church August 17, 2018 NAME that SONG Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleTHEN YOU WILL CALL, AND THE LORD WILL ANSWER Next articleHOLY SPIRIT, PLEASE LEAD 24 Comments Reply August 17, 2018 Varnel Watson O happy day? Scotty Searan Terry Wiles Reply August 17, 2018 Louise Cummings Rescue the Perishing. -Louise Cummings. But if I could , l would. Reply August 17, 2018 Diana Kay Miller Sheek He Has Risen. Reply August 17, 2018 Terry Wiles Jingle Bells! Reply August 17, 2018 Louise Cummings That’s odd. That came to my mine to put that down. I thought no, I better not. That’s amazing that came across both our minds. Reply August 17, 2018 Varnel Watson Terry you are getting on level with grandma on this one 🙂 Reply August 17, 2018 Terry Wiles was requested by a family. They said it was their grand others favorite. The new minister agreed to sing all three verses at the request of the family. After the service the family was apologetically thanking him. They said in the middle of the song they remembered that Jingle bells was not the correct song. Instead it was “When they ring those golden bells.” ? Reply August 17, 2018 Louise Cummings There you go. You had to think hard to come up with that. Lol. I really thought of that. BYU you got yours straighten out. Have you ever heard the word sneaky. Lol. No that’s is worth the laugh. Reply August 17, 2018 Terry Wiles I’ll be home for Christmas? Reply August 17, 2018 Varnel Watson what if it is Christmas in July? Reply August 17, 2018 Terry Wiles Lol. How about “Fine time to leave me Lucile”? Reply August 17, 2018 Varnel Watson You have a strange red back hymnal Reply August 17, 2018 Terry Wiles How about “Highway to Hell”or “Another One Bites The Dust”? Reply August 17, 2018 Terry Wiles Reply August 17, 2018 Terry Wiles Light my Fire (at a cremation) or Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead. Ok. I’m done. Reply August 17, 2018 Louise Cummings Now you know if I’ve ever been good for anything. It catching bate. It’s me. Just throw your hook out and I’ll catch it. Lol. And my daughter watches Christmas in July. Reply August 17, 2018 Louise Cummings I’m sure not going to bite at that one. I don’t reckon I made the thing come on there. I can’t write on face book without those things coming up. I wish they would take them all off. Reply August 17, 2018 Scotty Searan Laugh at me if you must. But I was at a black friend’s funeral and OH HAPPY DAY was sung. This song was his signature song at the churches he would go to and sing. That funeral lasted 4 hours because when the choir broke loose and started singing that song, the Holy Ghost fell and they sang it for a hour. Howard Goodman of the Happy Goodman Family said they were requested to sing ‘WHEN THEY RING THE BELLS OF HEAVEN.” It is a song that gets up and goes. It isn’t the sad ‘WHEN THEY THOSE GOLDEN BELLS.” Reply August 18, 2018 Louise Cummings That’s has good words to it. I think it’s goo words. Reply November 6, 2019 William DeArteaga “Happy Days are Here Again” Reply November 6, 2019 RichardAnna Boyce any song that has the verse Romans 6:23 NKJV – For the wages of sin is death, is mentioned. Romans 6 is written to believers and i am amazed it is preached at a believer’s funeral. Death here is a temporary damaged relationship between a believer and God; not eternal death in hell. Reply November 7, 2019 John Duncan Highway to Hell, Running with the Devil, Dazed and Confused, Child of the Grave, Sold your Soul For Rock n Roll, … Reply November 7, 2019 Varnel Watson all quite the secular songs John Duncan Reply November 7, 2019 John Duncan Troy Day yea songs we should never listen to and are quite explicit as to what they are all about. These I use to demonstrate that secular rock n roll music is unashamedly promoting anti Christ beliefs, lifestyles and behaviors. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.