Saturday, September 13, 2008

"There Is A Redeemer"



Years ago I heard this song while traveling in the car. I was very touched by how beautiful it was. I love Keith Green's music. I did not realize his wife, Melody, wrote this song. Some of you may not know that Keith was killed in a plane crash in 1982.





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15 comments:

Cristine said...

Beautiful song. I love this one. Thanks for sharing.

Blessings!

Cristine

Lynette said...

Amen! I love this song too! Blessings to you!

hip chick said...

I have never heard this song before. It is beautiful.

Adrienne said...

Another favorite of mine. Thanks for sharing it today. ~Adrienne~

Amy Wyatt said...

I didn't realize his wife wrote this song. The words are beautiful.

Debra said...

This is just lovely. Thank you so much for sharing it with us!

Blessings to you today!

Smilingsal said...

Thank you.

Melissa said...

Beautiful! Just Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

Molly said...

Thank you, Cathy. This was a favorite of mine when I was a new believer; I had forgotten about it. It's so simple and so beautiful. God bless you!
Molly

Cheryl said...

Love this song! Great choice.

Thanks for sharing!

Have a great day!
Cheryl

Stephanie said...

I have never heard of him, but he had a great voice.

Joyfulsister said...

Hi Cathy,
I remember him, beautiful song. Thanks for sharing this today. I was just enjoying the rain today, it's been so hot here lately and the rain is such a refreshing change.

Hugz Lorie

Nancy said...

Oh yes that is a beautiful song.. I didn't know who wrote it till now. Thanks

Sweetie said...

What a beautiful song. I really think that I needed to hear the words to the song today.
Blessings,
Sweetie

lady jane said...

Beautiful, Cathy. Thank you. You know Keith is probably my favorite Christian artist. :o)

One of the (many) things I love(d) about Keith Green's music and ministry is that every song points directly to Christ the Lord rather than namby pamby mediocre 'me' music offering up slight consideration to a 'higher source' as many of the past and current artists did/do. Another thing I appreciated about Keith is that he didn't grow rich - he put all $ earned from his music ministry back into the ministry and caring/discipling followers of Christ.