Friday, April 18, 2008


As I was thinking of a song that I could share for this weeks THEN SINGS MY SOUL SATURDAY, my thoughts turned to a great old hymn. When I was much younger, I always listened to Jimmy Swaggart before heading off to church. One of the reasons I liked to tune in was to hear one of his singers, John Starnes. Nobody could sing a hymn like John.

A few years ago, John Starnes came and sang at our church. I was so excited to meet him in person and he so graciously autographed my cd. One of my favorite hymns he sings is "The Lighthouse". So many times, in my daily life, storms brew up and the winds of the world hit hard.


"When I 'm tossed about...

it sends out a light that I might see...

The light that shines in the darkness...

will safely lead us all...

If it wasn't for the lighthouse...

This ship would be no more!"

Facing a storm?
Isn't it refreshing to know we can run to the arms of Jesus.
He is our lighthouse!

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Have a blessed Saturday...

Love, Laurie


e-Mom said...

Nice to meet you! Thanks for sharing this worship song. It's wonderful to listen to such a variety of music.

e-Mom @ Chrysalis

Mocha with Linda said...

Wow - haven't heard this song in YEARS! Thanks for the memory and the great encouragement!

Stephanie (Ocean Mommy) said...

I don't think I've ever heard this before!

Thanks for sharing with us!


Susan said...

Hi Laurie,

So nice to meet you! I'm a former AG minister's wife!

I have 5 sons, and my baby will graduate in 08 like your Jordan. By the way I have a Jordan also.

Great song. I live here in BR, I pass Pastor Jimmy's school all the time.

Blessings to you!

Laura said...

Your post are always encouraging! I'm praying for you!
Take care and have a wonderful time of worship tomorrow!
Love, Laura

Angela @ Refresh My Soul Blog said...

Oh that was beautiful. I really like those lyrics. Our church uses a lighthouse to represent it.

I am lifting a prayer for you. Thanks for your sweet comments. I am lifting a prayer for you.
Much love,

Jeanette said...

Hi, Laurie! Thanks for the comment. I thought I'd return the visit. I look forward to checking in to your blog in the future!!
Blessings to ya! Jeanette

Cheri said...

I don't think I've heard that one before, but you gotta love some of these old hymns!