Saturday, February 06, 2010

For My Grandpaw Ron And Mr. Jim



this passed week grandpaw ron sent me a message that his two precious grand girls had sung a song at church, especially for their dear paparon, who is also bernie's and my grandpaw!
here is the song!





Isaiah 46:4
"And even to your old age I am he; and even to hoar hairs will I carry you: I have made, and I will bear; even I will carry, and will deliver you."


and this one is for our dear friend mr. jim!



have a blessed lord's day grandpaw ron and taylor and britanni and mr. and mrs. jim....and everybody...love bernie and terry

6 comments:

grandpaw ron said...

Thanks Terry ,

This made my day and what good thoughts to sleep on tonight ! The girls are already in bed but before we go to church tomorrow I will play it for them ! May you and Bernie have a blessed Lords Day tomorrow !

Blessings
grandpaw ron.

Felisol said...

Wonderful songs and even better ; the story about grandpaw Ron and his girls.
From Felisol

Amrita said...

This was the first song I learnt in Sunday school and Be careful little eyes...

Hugs to Grandpaw an d all you friends.

PEA said...

Oh my, how I thoroughly enjoyed both those videos!! I had never heard those songs before but then I was raised speaking French so all the church songs were in French:-) I'm saving those two videos and will play them for my mom next time I see her, I know she will love them! xoxo

Jim said...

Thank you, Terry! This one is making my day too!
I wish God's blessings on your and Bernie and Grandpaw Ron. He is a great fellow.
..
BTW, I think you've been snooping. Everyone of those things in the second song happen to fit me. :)
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Terry said...

of course mr. jim!...everyone but the singing, which you have really been improving at and the one where the old guy goes to sleep instead of listening to the preaching,,,i don't think you would do that now, would you?...just imagine that the man who wrote "I have a mansion", would be the author of this song..
shows he had a sense of humour, eh mr. jim?