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I've Decided to Make Jesus My Choice

Author: Harrison Johnson Hymnal: Lead Me, Guide Me (2nd ed.) #626 (2012) Hymnal Title: Lead Me, Guide Me (2nd ed.) First Line: Some folk would rather have houses and land Lyrics: 1 Some folk would rather have houses and land. Some folk choose silver and gold. These things they treasure and forget about their souls; I’ve decided to make Jesus my choice. Refrain: The road is rough; the going gets tough, and the hills are hard to climb. I’ve started out a long time ago, there’s no doubt in my mind; I’ve decided to make Jesus my choice. 2 These clothes may be ragged that I’m wearing. Heavy is the load that I’m bearing. These old burdens that I’m carrying I’ve decided to make Jesus my choice. [Refrain] Topics: Christian Initiation Sacraments; Baptism Sacraments; Burdens; Commitment; Discipleship; Jesus Christ; Life in Christ, Christian Life; Poverty Scripture: Matthew 6:21 Tune Title: [Some folk would rather have houses and land]
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I've Decided to Make Jesus My Choice

Author: Harris Johnson Hymnal: Lift Every Voice and Sing II #68 (1993) Hymnal Title: Lift Every Voice and Sing II First Line: Some folk would rather have houses and land Lyrics: 1 Some folk would rather have houses and land. Some folk choose silver and gold. These things they treasure and forget about their soul; Refrain: I’ve decided to make Jesus my choice. The road is rough, the going gets tough, and the hills are hard to climb, I’ve started out a long time ago, there’s no doubt in my mind; I’ve decided to make Jesus my choice. 2 These clothes may be ragged that I’m wearing. Heavy is the load that I’m bearing These old burdens that I’m carrying [Refrain] Topics: Jesus Christ our Lord Languages: English Tune Title: [Some folk would rather have houses and land]
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I've Decided to Make Jesus My Choice

Author: Harrison Johnson Hymnal: One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism #437 (2018) Hymnal Title: One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism First Line: Some folk would rather have houses and land Refrain First Line: The road is rough; the going gets tough Lyrics: 1 Some folk would rather have houses and land. Some folk choose silver and gold. These things they treasure and forget about their souls; I’ve decided to make Jesus my choice. Refrain: The road is rough; the going gets tough, and the hills are hard to climb. I’ve started out a long time ago, there’s no doubt in my mind; I’ve decided to make Jesus my choice. 2 These clothes may be ragged that I’m wearing. Heavy is the load that I’m bearing. These old burdens that I’m carrying I’ve decided to make Jesus my choice. [Refrain] Topics: Burdens; Discipleship Scripture: Matthew 6:21 Languages: English Tune Title: [Some folk would rather have houses and land]
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Some Folk Would Rather Have Houses (I've Decided to Make Jesus My Choice)

Author: Harris Johnson Hymnal: This Far By Faith #236 (1999) Hymnal Title: This Far By Faith First Line: Some folk would rather have houses and land Refrain First Line: The road is rough; the going gets tough Lyrics: 1 Some folk would rather have houses and land. Some folk choose silver and gold. These things they treasure and forget about their souls; I’ve decided to make Jesus my choice. Refrain: The road is rough; the going gets tough, and the hills are hard to climb. I’ve started out a long time ago, there’s no doubt in my mind; I’ve decided to make Jesus my choice. 2 These clothes may be ragged that I’m wearing. Heavy is the load that I’m bearing, these old burdens that I’m carrying. I’ve decided to make Jesus my choice. [Refrain] Topics: Stewardship, Commitment; Invitation to Discipleship; Lent; Reconciliation; Reformation; Witness Scripture: Joshua 24:15-24 Languages: English Tune Title: [Some folk would rather have houses and land]
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I've Decided to Make Jesus My Choice

Author: Harrison Johnson Hymnal: Total Praise #393 (2011) Hymnal Title: Total Praise First Line: Some folk would rather have houses and land Refrain First Line: The road is rough: the going gets tough Lyrics: 1 Some folk would rather have houses and land. Some folk choose silver and gold. These things they treasure and forget about their souls; I’ve decided to make Jesus my choice. Refrain: The road is rough; the going gets tough, and the hills are hard to climb. I’ve started out a long time ago, there’s no doubt in my mind; I’ve decided to make Jesus my choice 2 These clothes may be ragged that I’m wearing. Heavy is the load that I’m bearing. These old burdens that I’m carrying I’ve decided to make Jesus my choice. [Refrain] Topics: Commitment and Submission; Discipleship; Fellowship with God; New Birth Scripture: Matthew 6:21 Languages: English Tune Title: [Some folk would rather have houses and land]
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I've Decided to Make Jesus My Choice

Author: Harrison Johnson Hymnal: Yes, Lord! #329 (1982) Hymnal Title: Yes, Lord! First Line: Some folk would rather have houses and land Refrain First Line: The road is rough; the going gets tough Lyrics: 1 Some folk would rather have houses and land. Some folk choose silver and gold. These things they treasure and forget about their souls; I’ve decided to make Jesus my choice. Refrain: The road is rough; the going gets tough, and the hills are hard to climb. I’ve started out a long time ago, there’s no doubt in my mind; I’ve decided to make Jesus my choice. 2 These clothes may be ragged that I’m wearing. Heavy is the load that I’m bearing; These old burdens that I’m carrying I’ve decided to make Jesus my choice. [Refrain] Topics: Choir Selections; Commitment and Submission Languages: English Tune Title: [Some folk would rather have houses and land]

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