Let’s Sing: Hark the Herald Angels Sing

Today we continue our Advent/Christmas series titled “Let’s Sing.” This is our 17th song of the series. For easy reference to the remainder of the series, please see the index, “Let’s Sing” at http://revbroyles.me/2020/12/06/lets-sing/. This beloved hymn falls into the category of “You learn something new everyday!” I can’t speak for you dear reader, butContinue reading “Let’s Sing: Hark the Herald Angels Sing”

Let’s Sing: Angels We Have Heard on High

Today we continue our Advent/Christmas series titled “Let’s Sing.” This is our 16th song of the series. For easy reference to the remainder of the series, please see the index, “Let’s Sing” at http://revbroyles.me/2020/12/06/lets-sing/. There is a legend that goes with “Angels We Have Heard on High.” It would seem that, as the legend goes,Continue reading “Let’s Sing: Angels We Have Heard on High”

Let’s Sing: Away in a Manger

Today we continue our Advent/Christmas series titled “Let’s Sing.” This is our 14th song of the series. For easy reference to the remainder of the series, please see the index, “Let’s Sing” at http://revbroyles.me/2020/12/06/lets-sing/. There is controversy surrounding the authorship of this beloved carol. In the end, the words are from an anonymous source. SomeContinue reading “Let’s Sing: Away in a Manger”

O Little Town of Bethlehem

It has been said, the two most important days in a persons life is the day they are born and the day they learn why.

Let’s Sing: Good Christian Friends Rejoice

A.K.A. Good Christian Men Rejoice Today we continue our Advent/Christmas series titled “Let’s Sing.” This is our 11th song of the series. For easy reference to the remainder of the series, please see the index, “Let’s Sing” at http://revbroyles.me/2020/12/06/lets-sing/. I knew it would come, I just didn’t know which Carol was first. This old carolContinue reading “Let’s Sing: Good Christian Friends Rejoice”

Let’s Sing: In the Bleak Midwinter

Today we continue our Advent/Christmas series titled “Let’s Sing.” This is our 10th song of the series. For easy reference to the remainder of the series, please see the index, “Let’s Sing” at http://revbroyles.me/2020/12/06/lets-sing/. 1. In the bleak mid-winter frosty wind made moan,Earth stood hard as iron, water like a stone;Snow had fallen, snow onContinue reading “Let’s Sing: In the Bleak Midwinter”

The Girl with Pretty Red Hair

To the extent I have them, I thought I would use Saturdays to post the song lyrics I write. I actually started last week with “Hello Little Girl” that I wrote for that sweet new granddaughter Cindy and I have. By the way, since I have added music to it, there have been some changesContinue reading “The Girl with Pretty Red Hair”

In God’s Shelter I Will Trust (Psalm 2)

Why do the nations rant?    Why do the peoples rave uselessly?2 The earth’s rulers take their stand;    the leaders scheme together    against the Lord and    against his anointed one.3         “Come!” they say.        “We will tear off their ropes        and throw off their chains!”4 The one who rules in heaven laughs;    my Lord makes fun of them.5 But then God speaks to them angrily;    then he terrifies themContinue reading “In God’s Shelter I Will Trust (Psalm 2)”

Prayers for a Precious Child of God

21 From there, Jesus went to the regions of Tyre and Sidon. 22 A Canaanite woman from those territories came out and shouted, “Show me mercy, Son of David. My daughter is suffering terribly from demon possession.” 23 But he didn’t respond to her at all. His disciples came and urged him, “Send her away; she keeps shoutingContinue reading “Prayers for a Precious Child of God”

Refuge in God, the Church (Psalm 2)

2 Why do the nations rant? Why do the peoples rave uselessly?2 The earth’s rulers take their stand; the leaders scheme together    against the Lord and against his anointed one.3         “Come!” they say. “We will tear off their ropes        and throw off their chains!”4 The one who rules in heaven laughs; my Lord makes fun of them.5 But then God speaks toContinue reading “Refuge in God, the Church (Psalm 2)”