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Posted:  24 Oct 2006 03:18
I am looking for lyrics to two songs any help will be much appreciated.. the first one is God is good all the time. I think this is the title of it. Bill Gaither sings it and the other one is title: From cradle to cross to crown and I think Sharon Graeff sings it...      thanks and God Bless!   
                        SHERRY
Posted:  24 Oct 2006 07:07
This is from a Google search which I copy/pasted.
Gaither Vocal Band - God Is Good All The Time Lyrics

God Is Good All The Time

{Chorus} God is good, yes He is. He's good all the time. God is good, you know He is. He's good all the time. You can search the whole world over, No greater friend you'll find. He's not good just once in awhile; He's good all the time.
{Repeat Chorus}

Now we've all had friends who've let us down. You know what I'm talking about; At the very first sign of trouble, they're nowhere to be found. Well, Jesus stays when others go; He'll never leave your side, He's your friend in stormy weather 'cause He's good all the time.

{Repeat Chorus}

Well, He's the one you call in the middle of the night when your body moans with pain. Don't worry about that wayward child, 'cause He heard you call his name. He'll put food in your kitchen when you don't have a dime. He's not good just now and then, He's good all the time.

{Repeat Chorus 2 Times}

{Tag} You can search the whole world over, no greater friend you'll find. He's not good just once in awhile, He's good all the time.
God Is Good All The Time -

Words and music by Tina Sadler.

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Posted:  12 Oct 2007 16:21
This might be the song you want. It's called "From the Manger To The Cross"


              From The Manger To The Cross


    C                                             F                           C     
The story’s in the Bible, it’s a message sad but true.
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The life our Saviour lived on earth is told.
  C                                               F                             C
Found upon the page’s of the Master’s book of truth
                           G7                     C
Every word so precious to my soul.

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From the manger to the Cross, Rugged Cross of Calvary.
          G7                                                       C
The road that Jesus walked for you and me all alone.
F                                                   C
By the world forsaken, still he shed his blood for me.
                  G7                                                                            C   
From the manager to the Cross, the Rugged Cross of Calvary.

Amidst the stranger’s cattle where the birth of Jesus came
The lonely manger kept Him from the cold.
And there was the beginning of the journey Jesus made.
Today it is the greatest story told.

Chorus…

Many wonders were revealed, while here on earth He dwelled.
He healed the sick, and made the blind to see.
Five thousand were the numbers of the hungry who did feast.
He blessed and multiplied the bread and meat.

Chorus…

No earthly treasures did He own, He sought no wealth or fame.
Weary was the path he had to trod.
Here He suffered many things for this world knew Him not.
He died upon the Cross, the Son of God.

Chorus…
Posted:  20 Nov 2008 03:57
i  love  this  song!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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