Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Word Filled Wednesday

Psalm 136:2, 7
O give thanks unto the God of gods: for his mercy endureth for ever. . . .To him that made great lights: for his mercy endureth for ever.

This is a song I wrote about God's mercy. Click here for the music.

Lord, You Are Merciful

Lord, you are merciful, Oh Lord, God, so merciful.
You are filled with tender love and compassion.
Father of mercies, great is your faithfulness,
Great is your lovingkindness unto us.
You are so good and your mercy endures
Forever and ever, and ever Amen.
Lord, you are merciful, Lord, so gracious.
Your love endures forever more.

Text and Music Cathy L. Simpson
© 1995 by Cathy L. Simpson "Wordsong Collection"

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Joan said...

Beautful picture and verse. Happy WFW!

Mary Moss said...

Wonderful song, Kathy! Beautiful post and scripture. Thanks for sharing your WFW today.

Debbie said...

Thank you for the Word and for the beautiful words you wrote for that melody. Cathy, the Lord has given you a precious gift.


Denise said...

I really enjoy the Psalms.

Andrea said...


Lauren said...

beautiful Cathy -- thank you for sharing this!! Your WFW and your song are such a comfort to me today! :)

lori said...

What a beautiful image and SONG! You are gifted and it's wonderful to know that you use those gifts for God's glory....bless you!


From the Heart said...

A great verse and a beautiful song.
Thanks for sharing,

Cherdecor said...

I listened to the song you wrote about the mercy of God. Have you been writing music for a long time? How many songs have you written? Have you had any published. You really should you know.

Cathy said...

Thanks, everybody ~

Cherdecor ~ I believe I started writing in 1992 or so. I have probably written 40-50 songs. And I have many started many that are not completed. I am a member of ASCAP now, and have my own publishing company, CL Simpson Music. Now I just need to have something professionally recorded. I have applied to ITunes. Thank you ~

Theresa's Notes said...

Just letting you know I'm blogging again.

Thank you, Theresa

P.S my blog is no longer private

Kaye Swain said...

Hi to a fellow grandmother! I enjoyed visiting your sight, your lovely photos and your sweet music. Thank you. :)

hip chick said...

I Love that line His mercy endureth forever.

Amydeanne said...

amen! now I'm humming the tune to this verse I know ! lol

Karen said...

This was all very beautiful...and the others are right...you have a gift....

Special K said...

Indeed thankful for HIS mercy...new and fresh every morning!

Thank you for such a beautiful WFW!

God bless!

Peggy said...

Blessings Cathy...How wonderful is His mercy! I love the message and truths in your beautiful words of your song. So thankful that His love endures forever & His mercies are new every morning. Indeed Our Lord is so merciful! Beautiful scene you captured to express this Psalm. Thank you for sharing!

[I have to visit you through IE not my regular because of that warning so I almost forgot...sorry I'm so late :( not feeling well.

MyJourneyBack said...

Oh this was beautiful. I love the photo and your song is great.
Thanks for sharing this.
May your Thursday Be Blessed with song.

LivingforGod said...

Beautiful WFW and song! I'm still in awe of God's love, grace, and mercy. And forever grateful.

Pia said...

what a beautiful verse. his mercy truly endures forever. thank God!

God bless.

Jennifer said...

Beautiful WFW post! Great picture for that verse! ♥

Jean Stockdale said...

Great post.

Thanks for stopping by and commenting on our little grandson playing in the goldfish pond. Oh how we all need to lay down beside still waters and let the Lord minister peace to our soul!!


SmilingSally said...

Good job, Cathy!

daylily777 said...

Beautiful Pic & verse . Your song is wonderful, You are so talented.

LisaShaw said...

Oh Cathy, I'm so glad to see and read this tonight. Absolutely beautiful!

Aww, the WORD, the WORD, the WORD always so refreshing.

Love you.

Anonymous said...

Great verses and song!