord. My Hope is Built on Nothing Less Than Jesus' Blood and Righteousness.

Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah to Have Faith in God. Let us Praise Him, Praise Him The Lily of the Valley, and give us Blessed Assurance that Bye and Bye, When the Morning Comes, we can say we have done Our Best to Rescue the Perishing.

Let Others See Jesus in Us, oh Lord, and Send a Great Revival. Let us always Serve the Lord with Gladness and always think of Others.

Speak to our Hearts now, Lord Jesus. Bless our class, each member and keep us Close to Thee.

Amen


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