KNOXVILLE, Tenn. Have you wondered about some of those classic hymns you still sing in church and how they might be used in our professions?
For instance, "Crown Him with many Crowns", could be titled the dentist's hymn.
"There Shall be Showers of Blessings", could be retitled the David Aldrich weatherman's hymn.
The classic, "The Church's One Foundation", could be retitled, the contractors hymn. .
The tailor's hymn?, that would be "Holy, Holy, Holy".
"Standing on the Promises" could be renamed, the politicians hymn.
"I Surrender All", well that could be renamed, the IRS agent's hymn.
"The Sweet Bye and Bye", is the shopper's hymn.
The realtor's hymn, "I've Got a Mansion Just Over the Hilltop".
The doctors hymn?, that's "The Great Physician".
And if you heading down the highway, there are others to think about.
Going 45 mph?, try "God Will Take Care of You".
At 65- It's "Nearer My God to Thee" ,
At 85 mph, "This World is Not My Home".
At 95, "Lord, I'm Coming Home".
And, if you happen to hit 100 miles an hour, its "Precious Memories".