It had been so long since I heard this song that at first I told Eldest Daughter that I didn't know it. How could I have forgotten?
Steve Green praises the name of Jesus:
It led me to reflect on the phenomenon of hand-raising. In the churches in which I was raised, hand-raising was a no-no. Way too Pentecostal. (Though it has Scriptural warrant in 2 Timothy 2:8.) The hand-lifting you see in the Gaither band reunion represents what I might call the evangelical compromise. Nobody gets up and starts dancing around. It's not a "me" thing, but it is a way of using one's posture and body to express praise to God. The nearest Anglican or traditional Catholic equivalent, I suppose, is kneeling. But that is different, too. Just interesting to reflect on.
Next, a beloved oldie, with a group put together by Gaither only at the reunion:
I hear some guy named Elvis also covered this one once...