Singing all the time

My heart is singing all the time

Author: D. R. Van Sickle
Tune: [My heart is singing all the time]
Published in 5 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 My heart is singing all the time,
I cannot fear, I cannot doubt,
For Jesus is a Friend of mine,
And fills my life within, without;
Oh, how happy are the moments as I call upon His name,
And how blessed are the promises which in His book I claim.
My heart is singing, singing all the time,
For Jesus is a Friend of mine.

Chorus:
My heart is singing, singing all the time,
Is singing all the time;
My faith in Him is staid,
And, because I’m not afraid,
My heart is singing, singing all the time.

2 My heart is singing all the time,
Let come what may, ‘tis but His will,
For Jesus is a Friend of mine,
And cares for me through good or ill;
Oh, how sweet it is to trust Him—just to lean upon His arm,
For He’s patient, loving, tender, and will shield me from all harm.
My heart is singing, singing all the time,
For Jesus is a Friend of mine. [Chorus]

3 My heart is singing all the time,
Tho' struggling here, my home’s above,
For Jesus is a Friend of mine,
And all is giv’n to Him I love;
Oh, this world is dark and gloomy in the light of Calvary,
And its joys have lost their sweetness since the light shone into me.
My heart is singing, singing all the time,
For Jesus is a Friend of mine. [Chorus]

Source: Victory Songs: For the Church, Sunday School and Evangelistic Services. #138

Author: D. R. Van Sickle

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Text Information

First Line: My heart is singing all the time
Title: Singing all the time
Author: D. R. Van Sickle
Refrain First Line: Jesus is a friend of mine
Copyright: Public Domain

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Great Revival Hymns #140

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Great Revival Hymns No. 2 #139

Songs for Men #12

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Victory Songs #138

World Wide Revival Songs for the Church, Sunday School and Evangelistic Meetings #d149

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