Gospel Songs by Virginia Lee

When I was growing up in Rhodesia, I heard Virginia Lee a few times on the radio. So I would like to feature some of her gospel songs here.

1. Jesus send a song

2. Royal telephone

This was a like a hit gospel song when I was young.

3. Beyond the sunset

4. Each step of the way – Virginia Lee Gospel Song

5. Invisible hands

6. Let me be worthy

This song is running through my mind again. I must have heard it years ago, but I didn’t realize it was from Virginia Lee.

7. Across the bridge

8. Old rugged cross

9. Why me Lord

I first heard this song by Kris Kristofferson. I think it is one of the few gospel songs that he has written.

10. Amazing grace

11. Saggies an teer

This is an old gospel song called “Softly and tenderly” in English. Here Virginia Lee sings it in her mother tongue.

12. In die verre land

This song seems to be the Afrikaans version of Across the bridge. I hope Virginia Lee made it safely across. Jesus said: “I am the way, the truth, and the life, no man cometh unto the Father but by me.

Country Gospel Songs by Slim Whitman

When I was a little boy, someone had a record of Slim Whitman singing country gospel songs, and I loved it. Some of those songs are featured here, and I hope they are a blessing to you.

1. Sunrise

Slim Whitman has come to the end of the way, and I trust he has made it safely into the arms of Jesus. I think these country gospel songs are a tribute to his faith in Christ.

2. Who at my door is standing – a Country Gospel Song by Slim Whitman

In Revelation 3,20, Jesus is knocking at your heart’s door.

3. He

4. Beyond the sunset

5. What’s this world coming to

6. Today is mine

As you listen to these beautiful country gospel songs by Slim Whitman, are you saved? When your life is over, will you go to be with the Lord? If not, get on your knees and ask Jesus to be your Savior.

7. I’ll never pass this way again

8. Under his wings

9. How great thou art

10. It is no secret

11. I’ll fly away

12. God be with you

13. Whispering hope

14. A satisfied mind

15. Each step I take

Today these words were running through my head: “I know that He will guide me.”

16. He reached down his hand

17. Suppertime

18. I’m a pilgrim

When I was young, this was my favorite country gospel song by Slim Whitman.

19. Walk with God

20. I’ll walk with God

The same song with different pictures.

21. What kind of God do you think that you are

I think these are the kind of questions a person asks when they lose a loved one.

22. Die son skyn weer more

‘Sunrise tomorrow’ in Afrikaans.

23. Fluist’rende hoop

‘Whispering hope’ in Afrikaans.

24. I’m a Pilgrim – a different video

A nice video.

25. Let’s go to church (next Sunday morning)

26. Just a closer walk with Thee

27. Face to face

28. Canaan’s land

29. Lord, help me be as Thou

30. Great judgment morning

31. Precious memories

32. What a friend we have in Jesus

33. There’s a goldmine in the sky

34. God be with you – a different video

35. It is no secret what God can do – a different video

Written by Stuart Hamblen.

36. He keeps me singing

 

Country Gospel Songs

Country Gospel Songs are my favorite type of music, so I am sharing some songs with you that I enjoy, and hope you enjoy them too. God bless America, and the rest of the world.

1. The Old Country Church – The Browns

2. They tore the old country church down – Victor’s Quartet

3. Me and Jesus – Tom T. Hall

4. The baptism of Jesse Taylor – Tanya Tucker – Country Gospel song

Someone came onto my website looking for “Who wrote the baptism of Jesse Taylor.”  I believe it was Johnny Russell.

5. I want to stroll over heaven with you

6. I saw the light – Bill Anderson

7. Just a closer walk with thee – Patsy Cline

8. They tore the old country church down – Jake Hess and The Imperials

9. Little old country church house – Stanley Brothers

10. Where the soul never dies – Jim and Jesse

11. Father on – Alaska String Band

12. Lily of the valley – Jesse Lee Campbell

13. The Family Bible – George Jones

14. I’m using my Bible for a road map  –  Sunnyside Bluegrass Gospel

15. Turn your radio on – Down Under Bluegrass Band

16. In the sweet bye and bye – Ben Hester

17. When we all get to heaven – Bill Jolliff Band

18. Higher ground – The Purple Hulls

19. Bluegrass Gospel Medley – The Isaacs

20. Satisfied – The Kingsmen “live”

21. What a day that will be – Southern Raised

22. A friend in high places – Joyce Igo

23. It’s all about Him – Alan Jackson

24. Suppertime – Jimmie Davis

25. God walks these hills with me – Porter Wagoner

26. Lord build me just a cabin – Hebron Boys

27. Mansion over the hilltop – Dailey and Vincent

28. I’ll never be lonely again – Carol and Jimmy Snow

29. Wait a little longer please Jesus – Daniel.O’Donnell

30. I once knew a preacher man – Don Foster

I wrote a few hundred songs when I was young. This is one of them, based on a true story.

31. Thank you Lord for your blessings on me – Tom and Debbie Trammel

On our first visit to America, we heard a lady sing this song in church, and it found a place in my heart.

32. What would you do (if Jesus came to your house) – Porter Wagoner

33. Please don’t send me to Africa – Scott Wesley

This is a very funny song. Well done Scott.

34. Be careful of stones that you throw – Hank Williams

35. The farmer and the Lord – Jimmy Dean

36. The outlaws prayer – Johnny paycheck

Johnny gets kicked out of church for his long hair, then he remembers seeing a picture of Jesus with long hair.

37. Kneel and let the lord take your load – Marty Robbins

38. The baptism of Jesse Taylor – Donna Fargo

I have this one earlier, but here it is again by Donna Fargo. I first heard this song back in 1976, when we were visiting in Virginia, USA. I heard this it on somebody’s car radio, and loved it. Back in South Africa, I found it in a record store in Hillbrow, sung by Connie Smith, so I bought it, and sang it. It means a lot to me. I have met some people in South Africa who were like Jesse Taylor, and whose lives have been changed by faith in Jesus.

39. Why me Lord – Kris Kristofferson

Back in the 70′s I sang at a high school in Roodepoort, and a schoolboy lent me this record, which I sang quite often.

40. The Fourth Man – Johnny Cash

I had a record of Johnny Cash singing this song. In Germiston we had a big yard at one house where we stayed, and we used to make a fire in the garden, and sit around it singing. I often used to start with this song as we sat staring at the fire.

41. The Old Account – The Peasall Sisters

I used to sing this song a lot when I was young.

42. Wouldn’t take nothing for my journey now – The Happy Goodmans

I heard this song back in the 60′s by Jimmy Swaggart, and am so pleased to find it here by The Happy Goodmans.

43. Come and dine – Ashlee Blankenship & Blades of Blue

44. I was born to serve the Lord – Becky Thornton and the Alder Creek Bluegrass Band

45. I`m a poor rich man – The Gospel Plowboys

46. Jesus got a hold of my life – John McKay

47. The world didn’t give it to me – Tammy Faye

48. Each step I take – Victor’s Quartet

49. Why me Lord – told and sung by Kris Kristofferson

It is very interesting to hear the story behind the song.

50. The hem of His garment – Cowboy Copas

I heard this song on a record at Pastor Ogden’s house in 1966 when I was doing military training in Gwelo, and it is so nice to find it again on the YouTube. May God bless these people who are loading up these wonderful songs.

51. He knows just what I need – Booth brothers

52. Soon and very soon – Praise Him

53. Put your hand in the hand – Praise Him

54. Shouting time in heaven “live” – Gaither Homecoming – The Hoppers

55. Little boy from the carpenter shop – Bonnie (Edwards) Wallace

I have sung this song many times. It has a very powerful message. I first heard it on a record by Andre Pelser, when I had meetings with John Hitchcock in Fort Victoria (Rhodesia).

56. Jesus said it – Sign R.A.C.

I think this is to do with sign language, but it reminds me of a dancing church we had meetings with when we first visited America.

57. Excuses – Kingsmen “live”

He cannot remember all the words.

58. Excuses – Kingsmen

This version has the full words of the song.

59. I love you Jesus – Wanda Jackson