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    Empowered Thanks ~ ~ ~ Gene Gamble Jr - June 21, 2021

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    Amazing Grace ~ ~ ~ Gene Gamble Jr ~ Jun 18, 2021

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    How Great Thou Art ~ ~ ~ Gene Gamble Jr ~ June 23, 2021


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    Peace in the Valley ~ ~ ~ Gene Gamble Jr ~ June 23, 2021


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    In The Garden ~ ~ ~ Gene Gamble Jr ~ June 24, 2021

    In The Garden ~ ~ ~ Gene Gamble Jr
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    "In the Garden" (sometimes rendered by its first line "I Come to the Garden Alone" is a gospel song written by American songwriter C. Austin Miles (1868–1946), a former pharmacist who served as editor and manager at Hall-Mack publishers for 37 years. According to Miles' great-granddaughter, the song was written "in a cold, dreary and leaky basement in Pitman, New Jersey that didn't even have a window in it let alone a view of a garden." The song was first published in 1912 and popularized during the Billy Sunday evangelistic campaigns of the early twentieth century by two members of his staff, Homer Rodeheaver and Virginia Asher.

    Roy Rogers and Dale Evans recorded the song with vocal quartet and orchestra on March 3, 1950. Tennessee Ernie Ford performed the song on his 1956 platinum album Hymns. A June 18, 1958 recording by Perry Como was part of his album When You Come to the End of the Day. Rosemary Clooney included it on her 1959 MGM Records album Hymns from the Heart. It is also used in juxtaposition to "Blue Tail Fly" near the beginning of the Merchant Ivory film The Ballad of the Sad Cafe. The book of poetry Tea by D. A. Powell also refers to the song. Doris Day recorded the song on her 1962 album You'll Never Walk Alone. Elvis Presley recorded the song on his gospel album How Great Thou Art (1967). Willie Nelson recorded the song on his 1976 gospel album The Troublemaker.


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    I know That Christ Is Coming ~ ~ ~ Gene Gamble Jr ~ June 25, 2021
    Parody from Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues"
    Cover by Gene Gamble Jr ~ Singer/Songwriter 1989-2021
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    Why Me Lord ~ ~ ~ Gene Gamble Jr ~ June 26, 2021
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    "Why Me Lord " is an American country and gospel song written and recorded by American country music singer and songwriter Kris Kristofferson.

    Song for my birthday. 06/26/1960 Praise His Name another year, 61. His mercies are new every morning, great is His faithfulness.


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    The Potter's Clay ~ ~ ~ Gene Gamble Jr - June 28, 2028

    The Potters Clay

    C Am
    I'm not really here anymore
    C Am
    I've received God's mercy
    C Am
    I've held on to wisdom instead of being torn
    C Am
    I've been changed can't you see


    F G
    When I hear my old loves call'n my name
    F G
    I'm poured out like Wine and toast the Winds of change
    Am C Am C
    I can still see the sun I can still feel the breeze
    Am, C Am G
    Regrets I have none by His blood I've been set free


    C Am
    I drift into moments of grateful tears
    C Am
    I've forgave my enemies, forgot all my fears
    C Am
    I try not to look back, I stay surrendered everyday
    C Am
    The Spirit is willing and I'm the Potters clay


    F G
    When I hear my old loves call'n my name
    F G
    I'm poured out like Wine and toast the Winds of change

    ~Instrumental Break~

    C Am
    I'm not really here anymore
    C Am
    I've received God's mercy
    C Am
    I've held on to wisdom instead of being torn
    C Am
    I've been changed can't you see


    F G
    When I hear my old loves call'n my name

    F G
    I'm poured out like Wine and toast the Winds of change

    F G
    Yeah when I hear my old loves call'n my name

    F G
    I'm poured out like Wine and toast the Winds of change


    Am C Am C
    I can still see the sun I can still feel the breeze
    Am C Am G
    Regrets I have none His precious blood has set me free

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    Words & music by Gene Gamble Jr/Two-G's Music. Audio & video produced
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    The Old Rugged Cross ~ ~ ~ Gene Gamble Jr - Singer/Songwriter 1976-2021. Recorded in 2011 on SingSnap Gold Membership Studio Format. Audio & video produced by McCarty Ln Studio 2011/2021 in Rochester, Indiana.

    "The Old Rugged Cross" is a popular hymn written in 1912 by evangelist and song-leader George Bennard (1873–1958).

    George Bennard was a native of Youngstown, Ohio, but was reared in Iowa. After his conversion in a Salvation Army meeting, he and his wife became brigade leaders before leaving the organization for the Methodist Church. As a Methodist evangelist, Bennard wrote the first verse of "The Old Rugged Cross" in Albion, Michigan, in the fall of 1912 as a response to ridicule that he had received at a revival meeting. Bennard traveled with Ed E. Mieras from Chicago to Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin where they held evangelistic meetings at the Friends Church from December 29, 1912 to January 12, 1913.

    During the meetings Rev. George Bennard finished "The Old Rugged Cross" and on the last night of the meeting Bennard and Mieras performed it as a duet before a full house with Pearl Torstensen Berg, organist for the meeting, as accompanist. Charles H. Gabriel, a well-known gospel-song composer helped Bennard with the harmonies. The completed version was then performed on June 7, 1913, by a choir of five, accompanied by a guitar in Pokagon, Michigan, at the First Methodist Episcopal Church of Pokagon. Published in 1915, the song was popularized during Billy Sunday evangelistic campaigns by two members of his campaign staff, Homer Rodeheaver (who bought rights to the song for $50 or $500) and Virginia Asher, who were perhaps also the first to record it in 1921.

    The Old Rugged Cross uses a sentimental popular song form with a verse/chorus pattern in 6/8 time, and it speaks of the writer's adoration of Christ and His sacrifice at Calvary. Bennard retired to Reed City, Michigan, and the town maintains a museum dedicated to his life and ministry. A memorial has also been created in Youngstown at Lake Park Cemetery. A plaque commemorating the first performance of the song stands in front of the Friend's Church in Sturgeon Bay.


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    God's Gonna Cut You Down ~ ~ ~ Gene Gamble Jr ~ July 9, 2021
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    "God's Gonna Cut You Down" is a traditional American folk song. It was first recorded by Heavenly Gospel Singers in 1937, then Golden Gate Quartet in 1946 and first issued in 1947 by the Jubalaires. Since then, the track has been recorded in a variety of genres, including country, folk, alternative rock, electronic and black metal. The lyrics warn evildoers that they cannot avoid God's eventual judgment.

    Johnny Cash recorded a version of "God's Gonna Cut You Down" on American V: A Hundred Highways in 2003, with an arrangement quite different from most known gospel versions of the song. As of January 2016, this version of the song sold 672,000 copies in the United States.


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