Archive for April 15th, 2011

Some expected to find Jesus in the tomb.





Where do YOU expect to find Him?

– eab, 4/15/11

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No man has power to “saint” another,

Be he current or ancient brother,

Clear thinking makes this perfectly clear.

Away from cultishness widely steer.

Sainthood relates to God – no other.

                – 4/15/11  

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“Called unto holiness,” church of our God,
Purchase of Jesus, redeemed by His blood;
Called from the world and its idols to flee,
Called from the bondage of sin to be free.


“Holiness unto the Lord” is our watchword and song.
“Holiness unto the Lord” as we’re marching along.
Sing it, shout it, loud and long,
“Holiness unto the Lord,” now and forever.

“Called unto holiness,” children of light,
Walking with Jesus in garments of white;
Raiment unsullied, nor tarnished with sin;
God’s Holy Spirit abiding within.

“Called unto holiness,” praise His dear Name!
This blessèd secret to faith now made plain:
Not our own righteousness, but Christ within,
Living, and reigning, and saving from sin.

“Called unto holiness,” bride of the Lamb,
Waiting the Bridegroom’s returning again!
Lift up your heads, for the day draweth near
When in His beauty the King shall appear.

Lelia Naylor Morris (Mrs. Charles Morris) was born this date, 4/15/1862 at Pennsville, Ohio.  She was a Methodist lady who produced some 1000 Hymns and/or Gospel Songs.  A few of her songs are: “Let Jesus Come Into Your Heart”  “’Tis Marvel”  “What If It Were Today?”  “Sweeter As the Years Go By” “The Fight Is On”  “Nearer, Still Nearer”  “Stranger of Galilee.”  She died7/23/1929 at Au­burn, New York.

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