Where do I begin To tell the story of how great a love can be The sweet love story that is older than the sea The simple truth about the love she brings to me Where do I start. With her first hello She gave new meaning to this empty world of mine There'd never be another love, another time She came into my life and made the living fine She fills my heart
I Love to Tell the Story" is a well-known hymn which was written as a poem by an English evangelist, Katherine Hankey. It was set to music by William G. Fischer. Hankey had a serious spell of sickness while on a mission in Africa. During her long days of convalescence, she wrote a long on the life of Jesus in 1866 in two parts. The first part was a poem of fifty stanzas, titled "The Story Wanted" (dated January 29, 1866) and second part titled "The Story Told" (dated November 18, 1866).
Ray Conniff Love Theme From Love Story (Where Do I Begin). The Rippingtons feat. Russ Freeman Love Story. Hayley Westenra, Melanie Marshall, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra I Have a Love. Ivan Parker, Charlotte Ritchie Tell Me The Story Of Jesus/I Love To Tell The Story. Mark Lowry Softly And Tenderly. Mark Lowry Count Your Blessings. Andre Kostelanetz & His Orchestra Theme From Love Story.
Tell the Story (Ten Gospel Hymn Arrange. horal. I Love to Tell the Story. 1 I love to tell the story of unseen things above, of Jesus and his glory, of Jesus and his love. 66: 16, John 15:27 "I Love to Tell the Story" is one of two hymn texts derived from a long poem on the life of Christ written by A. (Annabelle) Catherine Hankey (b. Clapham, England, 1834; d. Westminster, London, England, 1911) in 1866. Hankey wrote the poem during a long period of convalescence following a serious illness. The first part of the poem, 'The Story Wanted," is the source of the children's gospel song "Tell Me the Old, Old Story," while the second part, "The Story Told," contains this text
Laurie Elmore Thompson - I Love to Tell the Story. Crossroads Performance Tracks - I Love To Tell The Story (Performance Track without Background Vocals in B). 2:46. Crossroads Performance Tracks - I Love To Tell The Story (Performance Track with Background Vocals in F). Carolina Boys Quartet - I Still Love To Tell The Story. Laurie Elmore Thompson - God's Command to Me.