The Gaither Homecoming people sing a lot of my favorite gospel songs, so I would like to share some of them with you. If you don’t get to going to church, maybe some of these songs will bless you big time!
This song was written by the late Dottie Rambo, so that is why the singer comes to her.
Johan Terblanche from South Africa mentioned this song on Facebook, which led me to do this section.
Such a nice song.
The words of this song are very good.
The Boss is in control!
The best family in the world.
I knew a guy once who was a living version of this song.
The camera zooms in on the writer of this song.
The gospel songs are generally very happy songs that lift up your spirit.
11. He set me free
It is so good to be free. You can be free from all your sins. Just repent and receive Jesus as your Saviour. It is that easy! There is no excuse for going to hell.
When I was a teenager, my parents had a record of the Keller-York Quartet singing this song.
I had a record of Pat Boone singing this song.
This is one of my favorite gospel songs, but I sing it a bit faster than the Gaither Homecoming people.
I heard some men sing this one in church when I was little. It brings back wonderful memories.
This song became so personal for me when we had some meetings in Cape Town. Table mountain dominates the landscape.
I first heard this song on a Jimmy Swaggart record. This is one of my favorite gospel songs when I “play” the piano, but the Gaither Homecoming people sing some different verses.
18. The Lighthouse
We heard Phil Enloe sing this song in George Scott’s church in Johannesburg back in the 70’s.
I think I first heard this one on a record by Betty Jean Robinson.
This song always reminds me of meetings in Cape Town. At Ron West’s church this was the favorite song that they sang at every meeting.
21. Fill my cup Lord
I sang at a meeting once where David Du Plessis was the speaker, and he said he thought I was going to sing this song.
22. Through it all
I first heard this song in Fort Victoria. John Hitchcock had a ecord of Dr. Andre Pelser singing it. It was a big blessing. This is one of my wife’s favorite gospel songs. They honor the writer of the song here: Andre Crouch.
Rachel Willemse always used to sing this song in Alberton.
24. Born again
I had a record of Pat Boone singing a song with the same title, but it was a completely different song.
I loved singing this song back in the mid 70’s. We had it on a record by the Singing Rambos.
I have been wanting to find this song. “Thank you” to the Gaither Homecoming group for singing it.
We heard this song in South Carolina when we were first in America. It is such a blessing, and a reminder to be thankful.
These folks harmonize so nicely.
I love the banjo playing.
31.Yes I know
36. Look for me
This is Tanya Goodman Sykes singing. Apparently her dad wrote the song.
I also have a gospel website, if you would like to check it out: countrygospelandbible.com