O How I Love Jesus


Description #1: If you grew up in the church, you most likely learned this song. It was easy for the children, and once you learned it at an early age, it was forever in your mind and heart. It’s a song people love to sing and has that perfect lilt that looks great in the pews as you watch. Especially from stage.



Description #2:  I love to hear congregations sing this song. And when in concert, it was a special time when I transitioned into this number. People who may have been wandering mentally suddenly popped back into being present and the house was suddenly once again, all in one accord. I’d watch as each person sang the words and melodies from their hearts, some with eyes closed, and all swaying back and forth in the same rhythm. It was lovely to watch and amazing to experience. Nothing like a room that is in full unity. Rare these days. I treasure those memories and those audiences.



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