Country Gospel Songs by Patsy Cline

Unfortunately, I couldn’t find many country gospel songs by Patsy Cline, but I feel I must post them anyway, and I hope they will bless you as they have blessed me.

1. Just a closer walk with Thee – with Willie Nelson

It seems like this is a new recording with their voices blended together like it was done with Jim Reeves.

2. Life is like a mountain railroad – with Willie Nelson

This is also a very nice recording of the two of them singing together with nice railroad pictures.

3. Dear God

Here is Patsy Cline singing a heart searching song that I think most people can relate to.

4. If I could see the world (through the eyes of a child)

Yes, I think the world would be a better place if we all acted like children!

5. Life is like a mountain railroad

This is Patsy Cline singing alone, with nice Railroad pictures.

6. Just a closer walk with Thee – a country gospel song by Patsy Cline

Here she is singing alone again.

7. Life’s railway to heaven

Singing alone with different photos.

 

Letter of Jude – Bible comics – Christian comics

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I apologize for using a painting of Elvis depicting Jude, but that is the best painting I have of a man. I did it back in the sixties. I also apologize for taking off verse seven, but I discovered that I could go to prison for a couple of years if I leave it in. Feel free to check it in the Bible for yourself. In case you wonder what translation I am using, I thought I would explain. I have had many “Christians” hate me on account of various Bible translations that I have had, so I decided to do my own translation. I look at many different translations, then I do my best to explain it in my own type of English. It also saves trouble with copyright. I hope you like my version – I do. God bless y’all. Don Foster.