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~Sunday School Songs~

Do you remember going to Sunday School class?

Those songs??

"Father Abraham" and "Just like the Bible says"??? (To be specific)

Remember falling on the floor to "sit down" for the Father Abraham song!? Lol Crashing into the kid next to you!? Lol. We did that every morning and night for Sunday School (morning) and Kids Class (night). But I'm not exactly trying to retrieve memories of our favorite songs back in the day. Try to remember the words...

*shouts*
"Father Abraham and many sons, and many sons had Father Abraham. I am one of them and so are you, so let's just praise the Lord!...Right arm!..." :)

This song has a lot of meaning. We may have just been goofing off in Sunday School but I'm glad I was thinking about the words now and what we were saying. There are many sons and daughters who are chosen to walk with God and to do His works. "Let's just praise the Lord!"

Now, moving on to the next song! I was reminded of this song at youth prayer on Monday night. :) My uncle, the youth pastor, asked every one of us what our favorite song was and on the count of 3, we were going to all sing at once. Lol...let's just say it was pretty crazy/funny ;) Haha!...okay, anywayssss! I think we all know the verses but here they are...

*sings*
"I've got the Holy Ghost down in my soul! Just like the Bible says! Well, I've been to the water and I've been baptized! My soul is happy and I'm satisfied! I wouldn't take nothing for my journey now! Just like the Bible, just like the Bible, just like the Bible sayssss!!!"

Aren't you thankful for the Holy Ghost!!!! :D Lol I just had a shout down service in my head but I can't write it all on paper! Haha! PEAK was mixed in there, with all the "PRAISE HIM! PRAISE HIM!! PRAISE HIM!"

Just remember the words to those songs we sang back in the day :)

A little friendly reminder from Meggers<3

Comments

Kendra Thaler said…
Haha Father Abraham was a favorite of mine also!! :)

We are so blessed! Thanks for this post. The Sunday School memories made me smile! Even more so, their meanings! <3

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