Music: Karaoke-“My Deliverer” (originally by Rich Mullins) by Crazy lil’ Sal

“My Deliverer” (originally by Rich Mullins) by Crazy lil’ Sal

Rich Mullins – My Deliverer Is Coming (Lyrics) – YouTube

Rich Mullins – My Deliverer Is Coming Lyrics songlyrics.com
Artist: Rich Mullins

“Joseph took his wife and her child and they went to Africa
To escape the rage of a deadly king
There along the banks of the Nile, Jesus listened to the song
That the captive children used to sing

They were singin’
“My deliverer is coming, my deliverer is standing by
My deliverer is coming, my deliverer is standing by”

Through a dry and thirsty land, water from the Kenyon heights
Pours itself out of Lake Sangra’s broken heart
There in the Sahara winds Jesus heard the whole world cry
For the healing that would flow from His own scars

The world was singing
“My deliverer is coming, my deliverer is standing by
My deliverer is coming, my deliverer is standing by”

He will never break His promise
He has written it upon the sky

My deliverer is coming, my deliverer is standing by
My deliverer is coming, my deliverer is standing by
My deliverer is coming, my deliverer is standing by

I will never doubt His promise
Though I doubt my heart, I doubt my eyes

My deliverer is coming, my deliverer is standing by
My deliverer is coming, my deliverer is standing by
My deliverer is coming, my deliverer is standing by

He will never break His promise
Though the stars should break faith with the sky

My deliverer is coming, my deliverer is standing by
My deliverer is coming, my deliverer is standing by
My deliverer is coming, my deliverer is standing by

My deliverer is coming, my deliverer is standing by
My deliverer is coming, my deliverer is standing by
My deliverer is coming, my deliverer is standing by

My deliverer is coming, my deliverer is standing by
My deliverer is coming”,

My Deliverer Instrumental

Tribute to Rich Mullins

Rich Mullins – Homeless Man (complete)

Rich Mullins From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
“..I would always be frustrated with all those relationships even when I was engaged. I had a ten-year thing with this girl and I would often wonder why, even in those most intimate moments of our relationship, I would still feel really lonely. And it was just a few years ago that I finally realized that friendship is not a remedy for loneliness. Loneliness is a part of our experience and if we are looking for relief from loneliness in friendship, we are only going to frustrate the friendship. Friendship, camaraderie, intimacy, all those things, and loneliness live together in the same experience.[21..”

Music

Rich Mullins – Other Side of the World – YouTube

Rich Mullins – I See You (official unreleased music video)

“.. This is a music video for the song “I See You” recorded by Rich Mullins for Compassion International. The video was shot on location in Tse Bonito, New Mexico where Rich was living and working with the Navajo nation.
..”

-Concerts

Rich Mullins – The Other Side Of The World (Live, 1992)

Rich Mullins: When Did You Become a Christian

Rich Mullins on Heart to Heart with Sheila Walsh, 1992 (Complete Interview)

Tribute

Rich Mullins Killed in Crash Rich Mullins Killed in Crash October 27, 1997 christianitytoday.com
“Contemporary Christian singer Rich Mullins, 41, was killed in a traffic accident September 19 near Lostant, Illinois, en route to a benefit concert in Wichita, Kansas, where he lived.

His Jeep went out of control on Interstate 39, and he was thrown out of the vehicle onto the pavement, then run over by a tractor-trailer truck. Mullins, whose “Awesome God” became an instant praise and worship standard in 1988, had recorded nine albums in the past 11 years.

Mullins, a native of Richmond, Indiana, wrote more than 90 songs, including number-one Christian chart hits such as “Hold Me Jesus,” “My One Thing,” and “While the Nations Rage.” He also composed “Sing Your Praise to the Lord,” recorded by Amy Grant.

In the past nine years, Mullins worked with Compassion International, concentrating in the last three years on teaching music to Native American students on a Navajo reservation…”

Eric Hauck (feat. David Mullins) – Madeline’s Song (A 20 Year Tribute to Rich Mullins)

*see Music: Karaoke-“Sometimes by Step” (originally by Rich Mullins) creativemusicartsy.wordpress.com

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