The other day I noticed someone looking at the country gospel songs by Stuart Hamblen, and I felt like doing an update on this site. I hope the songs are a blessing to you. They are to me.
This is for the people who take Christ’s name in vain.
Stuart Hamblen touches my heart on this country gospel song – I too could be a tramp on the street, but for the grace of God.
Each drop of Jesus’ blood bought me a million years!
12. His hands
13. How big is God?
15. I believe
19. In the garden
21. Is He satisfied?
22. It is no secret
I read somewhere that Stuart Hamblen got enough money from the copyright of this song to buy himself a house. Praise the Lord.
27. My brother
28. My Father
I heard this song on a Pat Boone record back in the 70’s and it has been a great blessing to me.
32. Pappy’s old banjo – the same song as the earlier one but with a different title.
At times of great trouble this country gospel song has encouraged me so much.
43. This book
44. This old house
Stuart Hamblen has written many wonderful gospel songs. In the 60’s a friend had this LP record. Back in the 70’s I had a record of Jimmy Dean singing this song, and he said that Stuart Hamblen and a buddy got caught in a blizzard, and looking for a place of shelter came across an old prospector’s shack. He told his buddy that there was a dead man in the shack, because there was a dog on the porch, and no smoke coming out the chimney. When they went inside they found it so. So they started a fire, and by the light of the fireplace he wrote this song on an old cracker box.
47. Until then
52. Whom God hath joined together, let no man put asunder. I can’t find this song on the YouTube, but I have been singing it since the 60’s.
Written and sung by Stuart Hamblen – with an extra verse