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This one makes me feel like I have an owner....
By skyteamst90
4/6/2007 11:26:12 PM
How Firm a Foundation : 3 — Fear not, I am with thee; oh, be not dismayed,
For I am thy God and will still give thee aid.
I'll strengthen thee, help thee, and cause thee to stand,
Upheld by my righteous, upheld by my righteous,
Upheld by my righteous, omnipotent hand.

That is a line from TOY STORY 2. I used to sing this one to myself when I was feeling down, i sang this verse. My lady friend who has touched me so, she has a beautiful singing voice, and she sung this for me, and also 'i stand all amazed', i can't help but think of her and my saviour when i hear these. maybe someday i will be able to sing this with her. she always wanted me to sing with her, but i was always shy...

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Me, Too!    
"They are among my favorites, too! This verse has helped me when I was down. It gave me peace and courage one time when I felt all alone and afraid, and has come to mind in other times of need.

I included the 7th verse of How Firm a Foundation in a blog a few days ago, and I could write about the 4th and 5th verses as well. The whole hymn has become so personal that it could have been written just for me.

I am grateful that the Lord gave us the power of music, especially the hymns."
posted at 20:46:24 on April 8, 2007 by J R


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