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His Eye is on the Sparrow

~ brought to you by Amy of Signs, Miracles and Wonders ~

Here's Big Mama's take on a great gospel hymn. If you've seen them around, I'd love to know what you think. If you haven't, I hope you enjoy listening to them. (They just blew me away) Have a great Saturday, everyone!


Peggy said…
Blessings Hazel...This is one of my very favorites and although I've never heard these women...I loved it!

I use to hearing BeBe Winans or Sandi Patti sing this. Each one of these has such a beautiful voice & expression! We need to pray for the one who posted the YouTube though but I'm glad that this song meant something! May His Eye be upon you & yours Sweet sparrow & sing away! How it builds & gives us such a Peace & Comfort in Our Father!

I agree with you about the beginning & ending of mine! It's always touching to see God's spirit move in the people as they join in worship with a great singer like Janet! Thanks for your sweet visit!

Thank you for sharing & may you have a blessed weekend & enJOY TSMSS!
Hazel said…
Hello Peggy, yeah I also noticed the person who posted this video. I like to think the song somehow made a crack on or better, gotten into his (or her) anti-christian claim.
Anya said…
Good morning
I just wake up and now I am listening to wonderful music :)))
Lovely music....
Have a nice weekend !!
Unknown said…
This was simply beautiful. I can feel their love through their voice, just beautiful!
Debra Kaye said…

Nice to meet you! This is a great song and it is done so well here! Thank you for sharing it with us today!

Blessings to you!
Lisa notes... said…
Wow--they have beautiful voices! Thanks for sharing it. Quite inspirational.
Cathy said…
Very pretty, I had not seen them before. Thanks for sharing this.
Anonymous said…
Thanks for sharing this. I haven't heard this before but it was wonderful :) Aloha
Wow! What a beautiful song! Thanks for sharing. This is a great hymn. It was nice to "meet" you. Hope you have a great week!

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