Sunday, July 12, 2015

"This is my Father's World"

So many of my readers mentioned here, and on Facebook, that they had never heard this song.  I chose to use a video from Vimeo because one of my very favorite readers doesn't like the whole Google thing, and Youtube is a part of Google.  However, the only thing I can do is share the link.  There's no way of embedding a video from Vimeo that I can see.  

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8 comments:

Diane@Diane's Place said...

I learned the song 35 years ago when I was the song leader for our Vacation Bible School. When I was still song leader for our church we sang it fairly often, but it's been several years now since we sang it. Different song leaders know and have a fondness for different songs, so it's interesting how songs fall in and out of favor in the rotation at church depending on who's leading the music.

Donna said...

As I stated in the previous entry, I learned this in a one-room school when I was five or six years old. I'm pretty sure I got goose-bumps when I heard it and sang it, because this was the first song in my life, I believe, that I totally related to. This was the God I knew! The song made me feel safe.

TARYTERRE said...

Never heard it before. Thanks for link.

Paula said...

I grew up in the Methodist church with this song.

Jon said...

This is one that I've never heard of. Very warm, loving, and rather sad.

Barbara In Caneyhead said...

It does have a very comforting, peaceful melody. A song anyone who grew up in the country could easily identify with.

Sister--Three said...

I love "all is well with my soul" ...do you like it, Donna?

Sister--Three said...

Brain fog..
it is well with my soul..