Monday, August 29, 2011

A bit of nostalgia from Lutherwald

In the 1980's and early 90's all youth camps at Lutherwald were closed with the staff singing a special song to the campers at the their time of departure.  Somehow over the years that tradition was abandoned and words to the song were lost and forgotten.  Thanks to Chris Miller (past counselor from Lagrange, IN) the words were found and are printed below.

If anyone knows the author of this song or has a recording of the tune please let us know.

(verse 1)
My friends we'll think of you daily,
because we care and know it's true.
We've shared a lot together
and now it's rare that we'll see you.
But we want you to know that God loves you,
And we love you too,
And even if we're hardly ever near we'll be talking to him about you.
We'll be prayin for you every morning,
As we start our day with the Lord.
We'll be prayin that you're walking with Jesus
And abiding in his word
(verse 2)
You see, this Jesus of Nazareth,
means everything to us
He's taken our lives and He's freed our souls
And He's calmed those angry seas.
(verse 3)
We don't know when we'll see you again,
a month, a year, or maybe more.
But if your heart belongs to the Savior,
then we'll see you in the sky if not before.
Author Unknown

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